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Christmas reading list

Started this discussion. Last reply by TJ Dec 25, 2015. 12 Replies

Here are the Christmas reading list recommendations for everyone at think atheist. For me...atheist driven literary fiction made a larger impact on me than non-fiction.…Continue

The War on Christmas

Started this discussion. Last reply by TJ Dec 19, 2015. 5 Replies

The War on Christmas...front row in the US and to a much lesser extent other English speaking countries (while mostly absent in…Continue

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Unseen and I have chatted with one another about having a poll-feature on thinkatheist (Unseen's idea actually). I think it's a…Continue

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Unseen commented on Davis Goodman's blog post 'Gravitational waves'
"Wikipedia list of major discoveries and advances in astronomy."
5 hours ago
SteveInCO commented on Davis Goodman's blog post 'Gravitational waves'
"@Unseen, yes, indeed.  Dark matter is genuinely a mystery at the moment, and hopefully some pieces of the puzzle will fall out as we build better and better detectors.  (Now that we're certain that there's a point to doing so!)"
8 hours ago
SteveInCO commented on Davis Goodman's blog post 'Gravitational waves'
"As cool as it is that someone can actually build an apparatus to measure this...I think, given that GR had passed all its other tests, it would have been bigger news if there had been something unexpected about this. Scientists have actually been…"
8 hours ago
Unseen commented on Davis Goodman's blog post 'Gravitational waves'
"We now have the possibility of gravity telescopy, which might allow us to "see" dark matter and energy: Gravitational telescopes could even allow us to study the gravitational waves left over from the Big Bang. This method of detection…"
15 hours ago
TJ commented on Davis Goodman's blog post 'Gravitational waves'
"I believe that this was the last testable prediction for General Relativity, so ALL of the predictions have been proven to be accurate, so, its a lock. Pretty heady stuff. :D"
yesterday
Davis Goodman commented on Davis Goodman's blog post 'Gravitational waves'
"Yes Pope! Awesome!!!"
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Pope Beanie commented on Davis Goodman's blog post 'Gravitational waves'
"I also wanted to blog this today, so I'll connect your post into mine (which will tie in other topics). I agree that it's scientifically historic. Here's a nice (if lengthy) summary that came out last year, before it became official: "
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Gravitational waves

This rather suggestive image to the right (rather like some of these paintings of flowers which remind the viewer of something) is actually an artistic…See More
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Davis Goodman replied to Stijn Bruers's discussion 'A quasi-objective morality without God: the anti-arbitrariness principle'
"Technicaly a scruple is when you take a moment to evaluate your intuitive/automatic answer to a moral/ethical problem (stop for a moment and consider the validity of your future action and/or other options). This relates to the phrase "he…"
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Davis Goodman replied to Stijn Bruers's discussion 'A quasi-objective morality without God: the anti-arbitrariness principle'
"You are both actually right when considering a rather narrow application of the terms (morals/ethics). For the most part though...morality and ethics are interchangable though when speaking of professional topics or specific ones almost always…"
yesterday
Davis Goodman replied to Stephen Brodie's discussion 'How Political Correctness Limits the Free Exchange of Ideas on Campus'
"What shocks me the most is...they are Anglo-Saxon countries who are dealing with identity-political-bullies and postmodernist apologists. It just doesn't add up. America, Canada and Australia have amongst the strongest free speech laws, yet…"
Monday
Davis Goodman replied to brant feivou's discussion 'Ezekiel 23:20 WTF! Is this not the greatest passage ever?'
"SeemsEgyptian men each had not one but two magical wands!"
Sunday
Davis Goodman commented on Belle Rose's blog post 'A strong pull...'
"One of the things I enjoyed most about life in Canada was the great sense of personal autonomy. You didn't have to do most things if you didn't want to...and the price for not doing some activity or not-agreeing with someone...was not at…"
Sunday
Davis Goodman replied to Joey Collins's discussion 'Understanding the definition of "sexual deviation"'
"Yes unseen...so many children enjoying their sweet cuddley pedophile-rapist and while they are fucked by someone against heir will. But then...lets not be so quick to judge rapists because some rape isnt culturally considered rape-rape and who are…"
Sunday
Davis Goodman replied to Joey Collins's discussion 'Understanding the definition of "sexual deviation"'
"Forbidden or taboo sexuality (homosexuality, sodomy, outlandish fetishes, extramarital sex, refusing sex from spouse) is accompanies by sexual violation in so many ways we should start a new thread on the topic. There's a weak correlation…"
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"Unseen...you analogy of judging people for x is like judging them for not knowing that the Earth went around the sun is a major category error. One didn't have the tools to find this out even if they wanted to.  Nothing stopped them…"
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I especially like the non-religion/atheism conversations (humanistic debates) and seeing members slowly come out of the atheist closet.
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Gravitational waves

Posted on February 11, 2016 at 11:30am 7 Comments

This rather suggestive image to the right (rather like some of these paintings of flowers which remind the viewer of something) is…

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The beauty of knowingly being deceived and allowing oneself to be tricked by illusions

Posted on December 7, 2015 at 8:26am 4 Comments

What happens when you put mirrors on a house in the dessert. As we understand more and more the human mind we have been able to both experience illusions but also understand them and enjoy them. In this way...we can manipulate illusions so that we participate in meta-illusion…

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Those receptive to bullshit may show lower cognitive abilities, be prone to conspiracies and religious bullshit and swallow alternative medicine.

Posted on December 5, 2015 at 9:30am 23 Comments

People are incredibly receptive to meaningless buzzwords, according to a new study in the journalJudgment and Decision Making. Yes, the vast majority of people are willing to believe complete bullshit, to use the scholarly term. (Title of the study: "On the reception and detection of pseudo-profound bullshit.")

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A point against and a point for humanity and Salt Lake City this week

Posted on November 25, 2015 at 8:00pm 2 Comments

The Mormon church recently formalized their homophobic hate by making gay hate a part of their policy. Children of gay parents (which the church hates) cannot be Mormons unless they also hate their parents and renounce them. If this isn't a case of inciting hatred...I don't know what is. Fortunately...some Mormons with a sense of humanity left the church in a …

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At 9:46am on November 28, 2014, Simon Mathews said…

A fancy dinner? Oh no, I only know how to do boring, functional dinners. :)

At 7:37pm on November 1, 2014, sami free said…

Hey Davis , tank s for the add

At 9:25pm on September 19, 2014, Unseen said…

Rather a nice interval, don't you think? (Lytton Strachey reference)

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Yes, it's taken too long.

At 2:33pm on July 23, 2014, Reg The Fronkey Farmer said…
Thanks for the add Davis.
At 4:00pm on April 23, 2014, Toby Briggs said…
Thanks for the add bro x
At 5:31pm on February 22, 2014, ɐuɐz ǝllǝıuɐp said…

Thanks :-)

At 7:35pm on February 16, 2014, Heather Spoonheim said…

Hey there, - thanks for the add!

 
 
 

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1400 years of human right violation

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Gravitational waves

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