Atheists on the march in America

Aug 26, 2009 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: TurkishPress.com

When South Florida atheists held their first meeting, they were just five friends, having a beer at a bar.

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Thinking

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Dec 14, 2012
 
Wrong as usual, you Village People stunt double.
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Infinite quantites in reality - now that's less credible than metaphysics - and you have claimed it numerous times. It's less credible because it's impossible.
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Loss of oxygen to the brain in any way is traumatic for the brain.
Another wild claim without any bases in fact. You're chock full of them.

Michelle Funk, a drowning victim, fell into the icy waters of Bell Canyon Creek in Utah as a child. Today she's a normal adult and shows no signs of her traumatic experience - no brain injury from oxygen deprivation even after 62 minutes under water. Moted.
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Dec 14, 2012
 
Givemeliberty wrote:
Listen this metaphysical nonsense is childish. I still have a certificate stating I am a hypnotist. I used to hang with lots of you metaphysical junkies I have seen and heard it all.
I have a whole shelf of books going on and on about this.
Bottom line there is nothing to any of it. It's make believe for adults nothing more.
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If you know all about metaphysics then you should have no problem explaining how simultaneous time effects the conventional theory of reincarnation. Give it a shot, ape-man.
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Dec 14, 2012
 
polymath257 wrote:
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I have been a reasearch mathematician for the last 25+ years. I am trained in physics and have worked as a physicist at an accelerator lab. I discuss the ramifications of various experiments on the different hypotheses that are current. My main interest is astrophysics, but there are also applications to accelerator physics in what I have done.
Try again.
Really? Business must be slow because you seem to spend an exorbitant amount of time on this forum making assertions you can't prove. LOL!
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All things labeled as "metaphysical" have been demonstrated to be scams. Do you have something that can actually produce the same results almost every time? Because that would be a first in all of known history.
A dingbat like you posting something stupid produces the same result every time.
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Dec 14, 2012
 
digitaldan wrote:
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Trying to explain metaphysical concepts to a bunch of clueless atheists is like trying to explain the combustion engine to a tribe of Toulambi villagers.
You got that right! LMAO!
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Dec 14, 2012
 
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It scares them shitless.
They would have to admit something might exist that they cannot measure. Their measurements have advanced to the point they think nothing else can exist. Hence - the arrogance.
They want to assume for us all - to be the official gatekeepers of knowledge. Besides, the ones on Topix are full of shit anyway.
The truth in a nutshell. Ya gotta love it!

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Dec 14, 2012
 
http://articles.washingtonpost.com/2012-11-07...
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Not after a while.

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Dec 14, 2012
 
Can't you ask the old lady micowave ghost?

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If you know all about metaphysics then you should have no problem explaining how simultaneous time effects the conventional theory of reincarnation. Give it a shot, ape-man.

“Think&Care”

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Really? Business must be slow because you seem to spend an exorbitant amount of time on this forum making assertions you can't prove. LOL!
My irony meter just broke.
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Dec 14, 2012
 
Givemeliberty wrote:
Can't you ask the old lady micowave ghost?
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I'm asking you and obviously you don't have an answer. So much for all that knowledge collecting dust on your shelves, eh?
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My irony meter just broke.
In a universe that is more psychological than it is physical, there is no real freedom but the freedom of ideas, and no real bondage but the bondage of ideas. The trick is to learn to discern the difference.

Dare to be adventuous - dare to leave your security blanket of scientific dictums and theories long enough to consider a different perspective. You can always go back to your fuzzy comfortable "bankey" if you become confused and frightened.

As god-stuff incarnate, we are spiritual beings trying to be human. We are part of a great infinite unknown reality breaking off from itself into minute physical versions. Each package of molecules is put together just right - spirituality and person merging together so that infinity and time are woven into genes, mortality and immortality each combining here now to form the self we know. Consciousness is the power out of which all realities emerge. The subjective images of our desires form our reality by leaping into the swell of space and time. Observe the facts of heart and mind alike, and refuse to accept any theories that deny your own subjective experience.

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In a universe that is more psychological than it is physical, there is no real freedom but the freedom of ideas, and no real bondage but the bondage of ideas. The trick is to learn to discern the difference.
And this is not our world. Our world is more physical than psychological: most of the universe has no consciousness whatsoever.
Dare to be adventuous - dare to leave your security blanket of scientific dictums and theories long enough to consider a different perspective. You can always go back to your fuzzy comfortable "bankey" if you become confused and frightened.
I have considered the different prespectives and I found that I was simply playing games with myself when thinking about them. They reveal more about my own psychology than they do about reality. You don't see the distinction.
As god-stuff incarnate, we are spiritual beings trying to be human. We are part of a great infinite unknown reality breaking off from itself into minute physical versions. Each package of molecules is put together just right - spirituality and person merging together so that infinity and time are woven into genes, mortality and immortality each combining here now to form the self we know. Consciousness is the power out of which all realities emerge. The subjective images of our desires form our reality by leaping into the swell of space and time. Observe the facts of heart and mind alike, and refuse to accept any theories that deny your own subjective experience.
More unsupported claims.

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#65929
Dec 14, 2012
 
How exactly do you distinguish between your *subjective* evidence and a vivid imagination?
You don't know?
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One is a tool, the other is reality.
You're avoiding the question.

How do you distinguish between evidence that is the result of your vivid imagination and evidence that is the result of reality (but which is not available to anyone else, for some reason)?
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Dec 14, 2012
 
Givemeliberty wrote:
After you go to church you watch football you mean.
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I'm very good at saying what i mean, douche. You appear to have serious comprehension issues.
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KittenKoder wrote:
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Loss of oxygen to the brain in any way is traumatic for the brain.
So many liberals having their heads up their asses gasping for air, that would explain a lot. lmao

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#65932
Dec 14, 2012
 
It's ok little loser you just talk to your preacher about it all this Sunday.:)
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I'm very good at saying what i mean, douche. You appear to have serious comprehension issues.
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polymath257 wrote:
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I have been a reasearch mathematician for the last 25+ years. I am trained in physics and have worked as a physicist at an accelerator lab. I discuss the ramifications of various experiments on the different hypotheses that are current. My main interest is astrophysics, but there are also applications to accelerator physics in what I have done.
Try again.
I knew you weren't just the average poster. VERY few people on here can school me in any way, but you gave me something to think about.

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#65934
Dec 14, 2012
 
Wanna buy those books? No seriously there is even some really old ones and an entire volume on becoming a boss hypnotist. It's all just so silly and fruity I got them back in the day to scam chicks at UCLA, light up some candles and incense do some carnival trick remote viewing and some bullsht psychic readings, have some crystals around the candles trying to get them chick's panties off and hey, it worked!

So back then I kept up on all the silly metaphysical nonsense for the poon factor.

A bag of weed stashed away never hurt either :))

Anyways I have grown past that and sure you can buy the old books and somewhere I still have those crystals, ankhs, and other assorted trinkets.

Just say the word and I can box them up and send them your way.
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I'm asking you and obviously you don't have an answer. So much for all that knowledge collecting dust on your shelves, eh?
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Drew Smith wrote:
How exactly do you distinguish between your *subjective* evidence and a vivid imagination?
You don't know?
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You're avoiding the question.
How do you distinguish between evidence that is the result of your vivid imagination and evidence that is the result of reality (but which is not available to anyone else, for some reason)?
I answered the question. You won't meet yourself following a set of dictums, or running from book to book. If you don't take the time to examine your own subjective states, then you can't complain if my answers elude you. The burdon of proof lies within yourself. It's an excercise in folly to expect science or anyone else for that matter, to prove the validity of your own subjective experience.

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