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Three dimentional confirmation bias

Started this discussion. Last reply by matt.clerke Feb 4. 6 Replies

Read this from a friend on facebook today. I could predict the entire thing after reading the first paragraph.…Continue

The Good guy with a Gun is a myth.

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In response to the bubling…Continue

Je Suis Charlie

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This one is particularly painful…Continue

East German Shame

Started this discussion. Last reply by Davis Goodman Dec 20, 2014. 14 Replies

Religious idiots blindly follow…Continue

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Davis Goodman replied to D L's discussion 'Does God follow his WORD? Or is it --- do as I say and not as I do?'
"DL, Dr. Bob believes in a sort-of-Jesus that is based on his exploratory journey of reading the word of God which is written by unreliable humans, and then talking with people who consider themselves experts on the subject of what sort-of-jesus and…"
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Davis Goodman replied to D L's discussion 'Does God follow his WORD? Or is it --- do as I say and not as I do?'
"The Xarg-xarg's of the Gabublox nebulae are some of the best serious thinkers out there...even better than dolphins and chipmunks. If we invite them now to come to Earth and lead us...they should be here no later than 3026. The only thing we…"
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Davis Goodman replied to Peter's discussion 'It Seems Like Yahweh WANTS Sin To Occur'
"One of the problems with trying to envisage a created world with less suffering is that it can only be done if you can some how tweak the scale of suffering in a novel way. If you take away all horrendous painful suffering (like chronic back pain or…"
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Davis Goodman replied to Unseen's discussion 'An atheist has to be a moral/ethical relativist'
"+1 GM you would be a natural writer at rationalwiki with its SPOV."
yesterday
Davis Goodman replied to D L's discussion 'Does God follow his WORD? Or is it --- do as I say and not as I do?'
"...well the next religion is in aisle 2 you have the other Abrahamic religions with rather similar brands though some are really quite a lot more expensive than others. On aisle 3 you have Eastern psuedo religions though they usually don't come…"
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Davis Goodman replied to D L's discussion 'Does God follow his WORD? Or is it --- do as I say and not as I do?'
"He most certainly has done the opposite of what he has commanded of humans a whole bunch of times very much. For example he murdered every single human and animal less 2 (2-8) per species at one go (and on many other occasions entire cities and…"
yesterday
Davis Goodman replied to Unseen's discussion 'An atheist has to be a moral/ethical relativist'
"I didn't say that the "moral judgement" is itself objective. They can be objectively analysed. First, different moral systems define "moral statement" and "moral judgement" differently or may use only one of these…"
Tuesday
Davis Goodman replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School March 1st 2015' in the group Sunday School
"All my Puny Sorrows. On my tablet. Looking forward to reading it. Thanks Reg!"
Tuesday
Davis Goodman replied to Unseen's discussion 'So you know'
"I'm sure everything will go swimmingly! Good luck and see you soon."
Monday
Davis Goodman replied to Unseen's discussion 'An atheist has to be a moral/ethical relativist'
"Not really Simon, sorry.  In the deontological system (indicative of Fillipa Foot's theoretical imperatives) ... Philosophical statements are subjective but the judgement are objective. There are ethical systems which claim to be…"
Monday
Davis Goodman replied to Unseen's discussion 'An atheist has to be a moral/ethical relativist'
"Does valuing life = maximizing the amount of humans who live conscious lives as soon as possible?"
Sunday
Davis Goodman replied to Unseen's discussion 'An atheist has to be a moral/ethical relativist'
"Unseen we (I can be sure about GM, myself, Simon, Mai and probably everyone else though I'm not positive) are talking about rational ethical systems...not religious based dogma. Who here would ever take sacred-text-based morality seriously or…"
Sunday
Davis Goodman replied to Unseen's discussion 'An atheist has to be a moral/ethical relativist'
"The ethics of pragmatists and "virtue ethics" is one branch of ethics. There are many others. I admire some arguments for it but I don't agree entirely with the approach. In any case, you cannot answer the question "are ethics…"
Sunday
Davis Goodman replied to Unseen's discussion 'An atheist has to be a moral/ethical relativist'
"+1"
Saturday
Davis Goodman and Mai are now friends
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Davis Goodman replied to Gallup's Mirror's discussion 'Remembering Leonard Nimoy ('Mr. Spock' on Star Trek)'
"Favorite moment would be where he discovers his protégé has decieved him and he slaps the phaser away...followed quickly by a forced mind meld in the film Star Trek V: Undiscovered country. "
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I especially like the non-religion/atheism conversations (humanistic debates) and seeing members slowly come out of the atheist closet.
Why you left your religion.
Because I simply don't have the time to waste.
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Solar system at the speed of light

Posted on February 10, 2015 at 9:39am 5 Comments

This has done an amazing job as best as anything can at giving us an idea of the emptiness of the solarsystem (universe).

What was new to me was seeing how quickly the terrestrial planets pass by.

Who didn't see this coming? :(

Posted on January 21, 2015 at 2:22pm 21 Comments

Why there are laws that protect spiritual and religious morons from abusing their children and letting them die...is beyond me. Canada and other Nordic countries and their false-liberalism often leaves me aghast.…

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Violence and monotheism

Posted on January 14, 2015 at 8:07pm 14 Comments

I don't agree with everything in this article but it's an interesting read.

http://www.skeptic.com/eskeptic/15-01-14/#feature…

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The sounds of sodomy

Posted on January 8, 2015 at 9:25am 5 Comments

I thought Reg would get a kick out of this:

The best way to get Children from becoming gay or supporting gay marriage is to play sounds of sodomy in their baby crib!…

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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)

LOL

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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