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  •   dennisdoot i love the point it makes lol 21h
  •   marcykelley If any of you here have family that are hardcore Christians, and you are a atheist; how did you tell your family that you are not a believer? I have just recently ( through a whole lot of thinking and unanswered questions) became an atheist. It has been difficult. I've got friends that now think less of me as a person, simply because I don't believe in any God anymore. How do you handle it?? 20h
  •   iammanyselves Yes! 19h
  •   rojabo93 @marcykelley If some of those friends think less of you, I wouldn't consider them real friends. Parents however, is touchy, I was lucky to have 3/4 of my direct family either suspicious agnostics or atheist. But your parents are your parents, you couldn't choose them anymore than they chose you. They should understand. 19h
  •   ch3von @marcykelley I'm not gonna lie, it's been kinda rough. My family is hardcore conservative are still Christian and my little bro and I are both atheists. They now avoid the subject with us, but my parents are still pissed off that my ex husband and I got divorced. The only reason they talk to me as much as they do now is because I had my son three months ago. It's a trip sometimes 19h
  •   jennj772 Is that a penis in the lower right corner of the pic? 16h
  •   gingaduh Can anyone on this page actually help me? Was it the last emperor of Rome that was baptised before he died? Or am I getting confused?? 11h
  •   taratuta8 @marcykelley i havnt told mine. They probably secretly know 7h

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  •   nathansolo2 Never read the Bible in it's entirety. I mean I tried dont get me wrong but when you go to Bible school at a young age and your thinking to yourself at 9 like is this real?!?! People really FOLLOW this? It becomes less and less of a idk "desire to understand" and more of a "ahhhhhh yea this book is really reaching... " hence why I called b.s. 2d
  •   atheists_of_earth_united @nathansolo2 Ahhh I see. I can understand that totally. It's the most boring of all mythology. Don't bother...lol 2d
  •   2001vstar Yes mythology is all it is and not a very good one. Walking on water, parting the sea and people hearing voices IDK how people think these were all true events. I enjoy Greek mythology but I would have to be nuts to think it were true. 2d
  •   conrad_pratt_bruh Crave that mineral 2d
  •   ebselon_atheist How can you speak of something you've never experienced? How can you say to me that ive experienced, seen, heard or felt isnt true? 2d
  •   marek_5644 Lol 2d
  •   thomaz_dzmith But... They crave it.. 2d

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abob07 Getting our minds blown by Neil Degrasse Tyson ️🌎#cosmos #weareallmadeofstarstuff #huskymix #smartdog #dogeyebrows 5d

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  •   cherryjustin52 @andresherrera14 your are correct I know this. I was more or less that you can use light years to calculate time I should have said that instead of "it's a measure of time" instead it can be used to calculate time. 1w
  •   georgewbynum @andresherrera14 what was the last tag for? 1w
  •   andresherrera14 @georgewbynum expressing my happiness. Have a good day! 1w
  •   georgewbynum @andresherrera14 oh, OK. Nothing showed up on my screen other than the tags. Have a good one. 1w
  •   dablinski Basically.... exactly! 1w
  •   pbentley4 We actually can't know what happened to the prior Big Bang theory because we don't have a theory of everything yet. You see we operate with two widely different systems of physics depending on what we are looking at. General relativity deals with gravity and objects interacting with the fabric of space-time. Quantum physics deals with particles and the electrical attraction between the smallest of matter. In this realm Gravity is negligible due to the close to zero masses of particles. Plank's length becomes important here. Prior to the Big Bang there was a singularity, all the matter of the universe compressed, by gravity, into an infinitely small dot (according to general relativity). This dot would be smaller than the plank length or 1 over 1 raised to the 33rd power. This is where quantum physics comes into play but we have no idea how gravity and the electromagnetic attraction of particles interact in such a dense yet infinitely small object. This is also why we have no idea what's going on in the center of a black hole. The center is small enough to enter into the realm of quantum physics but dense enough to have massive amounts of gravitational force which is the realm of general relativity. Figure out a way to mathematically combine the two and there you will find your answers. @cherryjustin52 1w
  •   cherryjustin52 @pbentley4 this true but I was more or less referring to the possibility that the Big Bang is the actual binging of time itself. It's the idea that there is no one true singularity that started the universe. 7d

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  •   jao038 Anyone ever read the first like 36 words in the bible and realize that in itself it makes no sense how can you be formless and empty but have water? 2w
  •   naturalmystic__ African traditional religions never advocated for this. I think you should say Western religion and all its propaganda. 2w
  •   visuallyinterested Yes. And i was stuck on the sentence where god says out loud (to who??) let there be light. Lol who was he saying it to. And if he was alone. Why say that alone? And if he didnt say this why in the bible does it say he said it. So many questions and had no idea at them time those questions would lead me to be awesome (atheist) @jao038 2w
  •   jao038 True that @visuallyinterested 2w
  •   evan_andrew_tyler @atheists_of_earth_united You should do a series of pictures about human, and other animals for that matter, vestigial anatomy. Aside from the obvious stages during fetal development (that can be their own separate category for you), specific organs, behaviors, autonomic reactions, and other functioning parts of every single human right now are vestigial. Further, a very quantifiable group of people have genetic abnormalities that express vestigial anatomy in the phenotype. 2w
  •   evan_andrew_tyler @atheists_of_earth_united For example vestigial tails, Darwin's tubercle, the appendix, wisdom teeth, etc, etc..... 2w
  •   evan_andrew_tyler @atheists_of_earth_united In other words all human beings have parts that are clearly still evolving and some people have obvious parts that we do not associate with humans but that resemble other animals, and our genetic past..... like tails. 2w
  •   evan_andrew_tyler 'Goosebumps' are a very relatable and common example, for example :) 2w

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  •   noah_weinberg1 Quantum mechanics is tru I agree and I am almost certain I know more about It than you but I digress. I believe what you mean by quantum weirdness is uncertainty correct me if I'm wrong but their is not logical reason it would interact at above a quantum level specifically with the brain. We have zero evidence to support that claim @chosenonemason 2w
  •   chosenonemason I respectfully disagree with your statement that you know more quantum weirdness. You see quantum weirdness does indeed occur in the human-scale world. 430 atoms have been studied and it has been confirmed that quantum behavior extends into the real world we live in. I digress sir. @noah_weinberg1 2w
  •   chosenonemason @noah_weinberg1 I was expecting a response already. Of course google will know more than me. Keep researching lol 2w
  •   noah_weinberg1 Sorry I had homework and even if there is uncertainty on an absolute large scale what evidence do we have that it interacts with neurons? Also if you accept the idea of uncertainty you must also accept that something comes from nothing all the time at the quantum level. 2w
  •   noah_weinberg1 Why should research scare u anyways if your statements are correct then my research couldn't possibly change that 2w
  •   chosenonemason Indeed my statements are correct. But seeing as you insulted my intelligence on quantum weirdness and established yourself as being superior on the subject I expected a faster response. @noah_weinberg1 2w
  •   noah_weinberg1 Regardless what do you have to say to my response @chosenonemason 2w

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  •   _sinisterkidd_ Love this! 2w
  •   jamieeffincee Jesus never existed 2w
  •   carrot_loves_cuddle_bear OMG literally. So just btw I do go to church but it's a different kind of church. It's a Unitarian Universalist church and they don't really imply a religion so there are a few atheists like me. Right below my church on the hill there is a "Christian scientist" church and I find that hilarious because it's basically an oxymoron 2w
  •   quinnproperties Not this gibberish again? It is irrational to claim who a person may or may not have married without first establishing the existence of claimed being. Saying what ice cave a Yeti preferred to dine in is no less absurd. 2w
  •   notzila Lol 2w
  •   kwinlan1116 Thanks @_satan_himself_ I didn't see this post. 2w

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