San Diego, CAUSA 92104
February 7, 2011
I don't think we do, in the sense that we don't have the will to separate ourselves from cause and effect relationships, which implies how I define "free will".
Atheist A) Humanist POV B) Wishful thinking C) I have no opinion on evolution. It's one of the most well supported theories of science. It just is.
Most of my views about the world place me left of center.
Maybe with a pitch fork, but not a fork ;)
Awesome! (of course!)
Hi Emily, I enjoyed talking with you last nite. Good luck on the job front.
thanks! and hopefully we get to meet at an upcoming meet up!
was great to meet you, guess we will see youat the next organizational meeting
Hi Emily, hope to see you NYE
Hey Emily! I'm new to SDNA and was just browsing through ... Love the pics you posted! Greetings!
Say, Emily, give me a phone call, OK? Let's talk about your upcoming event on logic.
"What's nice is not having to step on any toes when it comes to talking about religions. Everything here is already on the table - and nothing can come out of it but GOOD progressive conversation & ideas."
I love this. So true. Well said. :-)
We're talking about showing some of the Python movies we spoke about ("Life of Brian"; "The Holy Grail"). The thought occurred to me... are you familiar with the comedy "Young Frankenstein". It's now a "classic", too.
If you personally know of any classic "Science" movies that would be fun to watch, let me know. We should come up with a movie night for once a month or something.