Is Truth an Accident? Re: [FoRK] Is God an Accident?
Albert S. <
albert.scherbinsky at rogers.com
> on >
Fri Sep 22 16:58:29 PDT 2006
To be thorough there are(at least) two kinds of
Atheism. The absence of a belief in God(s) is soft
Atheism or Agnosticism. Some have a belief that there
is no God(s) which is hard Atheism.
Agnostics are theologically bald. For hard atheists
their hair grows backwards into their heads. Their
hair has color but you can't tell what it is.
All that I know, is that I know nothing.
--- Eugen Leitl <eugen at leitl.org> wrote:
> On Fri, Sep 22, 2006 at 07:02:52AM -0700, Dr. Ernie
> Prabhakar wrote:
> > >If atheism is a belief, then bald is a hair
> > And if atheism is not a belief, then it is mere
> skepticism, no? In
> It is an absence of belief into things lacking
> If you're clling this "mere skepticism", then your
> is malfunctioning in many interesting ways. Okay, I
> It's boring and predictable. The right thread for a
> late Friday afternoon, something between setting up
> VPN tunnels, and bricking the router by a b0rked
> > which case, I would think my argument holds: when
> do you stop not
> > believing in everything? Whose theory is bald
> now? :-)
> Because everything is an effective infinity. Don't
> tell me
> you can believe into even mere 10^10^100 things at
> the same time.
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