Unseen replied to Robert Genisis's discussion 'middle east'
"+1 Few civilizations were more organized than the Romans. And Alexander the Great didn't take his troops as far as India through disorganization. The Greeks had a great civilization before Jesus…"
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Unseen replied to Ralph Burks's discussion 'Are atheist a part of the collective consciousness?'
"That sounds kind of woo-ey."
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When I was young, my dad assured me that "technology always creates more jobs than it costs," but this may not be the case. In fact, I'm becoming more and more certain it's not. One thing I'm sure of…See More
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Strega replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 29th 2016' in the group Sunday School
"Thanks, Reg!"
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Ralph Burks posted a discussion

Are atheist a part of the collective consciousness?

I believe our awareness and connection to all things,makes us a part of something greater than ourselves ,conscious.See More
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Sunday School May 29th 2016

There are now more atheists than Christians in Britain. The percentage of “…See More
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Belle Rose replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 29th 2016' in the group Sunday School
"Thank you for Sunday School Reg!!!!"
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_Robert_ replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 29th 2016' in the group Sunday School
"RE:This weeks’ Woo: Online conspiracy theories and the fight against the Zika virus. In further analysis, the researchers found 86 percent of Twitter users sharing pseudo-science tweeted about…"
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SteveInCO replied to Unseen's discussion 'Time for some grammar nazi fun. Things people say that bother you.'
"One I'm suddenly seeing a lot of: Writing "populous" when "populace" is meant."
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Reg The Fronkey Farmer replied to JadeBlackOlive's discussion 'Migration back to Africa took place during the Palaeolithic' in the group Atheists who love Science!
"I suspect (imo only) that migration back to Africa was partly influenced by the onset of the last ice-age."
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