atheist dna

atheist dna

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    1. WOW your an Atheist, who cares!!!!!!!!

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      • WOW your an Atheist, who cares!!!!!!!!

        Wow! Your an Atheist; who cares!

        You are an Atheist

        You+ are =You’re

        You’re an Atheist

        Wow! You’re an Atheist; who cares!

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    2. Anons trolling anons… I don’t like this Brave New Dawn for MCS.

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      • Awe I don’t like this Brave New Dawn for MCS I don’t like this Brave New Dawn for MCS I don’t like this Brave New Dawn for MCS I don’t like this Brave New Dawn for MCS I don’t like this Brave New Dawn for MCS I don’t like this Brave New Dawn for MCS I don’t like this Brave New Dawn for MCS

        Because online names make you someone!!!

        Im lukev1-5 im from the internet people know me!!!
        Because online names make you someone!!!

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    3. You do make a point, it’s just as easy to troll a user as it is to troll an anon. I think the problem is not the number of anons but the number of trolls –

      BTW – the word “awe” means “A feeling of reverential respect mixed with fear or wonder”

      I think you meant “aw” – “entreaty or disapproval”

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    4. Isn’t DNA kind of an odd logo choice for the truth of atheism, for it’s well-known public ‘reputation’ (DNA’s) for always possessing in/for living things a great amount of specific and complex information? IMO, it’s specific complexity inspires not a disbelief in an intellectually powerful being(s) that gets the term Creator (God) applied naturally in virtually all cultures, but just the opposite. Yes, the opposite of a positive disbelief in the existence of some ‘higher power’ that has a brilliant working mind and is personal in nature.

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    5. “Do [that] one” how? How is a watch comparable to DNA, really? A watch on a beach is non-living like the sand around it. What is not alive hasn’t genetic instructions for reproduction traits coded and readied, as is, but living animals with their DNA do. We do know how clocks – first the mechanical kind, and later electronic – atomic, and such, are manufactured and we know (or can know) how the inventors have done it. And even the most sophisticated complex working clocks pale in comparison to DNA, for lacking the kind of totally unique and uncopiable function they have, utilizing much much greater stores of information. We can program clocks to do amazing things, but none are anywhere near the observable marvels that the DNA strand the person has drawn above is. And please remember that the artist choose that in particular to illustrate a conviction that no creator being or beings exists. I didn’t assert anything out of the ordinary about DNA. I did think it an odd choice *for* atheism and said so. It seemed to point in the other direction (theism), I thought. That wasn’t unfair or mean of me to note, was it?

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      • It was a reference to the watchmaker argument so common among creationists.

        Science (especially biology, perhaps) goes hand in hand with a skeptical world view, the magicks and mystical forces found in religion is as far away as you can get.

        Oh, and please log in so that I know that I’m talking to the same person from one comment to the next.

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