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Off Topic / Re: Gk Chesterton quotation backed up
« Last post by TylerDurden on Today at 10:21:03 AM »

Are you not aware that the spaghetti monster is a joke?
   Yes, of course. But, technically, they do claim to worship him, even in jest!
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Off Topic / Re: Gk Chesterton quotation backed up
« Last post by eveheart on Today at 08:59:49 AM »
Hahaha! I finally read that article, and I was struck with the fact that the poll ("Do you believe in ghosts, aliens, angels, god, and/or UFOs?") was conducted at the Ripley's Believe It or Not! London amusement attraction. Just pointing it out because I think people at any amusement park do not represent an unbiased sample of people in any country in the world.

JMO. But seriously, I know plenty of atheists who don't worship amusement attractions
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Off Topic / Re: Gk Chesterton quotation backed up
« Last post by Brad462 on Today at 06:34:29 AM »
"Surely he will not want to kill and torture me just because I did not know of him?"  God won't do that, no.  Some Christians do love to judge and condemn people to hell though.
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Off Topic / Re: Gk Chesterton quotation backed up
« Last post by PaleoPhil on Today at 06:22:12 AM »
If this one called God exists, then I will give him my friendly greetings. Surely he will not want to kill and torture me just because I did not know of him?
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Off Topic / Re: Gk Chesterton quotation backed up
« Last post by Brad462 on Today at 06:13:04 AM »
It is ok to be boring, I forgive you. (god might not though.)  :)
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Off Topic / Re: Gk Chesterton quotation backed up
« Last post by PaleoPhil on Today at 05:55:57 AM »
I find that quote out of place because athiests usually don't believe in aliens or anything paranormal.
True, I don't believe in aliens or the paranormal. That quote is the propaganda of theocons like Chesterton and his worshippers, though at least Chesterton was smarter than most of today's theoconmen and neoconmen.

Besides, some atheists believe in the flying spaghetti monster!
Are you not aware that the spaghetti monster is a joke?

Believing in the flying spaghetti monster is more rational than being 100% convinced that there is no God I suppose.  Most athiests bore me to tears.
FYI: Tyler is an atheist (meaning nonbeliever), as am I. OK, maybe we are a bit boring. LOL

However, I'm not one who sees no value in religion. Prof. Dawkins' advice to simply throw away something that has been a central component of culture for thousands of years, without first trying to understand what role it plays, and without trying to come up with a better alternative, makes little sense to me. At least Christopher Hitchens and Sam Harris have tried to come up with an alternative.
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Welcoming Committee / Re: scientific researches of paleo diet?
« Last post by Brad462 on Today at 05:22:51 AM »
welcome.  why don't you tell us a little about yourself buddy?
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Off Topic / Re: Gk Chesterton quotation backed up
« Last post by Brad462 on Today at 04:22:38 AM »
Believing in the flying spaghetti monster is more rational than being 100% convinced that there is no God I suppose.  Most athiests bore me to tears.
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Welcoming Committee / Re: scientific researches of paleo diet?
« Last post by TylerDurden on Today at 02:16:25 AM »
There are very few scientific studies comparing raw versus cooked products except for a tiny few focusing on the benefits of  raw dairy consumption versus pasteurised dairy consumption. However, there are many thousands of studies done on the harm done by cooking such as the harm done by heat-created toxins derived from cooking. Here is a small sample thereof:-

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raw_foodism#Toxic_compounds_created_by_cooking
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