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Food for Thought for the Atheist

Postby Sri Lanky » Wed Apr 11, 2012 5:34 pm

*That which has evolved and unfolded must first be involved and infolded

*All systems of thought attribute the construction of the different parts of the manifested universe to the mediation of purposive beings,working under the instruction of Deity

*Modern thought has tried to escape from the implications of this concept by reducing manifestation to a matter of mechanics;it has not succeeded,and there are signs that it is not far from the point when it will perceive mind as being the root of form

*We will be forced to admit that the causative force behind manifestation is more akin to mind than to matter

*Personifying the different types of force is a legitimate analogy;we realise that the entity,the soul of the force,may differ as much in kind and degree from our minds as our bodies differ in type and scale from the bodies of the planets

*We shall be nearer an understanding of nature if we look for mind as the background than if we refuse to admit that the visible universe has an invisible framework

*Time and space are more like modes of consciousness than linear measures
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Re: Food for Thought for the Atheist

Postby Royal » Wed Apr 11, 2012 8:02 pm

Sri Lanky wrote:*That which has evolved and unfolded must first be involved and infolded
*All systems of thought attribute the construction of the different parts of the manifested universe to the mediation of purposive beings,working under the instruction of Deity
*Modern thought has tried to escape from the implications of this concept by reducing manifestation to a matter of mechanics;it has not succeeded,and there are signs that it is not far from the point when it will perceive mind as being the root of form
*We will be forced to admit that the causative force behind manifestation is more akin to mind than to matter
*Personifying the different types of force is a legitimate analogy;we realise that the entity,the soul of the force,may differ as much in kind and degree from our minds as our bodies differ in type and scale from the bodies of the planets
*We shall be nearer an understanding of nature if we look for mind as the background than if we refuse to admit that the visible universe has an invisible framework
*Time and space are more like modes of consciousness than linear measures



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Re: Food for Thought for the Atheist

Postby Sri Lanky » Wed Apr 11, 2012 9:20 pm

" but 'them' again"...let the personifying begin.
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Postby el3so » Thu Apr 12, 2012 12:20 am

yo Sri, whatever it is you are smoking, I want a toke. Lemme know if/when you hit Amsterdam again.
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Re: Food for Thought for the Atheist

Postby friendlyskies » Fri Apr 13, 2012 3:41 pm

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Re: Food for Thought for the Atheist

Postby nowonmai » Fri Apr 13, 2012 10:34 pm

friendlyskies wrote:Image


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Re: Food for Thought for the Atheist

Postby rickshaw92 » Fri Apr 13, 2012 10:50 pm

friendlyskies wrote:Image


Crappy D! Mmmmmm. I found this in Honduras or it could have been Guat but I dont remember. Also found it in Sri Lanka of all places.

Well back on topic. I am an atheist and my food tonight is spaghetti and I can't see myself giving it much thought.

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Re: Food for Thought for the Atheist

Postby Fansy » Sat Apr 14, 2012 2:23 am

me and the wife might be hitting up amsterdam later in the summer. this time however i'm not snortin any detergent, even if it does turn out to be coke.
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Re: Food for Thought for the Atheist

Postby Fansy » Sat Apr 14, 2012 2:35 am

o to stay on topic tho i think theres probably a god. inasmuch as the entities who built the computing machine and the code in which our universe exists are god. they may have even created us in their image. he/they, however, certainly dont give a shit about us as humans per se but may be valuable as far as data is valuable for analysis pertaining to the project for which the database was designed. we're just a simulation/lines of code and hopefully when i die my spot in memory is not given to a person/construct of our reality that I hate, of whom/which there are so many. if there is a god and he is great, he will do this. otherwise he is a piece of shit i hope his simulation fails to achieve whatever purpose it had, including if it didnt have one. and i hope my data is missing, incomplete, invalid, or otherwise worthless/damaging/counterproductive for whatever progress or goal that was hoped to be attained.
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Re: Food for Thought for the Atheist

Postby nowonmai » Sat Apr 14, 2012 2:36 am

Fansy wrote:me and the wife might be hitting up amsterdam later in the summer. this time however i'm not snortin any detergent, even if it does turn out to be coke.


I'm sure you can organise a cheaper means of having a MFF, although probably not without making it obvious.
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Re: Food for Thought for the Atheist

Postby nowonmai » Sat Apr 14, 2012 2:41 am

Fansy wrote: and i hope my data is missing, incomplete, invalid, or otherwise worthless/damaging/counterproductive for whatever progress or goal that was hoped to be attained.


You are the result of a bet between two geeks in the lab. Geek #2 lost and now has to work Geek #1's shift in Biotech next tuesday, that's the shift where they cure cancer but decide not to release it until after WW3, which is being engineered in Ecopol as we speak as part of Geek #3's Masters, which he has been working on since he created the Mughals.
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Re: Food for Thought for the Atheist

Postby Fansy » Sat Apr 14, 2012 3:19 am

nowonmai wrote:
Fansy wrote:me and the wife might be hitting up amsterdam later in the summer. this time however i'm not snortin any detergent, even if it does turn out to be coke.


I'm sure you can organise a cheaper means of having a MFF, although probably not without making it obvious.


im sure you can. now a MFS on the other hand...
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Re: Food for Thought for the Atheist

Postby AztecDave » Sat Apr 14, 2012 5:29 am

wasn't this all the plot from the matrix part 99?
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Re: Food for Thought for the Atheist

Postby friendlyskies » Sat Apr 14, 2012 3:10 pm

nowonmai wrote:Image


The problem with alcoholism humor is that it's only funny when you're drunk.
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Re: Food for Thought for the Atheist

Postby nowonmai » Sat Apr 14, 2012 4:38 pm

friendlyskies wrote:
nowonmai wrote:Image


The problem with alcoholism humor is that it's only funny when you're drunk.


It's not alcoholism humour, don't you know your memes? It's the Middle Class MILF and I operated largely within the rules (below). Anyway, you're a lefty and as such have no recognisable sense of humour.

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