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GUEST,Musket evolving slowly BS: Militant atheism has become a religion p (1845* d) RE: BS: Militant atheism has become a religion p 11 Sep 13


Does that mean I can go back to childish name calling and piss taking?

Just wondered.

Your apology to "atheists as a group" is your own version of misrepresenting and not reading what others have put. It is your insistence that such a group can exist that started all this tosh in the first place. Your technique of third party quoting to push your stance whilst giving yourself the freedom of agreeing or not agreeing with it a la de Waal is rather transparent. Even pete has the courage of stating his own conviction.

Anyway, I note my co Messiah is back from his days in the wilderness and the associated gnome is making friends whilst trimming his hedge so must dash.



You mention my own research. Excellent example of not labelling. Yes it is rather wrapped in physics and I sometimes agree the word physics applies but in reality and more importantly for application it is in engineering. Unlike my son who did all his earlier work and Masters in physics but for his PhD research is dropped into the engineering faculty.

I don't admire the good professor as a scientist as my knowledge and understanding of his subject precludes my having an opinion. A bit like those who deride him because he questions their Creed rather than making proclamations on his subject they understand.

Douglas Adams wasn't a comedian by your urban dictionary standards. He was a writer. A bloody good one at that. He dealt in fantasy mainly. I suppose that made his views on religion "informed" views.

Or piss takes as you might say.

Tatty bye.




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