Hi Everybody,

I was thinking about the muslim and christian pilgramage locations and then google reminded me it's Copernicus' birthday, and thought about, how important the removal of a earth centric model to a reality meant to humanity. so I thought wouldn't it be a good vacation to go to lots of great philosophers and/or scientists historic sites? Like Copernicus' house where he mathmatically proved his theories or Keplers for that matter. I know a lot more important atheist philosphies were born in other places which would be good to go to as well. Where would you all want to go, or have gone, as if they would be hollowed ground to visit?

I would love to visit places like Greek philosophers homes, or even more modern places like Einstiens or Jung's old homes. I don't think it matters if they were "god fearing" or wise closet atheist:) Just someone or some event that was actually progressive to human thought or well being. As an atheist we have way more pilgramage sites to choose.

Mat

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