Delaware Association for Humanism (Wilmington, DE) Open to all ethical atheists, agnostics, skeptics and other freethinkers, the Delaware Association for Humanism exists for the betterment of humanity and for the planet we all share. DAH is an affiliate of the Council for Secular Humanism and is a charter chapter of the American Humanist Association. As such, we adhere to the humanist philosophy these organizations embody. In addition to getting together to socialize and discuss beliefs, philosophies and the challenges of being 'outsiders', we aim to become a real presence in the Delaware community. Meetup group has a new link location for those linking to this page Feel Free to visit our other sites or
Cannot find Weapons of Mass Destruction - StumbleUpon Atheists Wager - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - StumbleUpon One formulation of the Atheist's Wager suggests that one should live a good life without religion, since Martin writes that a loving and kind god would reward good deeds, and if no gods exist, a good person will leave behind a positive legacy. The second formulation suggests that, instead of rewarding belief as in Pascal's wager, a god may reward disbelief, in which case one would risk losing infinite happiness by believing in a god unjustly, rather than disbelieving justly. Explanation The Wager states that if you were to analyze your options in regard to how to live your life, you would come out with the following possibilities: The following table shows the values assigned to each possible outcome: A benevolent god exists No benevolent god exists References
Australia Gets Drunk, Wakes Up in North Atlantic AUSTRALIA GETS DRUNK, WAKES UP IN NORTH ATLANTIC Tired of Being Isolated and Ignored, Continent Isn't Bloody Moving Sydney, 800 miles S. of Nova Scotia (SatireWire.com) — After what witnesses described as an all night blinder during which it kept droning on about how it was always being bloody ignored by the whole bloody world and would bloody well stand to do something about it, Australia this morning woke up to find itself in the middle of the North Atlantic. "Good Lord, that was a booze up," said a bleary-eyed Australian Prime Minister, John Howard, speaking from his residence at Kirribilli House, approximately 600 nautical miles east of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. According to Australians and residents of several countries destroyed or lewdly insulted during the continent's nearly 7,000-mile saltwater stagger, the binge began just after noon yesterday at a pub in Brisbane, where several patrons were discussing Australia Day and the nation's general lack of respect from abroad.
I Am An Atheist Is there a Santa? (from an engineering standpoint) Disclaimer: I found this on the internet and claim no copyrights on it. Thanks. - Joe Also, read this rebuttal (from an engineering standpoint) As a result of an overwhelming lack of requests, and with research help from that renown scientific journal SPY magazine (January, 1990) - I am pleased to present the annual scientific inquiry into Santa Claus. 1) No known species of reindeer can fly. In conclusion - If Santa ever DID deliver presents on Christmas Eve, he's dead now. See other strange crap Send feedback on this page Go to
Atheist in America - Assertive Atheism in the 21st Century The Absolute Funniest Posts The Absolute Funniest Posts Follow now to get the best and funniest posts around, and submit your own! Home Submit Archive Mobile RSS This is a cool blog to follow (Source: 0ver-doze, via aimlessscribbles) ¶Tweet it Nov 28th, 2011 Powered by Tumblr. How My Six Year Old Boy Debunked Intelligent Design I was attempting to explain to my son, Brance, who just turned six two weeks ago, why it was better to refrain from saying “Oh God!” especially around his grandparents. He didn’t understand why it was such a big deal to them and asked if “God” was a bad word. This caught me off guard a bit. I had been spending so much time teaching him about evolution by natural selection that I forgot to tell him the lie he would be confronted with someday. I decided that it was time that he heard the creation story that I grew up with. I read on, “So, he put all the water in one place and all the dry land in another.” “Why do we have to save water then? After I finished reading about the third day he was beginning to catch on. “Well that’s what some people believe,” I stated, “but I don’t think so.” “He made South America!” When I told him about the creation of the sun on the fourth day he became serious again. “Then he made the stars to add a bit of sparkle to the night,” I read. “Not even us?”
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