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Walrus T replied to Andrew Brown's discussion 'All Morality is Relative' in the group Atheist Morality
"No.  I'm afraid you don't understand what Einstein discovered.  His work did not touch on anything even close to morality. The idea of relative morality is a trap.  It enables justification of almost anything by changing the…"
18 hours ago
Andrew Brown replied to David Boots's discussion 'Innoculation against stupidity is possible'
"Total agreement TJ. College only accelerated my learning because I had finally discovered how to investigate and how to learn instead of being on a steady diet of spoon fed ideas."
23 hours ago
Andrew Brown commented on Chelsea's group 'Quote of the Day'
"Not by accident does Genesis 3 make the father of knowledge a serpent- slimy, sneaking and abominable. H.L. Mencken"
Andrew Brown commented on Chelsea's group 'Quote of the Day'
"Not only can we be both well and good without God, we can be better. -Victor Stenger"
Mar 21
Andrew Brown commented on Dan Abshear's blog post 'How To Really Conquer Homelessness'
"It took me a minute to figure out what you mean by conquer homelessness. Yes, the willpower to change your experience is important in all cases, no matter how bad or good you are at this moment. Could you comment on the progress made in Salt Lake…"
Mar 9
Andrew Brown commented on Dan Abshear's blog post 'Living Life At Rock Bottom- A Homeless Veterans Story'
"Powerful story, brother. In America, we treat addiction as a crime instead of a disease. That is the reason for so many injustices including the "No Food Stamps for Ex Felons.""
Mar 9
Andrew Brown commented on Noon Alif's blog post 'Blasphemers are Terrorists'
"Thank you for being a representative when no one around you is interested. I feel your pain, brother. Keep on keepin' on. The scientific ideas are far superior to religious ideas. We won our battle in the west, of course the religion continues…"
Mar 9
Andrew Brown commented on Chelsea's group 'Quote of the Day'
"All religions are on a tottering foundation -Luther Burbank"
Mar 7
Andrew Brown commented on Kirk LeFou's photo

Punch This Cat

"You are correct, we must follow the natural path; we have no choice :)"
Mar 6
Andrew Brown replied to Belle Rose's discussion 'Take this quiz!!!'
"WTF? This quiz has so little to do with Christianity. I have no idea why these details are important to anything other than local traditions."
Mar 6
Andrew Brown commented on Kirk LeFou's photo

Punch This Cat

"Love the back and forth about free will. Totally agree. I came to appreciate Libertarianism when Penn Jilette made a great point, "I have raped and murdered every time I felt the urge. The total today is 0." Each of us has the choice to…"
Mar 6
Andrew Brown replied to Christiano Lucarelli's discussion 'I think this may prove Christianity right!'
Mar 3
Andrew Brown commented on Kirk LeFou's photo

Punch This Cat

"Because that would be cruel and the cat most likely does not want you to punch this cat in the face."
Mar 3
Simon Paynton replied to Andrew Brown's discussion 'All Morality is Relative' in the group Atheist Morality
"I think that empathy is necessary in accurately determining how somebody needs to be treated with respect to our actions.  This assumes that we want to treat them with the maximum benefit and minimum harm available to them.  Benefit and…"
Mar 2
Andrew Brown replied to Andrew Brown's discussion 'All Morality is Relative' in the group Atheist Morality
"I agree, Davis. But I can't define what others view as good/bad. Every individual must make these decisions themselves. The holy books which declare 'objective' morality rules are woefully poor guides, as we all mostly agree. Even…"
Mar 2
Andrew Brown replied to Andrew Brown's discussion 'All Morality is Relative' in the group Atheist Morality
"Robert, as I said, just living causes harm. Monks seal their lips to avoid speaking a single lie because it could cause harm. I have read Jains take grueling steps to make sure they do as little harm as possible. I can't define what you see as…"
Mar 2

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About Me:
I am as far beyond an atheist as an atheist is beyond a theist.
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In a Relationship
Why are you here?
I love proper, logical discussion. Atheists tend more towards to calm rational than many other groups.
The religion you left
Why you left your religion.
My father was a lapsed Catholic, my mother a relaxed Protestant. Very little church was forced upon my childhood, but there were definitely pressure applied. A few church picnics, outings, get-togethers, a bit of video games to keep me there...pretty minor compared to many others' gut wrenching stories.
As I gained an appreciation for science and engineering, I read outside of the school's box. Enough stories from other cultural religions and you figure out the Agnostic position; no one has the answer.
Less religious pressure during high school, had a few more conversations with my brilliant, sci-fi raised, science minded father, and I was achieved the Atheist perspective.
The first time I recognized Atheism was my freshman year at community college. A fellow student invited me to pray with his group. I instantly recognize him from the Varsity Volleyball team. I was on the JV team for one year and this guy was the star varsity player.
When I realized he didn't recognize me, I immediately declined. Well entrenched in the Atheist position at this point.
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American Politic

Posted on February 14, 2017 at 11:08am 2 Comments

Why is America in near constant war?

There is more than one reason.

We like to swagger. We like to sway. It lets us feel the clothes, lets us feel the groove, let us show off a bit. We know we can’t always swagger, but we do it where possible.

The government is run by humans and thus their personal bias bleeds into policy and it makes us sway. When we come to our senses and put in some…


The Problem of Language

Posted on February 12, 2017 at 10:55am 6 Comments

As humans, we are drawn together and then we notice we must be apart.

Language bridges the ideas stuck inside two minds. Communication is the difference between a human and society. We must have communication to have what we have. We must never forget the flaws inherent in attempting to communicate with another mind.

We feel communication is fairly simple as we do it on a near constant basis, everyday for multiple hours. It is easy and comes naturally. Remember that time you…


What is Strength?

Posted on February 11, 2017 at 12:13pm 4 Comments

Let me tell you a story.

A youth, full of exuberance and vitality, comes across a bully. The bully forces the youth into situations which cause anger and resentment.

The youth, unable to best the bully, recedes and contracts inward. Afraid of the bully, decisions are made, paths taken.

The youth reads and tries to understand the bully, but is unable. The youth knows the bully is strong and the youth is not. What does he do?

The youth witnesses Boxing. Two strong…


The Spiral Theory

Posted on February 11, 2017 at 5:10am 10 Comments

I need to show this to my atheist brothers before I start attempting this on theists.

Please berate me as much as possible. All I ask is you try to disprove my claim. I know the burden of proof is on the claimant, but as we understand logical absolutes, there is a point where only a disproof will do.

Existence is. The Statement.

It is 1. And it is not 1. At the same time. And 0 is the end?

Existence is. This is the logic chain.

First, the…


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At 10:41pm on January 30, 2017, Pope Beanie said…

Hey Andrew, welcome to Think Atheist!


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