Alright, I'm dropping this topic after this, you seem to be willfully obtuse and it's getting old.<quoted text>River, you are just being dumb at this point. I guess you just aren't good at reading. "Rejection of belief" means just that - not believing in a deity. I don't reject the possibility altogether because I cannot conclusively rule out the existence of a deity, I simply don't believe in one.
I don't "believe there may be a god," I just assert that given our current knowledge it is impossible to rule a god out, no matter how improbable one may be. I think that quote I cited for you earlier sums up my position nicely - that I am an atheist because the god proposition is so meaningless that it is basically irrelevant, but I am forced to label myself an atheist because modern society assumes a belief in god. If religion weren't so widespread, I would ignore the idea of god altogether, for the same reason you ignore the possibility that your computer is powered by magical pixies - it is so baseless and without evidence that it's futile to even consider it.
Atheism is not about "Rejection of belief". You omitted the last part of it.
Atheism is "rejection of a belief in the EXISTENCE OF" deities.
If you have any thoughts that there MAY be a deity, you're not atheist.