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At 7:34am on August 20, 2010, Aimee Pace said…
Hey, that's fine. Thank you!
At 5:13am on May 8, 2010, wisp said…
Eee, you're an axolotl!
At 10:00pm on May 7, 2010, Shine said…
Haha, as both an English major and a perfectionist I am consequently also a chronic editor! I totally sympathize with you; feel free to amend anything that you feel warrants correction. I can't speak for the other mods, but I never mind re-approving an edited piece because I completely understand the desire to edit. :)
At 9:26pm on May 7, 2010, Shine said…
No need to apologize at all! I've seen people mention the problem with HTML and font color, but I'm pretty ignorant as to the exact mechanics of it so I just copied the blog to a comment so that people could read it. Personally, I can read the black font fine, but I know that some people cannot and I didn't want anyone to skip over your blog just because of that. :)
At 2:07am on April 28, 2010, Wesley gave Serotonin Wraith a gift
Gift
Because you are doing a fine job!
At 3:02am on September 17, 2009, Atheist Exile said…
You have some interesting comments about reality and consciousness at the link you provided.

My take is that evolution has provided us with the sensory apparatus and brains best suited to surviving, as humans, in a world "red in tooth and claw". Our perceptions had to be accurate enough to avoid danger and stay alive long enough to procreate.

Although it would obviously be beneficial to be God-like in our perceptions and be able to see at microscopic and telescopic scales and in all wavelengths -- those abilities aren't necessary to live here in middle Earth.

What is the "true" nature of reality? I'm not sure how much that matters. To me, the main point is that our perception of reality is accurate enough to allow investigation and discovery and lives full of awesome wonder.
At 12:16pm on August 8, 2009, darwinbaby said…
Hi!
New here. Was poking about & saw your picture. Love the axolotl! Cutest salamander ever!
At 9:36am on July 23, 2009, Dave G said…
Hey Ser,

I noticed your comment in the chat, but you'd left it already.

At least on my chat, there is an option for an audio 'beep' when the chat gets updated. Left side, right above the entry window, next to the smiley face should be a small speaker icon.
At 8:58pm on July 5, 2009, Bakari Chavanu said…
Thanks for commenting back about Atheism Advanced. I'm in the middle of chapter 4 and am reading it fairly slowly. So yeah, it would be great to dialogue with you about it. There's a lot of rich content in the book.
At 12:42am on July 1, 2009, Megan C. said…
Cool thank you, and thank you!
At 12:04am on June 23, 2009, Gaytor said…
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=npdISZUtdmU

New vid that is loud and shows what's going on there today. One protester looks like his is dead and the other is wounded. Chaos
At 11:42am on June 10, 2009, Atheist Ninja said…
I just thought I'd let you know I'm heading out for a bit, enjoying our little debate though, I'll get back to see if you've responded when I get a chance.
At 12:47am on May 12, 2009, Gaytor said…
Serotonin,
I read your comments about JW and Blood transfusions on my post a few days ago. Your point is taken, I'm just trying to wrap my head around it and learn. I don't know that I really could understand it because I was 5 or so when I rejected Christianity. It came before rejecting Santa.
So I have questions if you don't mind. Leviticus 17:14 says don't eat blood. Thinking back to your family and upbringing, is there never a point where you say to yourself that I'm not "eating" blood, it goes in through a vein? Is the social influence so powerful that the question doesn't develop? For me I would reject it out of hand based on the eating definition even as a kid. I think that it comes from a family open to conversation and thought. Leads to interesting nature vs nurture questions about how I (or others) would develop in different households..
I hope that the fam is accepting of you. From JW friends I know how that separation can be painful. Thanks for prompting me to think about it more.

Gaytor

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