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Arkansas Society of Freethinkers Message Board Humor › Just a Theory

Just a Theory

Brad N.
Little Rock, AR
Post #: 64

A former member
Post #: 3
Nice! Thanks for sharing. smile

The cool thing is when a working theory is actually *consistent* with observable reality! Neat when it works out like that, huh? I have this radical, demonic, sinful notion that reality should be at least tangentially relevant to what we teach our children... crazy me! :-P
George S
user 13502116
Little Rock, AR
Post #: 127
It is interesting to note that how we feel about something corresponds closely to what we believe.

Short video.­
Brad N.
Little Rock, AR
Post #: 65
Downloaded Thomson's "why we believe in god......" good from a neuroscience viewpoint. Thomson pins it to infantile behavior.
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