Saturday, 10 May 2008

the fallible word of a mistaken sky daddy

Thefre are some things historians dispute, such as the existence of Jebus. some which they know are definatly not true such as

->The existence of Nazareth
->the existence of Jospeh of Artmatihia
->The reserection of Jebus
->Talking snakes
->The existence of king Herod
->A bright tar in the sky when jebus was born

the list goes on. So why should we trust a book with so many erros in?

Friday, 9 May 2008

e=mc2 therefore sky daddies don't exist

Just when you think you've seen all the arguments against sky daddies you come across another one. This one is a must watch. It also answers the question people keep asking as to why religion and science contradict. To summarise it:

Therefore only matter and energy exist
Therefore god doesn't exist

Only things that follow newton laws are possible
miracles don't follow newtons laws
therefore miracles aren't possible

Thursday, 8 May 2008

Blood Line

There's been a lot of interesting tv documentaries and movies coming our way recently. Be it Zeitgeist or The lost tomb of jesbus. Blood Line looks like another must watch coming our way.

The church of atheism

There is this website ( where you fill out a form and within minutes you can become an ordained minister. I might head over there now and ordain my self. I will then have all the privileges that other ministers do.

Wednesday, 7 May 2008

The Davinci Code-fact or fiction?

xians often claim that the Da Vinco Code is factually inaccurate however it contains more truth than you might realise. Obviously it's a novel and so there is a lot of fiction in it but in terms of historical facts it's reliable. Xians seem to think that just because some of it is fiction there is no truth in it at all. I think that before commenting on the Da Vinci Code xians should visit Dan Brown's official website and read the following (offical sites are normally more relaible and if you look at the last quote on the list you'll see how stupid the claim is that historians don't think much of the Da Vinci Code):

"I should mention that priests, nuns, and clergy contact me all the time to thank me for writing the novel."

"Many historians now believe (as do I) that in gauging the historical accuracy of a given concept, we should first ask ourselves a far deeper question: How historically accurate is history itself?"

"Interestingly, if you ask three people what it means to be Christian, you will get three different answers. Some feel being baptized is sufficient. Others feel you must accept the Bible as absolute historical fact. Still others require a belief that all those who do not accept Christ as their personal savior are doomed to hell. Faith is a continuum, and we each fall on that line where we may."

"The opposition generally comes from the strictest Christian thinkers who feel the idea of a "married Jesus" serves to undermine His divinity."

"Art historians agree that Da Vinci's paintings contain hidden levels of meaning that go well beneath the surface of the paint. Many scholars believe his work intentionally provides clues to a powerful secret"

"I first learned of the mysteries hidden in Da Vinci's paintings while I was studying art history at the University of Seville in Spain."

"I was fortunate enough to view the originals of some of Da Vinci's most famous works as well as discuss them with an art historian who helped me better understand the mystery behind their surprising anomalies."

"I was surprised how eager historians were to share their expertise with me. One academic told me her enthusiasm for The Da Vinci Code was based in part on her hope that "this ancient mystery would be unveiled to a wider audience."

Tuesday, 6 May 2008

What's wrong with blasphemy?

It's o.k for a resteraunt critic to criticise someone for cooking bad food. It's O.K for a football coach to criticise his team (or any other) It's o.k for me to criticise a bad film. But when it comes to sky daddies I have to give it some kind of respect and get told off for criticising jebus. So why do xians get annoyed? It isn't them I'm criticising. Sky daddies obviously don't exist so they won't get offended. Nope, can't see what's wrong.

I think it is a sign of strength. It shows that I'm brave and don't get scared of hell of the being struck down with lighting. Indeed people like Penn and Teller blaspheme and swear all the time and its never done them any harm.

Monday, 5 May 2008

Help with Science stuff

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Virtual Jesus

I don't spend all my all my time watching atheist videos on youtube. Sometimes I watch general ones as well (and ofcourse I don't spend all my time on youtube full stop) One cool video is this one called the virtual barber shop. Basically you put your headphones on (you have to do this for it to work as it won't have the full effect with normal speakers) and shut your eyes. Basically it makes it feel like there is a man actually in the room with you. You've properly seen those 3d cinemas, well this does the same but with sound. Anyway, make sure you watch it.

Then it occured to me that it is very easy to trick the brain. The virtual barber thing makes it feel like a man is in the room with ou but there isn't one. Maybe when xians talk about religious experience it is something very similar. They think they can feel Jesus but is is an illusion of the brain.

Sunday, 4 May 2008

Give me some evidence

I can't believe how dumb and illogical xians are. I thought it was common knowledge that atheists don't have to prove their lack of belief in god. I thought russel's teapot was so famous now that anyone kenw about it. But no. Some retarded xians who don't see logic when it stares them in the face just don't get it. SO for the millionth time: YOU HAVE NO EVIDENCE XIANS AND SO YOUR SILLY BELIEFS ABOUT TALKING SNAKES ARE NOT TRUE.