I went to CNN.com to check out some news on the Japanese disaster (BBC was loading too slowly for me) and, like an idiot, scrolled down to the comments section. What did I expect to find, hundreds of people calling for international relief and a moment of silence for the affected? No, as usual the religious crowd got there before I did, and made a mess of things. The first dozen posts were something vague about the end of the world, as if more disasters like Japan are something to look forward to. If your explanation for this disaster, or Haiti, or New Orleans is "God did it" then I must seriously question the decency of your faith in god. The flames weren't even out in Haiti before fundies were crying "pact with the devil." The response to disasters should be something like the urge to donate $50 to an international relief, or a sincere outpouring of love and concern for those affected. Faith twists all things; faith is the enemy.