Radu Andreiu
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Geeky T-Shirts

Started this discussion. Last reply by Morgan Matthew Feb 16, 2011. 6 Replies

I've had some ideas about some very geeky t-shirts, so I went to a site where you can design your own shirts and made some. What do you think?…Continue

Tags: shirt, funny, t-shirt

How important is a consensus in science?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Pope Beanie Feb 7, 2011. 35 Replies

So, how much does a consensus in science matter when it comes to believing something that goes against it.a) For other scientists (in fields relevant to the issue)?b) For non-scientists? My answers…Continue

Tags: consensus, science

Could Circular Reasoning Explain Our Existence?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Fred Werther Sep 12, 2010. 5 Replies

It's probably just a crazy thought, but could circular reasoning be reasonable when it comes to existence? I'm going to expand on that, but not before acknowledging that some problems with this…Continue

Tags: universe, nature, existence

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Pope Beanie replied to Radu Andreiu's discussion 'House M.D. mind-reading technology' in the group Atheists who love Science!
"They've been able for a while now to detect by brain scan if someone recognizes a picture of something, e.g. the picture of a crime scene being shown to a suspect. Here's a book that gets into the technology and ethics of using it in…"
Dec 3, 2013
Radu Andreiu is now friends with Kini Voorhies, Carl Hancock, Tatyana Harris and 5
Sep 6, 2011
Radu Andreiu commented on Kirsten's blog post 'Do we fear determinism for the same reason we fear atheism?'
"Wonderful post, Kirsten. I agree with almost everything you say, but, and it seems there's always a "but", I don't feel small or intimidated at all by the fact that I'm merely an equation. That's because being an…"
Jun 13, 2011
Radu Andreiu replied to Scarlette Blues's discussion 'How would I.D be taught in schools?'
"If ever Intelligent Design is introduced in American schools, I suggest all rational people chip in and build a huge ark so you can get the hell out of there."
Jun 12, 2011
Radu Andreiu commented on Morgan Matthew's video
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James Spader explains Scientology in an episode of Boston Legal

"The lines I love most in this scene are: Witness: "And Christians believe Jesus will come back. Are they all nuts?" Shore: "Most." I keep laughing at that moment, no matter how many times I review the scene."
Jun 11, 2011
Radu Andreiu commented on Morgan Matthew's video
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James Spader explains Scientology in an episode of Boston Legal

"Whenever I begin to lose faith in television, this is the show I turn to in order to remember that it's possible to see TV shows that are actually good. God bless Boston Legal because Xenu sure as hell won't, considering this episode! :)"
Jun 11, 2011
Radu Andreiu replied to ☼ Doctor Reality ☼'s discussion 'Freewill and Atheism'
"Oh, we can do some things that we want to do, but why do we want to do them? Can we decide what we'll want before actually wanting it? What would this decision be based on, if not yet another desire? Anyway, thinking about this issue in terms…"
Jun 11, 2011
Radu Andreiu replied to ☼ Doctor Reality ☼'s discussion 'Freewill and Atheism'
"I heard that the free will particle is the decidetron and it's the only particle which can choose how to act and thus influence other particles by interacting with them anyway it wants. I bet our brains are filled with this kind of particles…"
Jun 11, 2011
Radu Andreiu replied to ☼ Doctor Reality ☼'s discussion 'Freewill and Atheism'
"The Universe has a state which represents the exact arrangement of its constituents (whatever these may be). This state + randomness completely determines the immediately next state the Universe will have. To say anything else would be mathematical…"
Jun 10, 2011
Radu Andreiu replied to Deborah Moreno's discussion 'Why do so many atheists choose not to vote?'
"In my country I haven't cast a vote yet, neither for the local elections nor for the national ones. That's because I really can't see any significant difference between candidates so I could vote for "the lesser of two…"
Jun 9, 2011
Radu Andreiu commented on Sarah's blog post '10 Telltale Signs That You Are an Atheist. From Conservapedia.'
"At least I learned something from this article. Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia, is an atheist, which is awesome considering I always thought the guy who created Wikipedia did something beautifully useful and meaningful.  …"
Jun 8, 2011
Radu Andreiu replied to Alexander Vranas's discussion 'Is Google censoring their autocomplete to avoid offending the religious?'
"   I don't know if Google is censoring stuff, but this is too funny, especially the part about Christians being atheists too. :))   Plus, the first suggested link is awesome too."
Jun 4, 2011
Radu Andreiu commented on Kai's blog post 'A culture of laziness'
"Come on, the Science of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (SCAM, for short) is totally legit."
Mar 24, 2011
Radu Andreiu commented on Morgan Matthew's blog post 'Were the Egyptian Pyramids Ever Underwater?'
"Oh damn it! Why couldn't I have been born in ancient Egypt and witness the creation of the world? That must have been really awesome."
Mar 24, 2011
Radu Andreiu and delapruch are now friends
Mar 22, 2011
Radu Andreiu commented on Loop Johnny's blog post 'Grandma is affraid of the end of the world'
"OK, here comes Technical Grinch to steal Christmas. :P I just want to point out that you made some mistakes in your calculations. The (average) diameter of the Earth is  12,735 km (7,913.1 miles), while the diameter of the Moon is 3,475 km…"
Mar 18, 2011

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Atheist
Age
19-24
The religion you left
Christian
Why you left your religion.
Because it was the most reasonable thing to do.
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Evangelical Scientists Refute Gravity With New 'Intelligent Falling' Theory

Posted on November 24, 2010 at 10:59am 14 Comments

KANSAS CITY, KS—As the debate over the teaching of evolution in public schools continues, a new controversy over the science curriculum arose Monday in this embattled Midwestern state. Scientists from the Evangelical Center For Faith-Based Reasoning are now asserting that the long-held "theory of gravity" is flawed, and they have responded to it with a new theory of Intelligent Falling.





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Relativity too?!

Posted on May 16, 2010 at 5:01am 28 Comments

What is wrong with these people? Is it just the idea that science is making them reconsider their cozy little bubble they've created and which they call Universe? Do these people have an agenda to discredit science in every way possible, or is it just the infatuation to prove the smartest people on Earth that they're plain wrong? I just don't get it.



I've found this site, called RelativityChallenge.com, which tries to…

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Romania - a Secular Country?

Posted on March 17, 2010 at 9:00am 5 Comments

I live in Romania, Europe and I continue to be amazed by the irrationality that seems to govern this country. The Romanian Constitution stipulates that Romania is a secular state, but it certainly doesn't act as it should.



Let's start with the religion that is being taught in schools. No, not private, faith schools, but public schools. Romania, a secular state, preaches students religion, not for one or two years, but for... twelve. I said "preaches" and not "teaches",…

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Embracing the power of nature

Posted on March 13, 2010 at 12:00pm 0 Comments

I became an agnostic atheist when I embraced the power of reason and, more important, the power of nature in its astonishing complexity. If there is something I really believe in, it's that the world is too mysterious and complex for a mind as primitive as our own to fully understand. No supernatural explanation can ever be as beautiful and refreshing as the natural one.



Frater Ravus once said: "Faith does not give you the answers; it just stops you asking the questions.".… Continue

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At 10:33am on December 23, 2010, Gaytor said…
Radu, I took down that blog on the Sea Shepherd. I had it in ScribeFire and worked on it quite a while ago but never went forward with it and finished it. As soon as I logged in to ScribeFire it said that it posted but I didn't see where it had went or I would have deleted it right away. I just don't want to stir the pot that much right now. Thanks for a response though!
At 11:28am on November 9, 2010, Claudia Mercedes Mazzucco said…
It is okay. I was just teasing you. Read your Profile and thought it would be interesting to be friends.
At 10:03am on November 9, 2010, Claudia Mercedes Mazzucco said…
Hey Radu, you are online right now. Remember that you didn’t accept my invitation to be friends yet. I liked Jack Kevorkian’s quote.
 
 
 

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