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User avatar #15 - Wazzy (03/20/2013) [+] (14 replies)
If every single trace of me was wiped out there would never be anything created exactly like me. Does that mean I don't exist?
#51 - rhc (03/21/2013) [+] (9 replies)
I hate that atheists on here tend to hold "atheist idols" such as Richard Dawkins, this faggot magician, and that "President of Atheist Society" or whatever the hell his meaningless title is.   
They just take the word of these people as fact, as if what they say about god is any more valid than a non-famous person. If what they're talking about their respective field, that's a different story, and they are probably more qualified (e.g. Dawkins explaining evolution, because he is a evolutionary biologist, or Stephen Hawking explaining the Big Bang, because he is a cosmologist)   
I am an atheist, but people like Richard Dawkins and Penn Jillette are just as stupid and evangelical as their religious counterparts.
I hate that atheists on here tend to hold "atheist idols" such as Richard Dawkins, this faggot magician, and that "President of Atheist Society" or whatever the hell his meaningless title is.
They just take the word of these people as fact, as if what they say about god is any more valid than a non-famous person. If what they're talking about their respective field, that's a different story, and they are probably more qualified (e.g. Dawkins explaining evolution, because he is a evolutionary biologist, or Stephen Hawking explaining the Big Bang, because he is a cosmologist)
I am an atheist, but people like Richard Dawkins and Penn Jillette are just as stupid and evangelical as their religious counterparts.
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User avatar #60 - KayRed (03/21/2013) [-]
I ******* hate Penn Jillette. All he is a smug, libertarian asshole, ******** on peoples beliefs, talking about a subjects he knows nothing about. He's no better than the religious.
User avatar #72 - unpreparedninja (03/21/2013) [+] (20 replies)
guys i know this is crazy talk but,

can't we all just believe what we want and respect each others opinions and beliefs?

or is that too much?

yeah you're right, we should desperately try to convert one another in the comment section of funny junk.
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#30 - anonymous (03/21/2013) [+] (13 replies)
I'd be fine with religion if it didn't constantly hold back scientific advancements and make people stupid.
#34 to #30 - wheresthefudge (03/21/2013) [-]
You may recognize a few of these people as being rather influential to modern science. Huh, crazy how their religious beliefs kept holding back their scientific advancements... oh, wait.
#42 - drtrousersnake (03/21/2013) [-]
So if Hitler successfully created a world where there was only the "master race" and destroyed all evidence of other races existing, he still wouldn't be able to see why kids love Cinnamon Toast Crunch?
User avatar #178 - Endofzeeworld (03/21/2013) [+] (25 replies)
I am a man of science. I believe in what there is proof of.
Give me proof that god exists, and I will believe he exists.
Give me proof that god doesn't exist, and I will not believe he exists.
The simple truth is actually that nobody knows. Logically, we can't know. So there isn't much point in ******* arguing about it, is there?
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#6 - anonymous (03/20/2013) [+] (4 replies)
This is a pretty bad argument.
User avatar #65 to #46 - tkparrish (03/21/2013) [-]
Im not sure that this is the point Penn was trying to make. When he referred to science, i think he meant things along the lines of chemistry and biology. Things that would be the same, and be consistently the same even if we wiped out all record of it. Not the technological progression you mentioned
User avatar #69 - ComicBookGuy (03/21/2013) [+] (2 replies)
While reading the content, I was thinking do I really want to look at the comments? The answer? No.
User avatar #281 - robinwilliamson (03/21/2013) [+] (4 replies)
I don't think people realize that this argument is very reasonable. Just because it makes a critical claim in the beginning doesn't mean the argument should be dismissed, cause remember, so does the Bible with it's "In the beginning" bullcrap. Let's look at what are facts and are very hard to argue against with evidence.
-The reason Christianity is so popular is because Constantine used it as a unity tool to bring Rome together and the Roman empire's religion then, no matter the religion, would = Europe+Western Civilization belief as a majority. It was necessary then to bring Rome together.
-The holy symbolism of Jesus is pagan, from a very common worship of the Southern Cross/Crux. The Sun would "die" on the constellation to the bottom in the end of winter, then "resurrect three days later" by a degree of two up the cross by December 25th. This is where the Christian cross came from, it was in star form for other religions.
-Humans evolved to make less Type 1 errors, false positives, which is why we're more cautious and have more drills. "It is better to have loved and lost then to have never loved at all." Think of it. As intelligent beings, if there was a rustling in the grass, and we assume there's a predator and we're wrong, we will survive better than saying there it's not a predator and we're wrong, because nature didn't wait for us to work the science.
-Nature works the same way in our universe as a godless universe. Superstitious activity like suspending the Earth would cause global natural effects that all humans would notice and make record of it, but Eastern religions say they didn't experience these things. Also, it's possible that universes can be created from nothing or other universes. If anyone who doesn't believe it would kindly YouTube science videos by Lawrence Krauss and Michio Kaku (both fascinating people), and actually try to understand the science, they'll find it isn't absolutely required to have a god for life as we know it to exist.
User avatar #87 - jokeface (03/21/2013) [+] (4 replies)
Unless God came back and rebuilt His legacy the same way He did it the first time.
#52 - GRBanimefreak **User deleted account** (03/21/2013) [+] (1 reply)
This guy also said that he doesnt respect christians who DONT try to share their beleifs with other people because that makes them hypocrites.
User avatar #22 - chaosnazo (03/21/2013) [-]
If god's not real then why do he excist?

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#302 - guitarsimmi (03/21/2013) [-]
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#299 - envinite (03/21/2013) [-]
"There is no God, and that's the simple truth."   
   
Behold the master of 						*********					.
"There is no God, and that's the simple truth."

Behold the master of ********* .
User avatar #284 - salts (03/21/2013) [+] (11 replies)
if we erased all science and history would it be redone the same way? ... no i think not..
User avatar #287 to #284 - TheHutchie ONLINE (03/21/2013) [-]
No, but science would eventually come to all the same conclusions.

History, like religion, would happen differently each time.
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