News from the cosmos. Information and news streams about the very huge to the very small. Astronomy, physics, astrophysics, astrochemistry, space, time, and all the strange cosmic phenomena we are constantly discovering.
The purpose of this group is to discuss morality from all points of view: biological, evolutionary, philosophical. Specific moral questions are also encouraged: if you have a moral question for us atheists, feel free to post it here.See More
For all of you who love astrophysicist Dr. Tyson. I, personally, think that Neil's talks are like stand-up comedy. Only better. He is the Carl Sagan of our generation. A true pioneer of science.See More
This is a group dedicated to positive news around the globe. If you have good news to share, please do. Hopefully, we can all be encouraged in these trying times! *and no, Jesus is NOT the "good news" I'm referring to.See More
Celebrating and remembering the life of Christopher Hitchens on the date of his birth, April 13th. Let's lift a glass of Johnnie Walker Black, with a splash of Perrier, to the Bard of Atheism. If you smoke, a standard cigarette will do but a fine Cuban Cigar would be a tribute.See More
Group Type: Irreverent Comedy!Welcome to the Church of The FSM, Oh ye loyal Pastafarians! May his noodly appendage be gracious upon thee! As for you heathen non-believers in his holy spaghettiness... boil in spaghetti sauce for eternity!!See More
This is Sam. He loves the outdoors such as mountains, lakes, rivers, and alpine peaks that take more than just walking to get to. There's also other stuff he likes but you''re going to have to get to know him. Especially since he typed this himself in third person and it is hard to convey a lot of information this way.
Why are you here?
To stay in the growing pool of non-believing thinkers while I step out of the spot lights for a while.
The religion you left
Why you left your religion.
When it came to Mormonism I never believed it. Even when I was baptized I think that's where the true realization to me occurred that I had no faith in this religion or any others. After that it became a roller coaster of trying to believe the lies, finding out about more lies, lying to my parents about believing the lies, and lying to a lot of other people while I was trying to overtly denounce the lies. Over all, I got sick of all the lying and have ended up the person I am today. I'm glad to be free of all that guilt and fear that Mormonism showed me, and that I can live life while trying to uncover the truth in the real world.
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