Why the universe is much more weird than our ape brains can ever completely understand

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Why the universe is much more weird than our ape brains can ever completely understand

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Yeah, intriguing.

 

 

Thanks for posting, Wingless. Enjoyed that. 


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 That was really good.  

 That was really good.  


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Thanks, I enjoyed it.

Thanks, I enjoyed it.


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 I've enjoyed that very

 I've enjoyed that very much.


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Dawkins at his best. I could

Dawkins at his best. I could not fault any of his points.

 

Favorite oxymorons: Gospel Truth, Rational Supernaturalist, Business Ethics, Christian Morality

"Theology is now little more than a branch of human ignorance. Indeed, it is ignorance with wings." - Sam Harris

The path to Truth lies via careful study of reality, not the dreams of our fallible minds - me

From the sublime to the ridiculous: Science -> Philosophy -> Theology


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He's a tireless researcher,

He's a tireless researcher, and incredibly passionate about uncovering the mechanics of reality, and a brilliant lecturer and philosopher.

A truly great man.

I keep asking myself " Are they just playin' stupid, or are they just plain stupid?..."

"To explain the unknown by the known is a logical procedure; to explain the known by the unknown is a form of theological lunacy" : David Brooks

" Only on the subject of God can smart people still imagine that they reap the fruits of human intelligence even as they plow them under." : Sam Harris