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October 10, 2018, 04:56:01 PM
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People are being mean to me  Cry

Says the guy who spent months, if not years, attacking atheists, etc

You can dish it out, but can't take it?

For what it's worth, stating facts is not a personal attack... sorry, not sorry

Attacking science and understanding is NOT attacking people, except under one circumstance. That circumstance is when the people have science and understanding as their religion.

All Coincube attacks is science and understanding with other science and understanding. But you take it as a personal attack, thereby showing that your religion is science and understanding. So YOU are the one who hates science when you hate religion.

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This post beats all your previous posts.  You are off the charts!!!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1367154.msg13910414#msg13910414

I can understand how you are emotionally distraught. Like Moloch your religion is being calmly shown for what it is. And you are helping to show it, even though you don't want it to be that way.

Why do you hate your religion so much that you don't stick up for it, but would rather prove its existence by not sticking up for it? Answer this and we might have the answer to this whole thread.

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October 10, 2018, 06:30:07 PM
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As an Atheist, I don't hate religion, to my many relatives religion holds an important place and I respect that. What I hate is the power gained by using religion. Power gained by deception and manipulation is always a bad thing but adding religion to it amplifies it a lot. I have seen people that believe in god from the heart without any other thought and I respect that sincere belief a lot.
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Says the guy who spent months, if not years, attacking atheists, etc

You can dish it out, but can't take it?

For what it's worth, stating facts is not a personal attack... sorry, not sorry

Attacking science and understanding is NOT attacking people, except under one circumstance. That circumstance is when the people have science and understanding as their religion.

All Coincube attacks is science and understanding with other science and understanding. But you take it as a personal attack, thereby showing that your religion is science and understanding. So YOU are the one who hates science when you hate religion.

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This post beats all your previous posts.  You are off the charts!!!

https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1367154.msg13910414#msg13910414

I can understand how you are emotionally distraught. Like Moloch your religion is being calmly shown for what it is. And you are helping to show it, even though you don't want it to be that way.

Why do you hate your religion so much that you don't stick up for it, but would rather prove its existence by not sticking up for it? Answer this and we might have the answer to this whole thread.

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Actually I am fairly certain I have not personally attacked or insulted any atheist on this forum.

I have spent a good deal of time critiquing the idea of atheism mostly in the Health and Religion thread.

I highlighted the tremendous number of scientific studies that indicate atheism is an unhealthy choice. In the link at the very bottom of that opening post I make other philosophical and practical arguments against atheism.

Is critiquing atheism an attack on individual atheist?

I would answer no but BadDecker raises a valid point. If an atheist holds to his belief with a religious fervor. If he accepts it axiomatically as true and structures his worldview around it. Perhaps then my critique would be perceived as a personal attack?

Regardless any such a perception really is the the problem of those who have made the mistake of elevating atheism into a personal faith. If someone has built their their house on a foundation sand it is doomed to fall sooner or later.

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October 10, 2018, 09:50:43 PM
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Atheists by themselves believe so much in the absence of God, so actually they could be called a religious movement  Undecided
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Axiomatically?  The Atheist position is based on the scientific evidence or in case of God a lack of it.

BTW, I base my truths on science.  And guess what? They might change as a new scientific evidence becomes available.

My position is based on the most reliable method of discovering the truth that we know of, your position is based on a book that inspired you to develop a sci-fi story in your mind.

Frankly, I don't care anymore what you and BADecker believe.  It is your delusion, so you deal with it.  I tried.  I cannot help you any more than I can help notbatman.

Yeh, sure, rolf.

Why do you reject all this science that shows that God exists?:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=737322.msg10718395#msg10718395
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1355109.msg14047133#msg14047133
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1662153.40
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1054513.msg16803380#msg16803380.

And there is a whole thread about this where, if nothing else, you can see that atheism is very weak, but if you study, you can see that God exists - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=737322.0.

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Axiomatically?  The Atheist position is based on the scientific evidence or in case of God a lack of it.

BTW, I base my truths on science.  And guess what? They might change as a new scientific evidence becomes available.

My position is based on the most reliable method of discovering the truth that we know of, your position is based on a book that inspired you to develop a sci-fi story in your mind.

Frankly, I don't care anymore what you and BADecker believe.  It is your delusion, so you deal with it.  I tried.  I cannot help you any more than I can help notbatman.

Yeh, sure, rolf.

Why do you reject all this science that shows that God exists?:
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=737322.msg10718395#msg10718395
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1355109.msg14047133#msg14047133
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1662153.40
https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1054513.msg16803380#msg16803380.

And there is a whole thread about this where, if nothing else, you can see that atheism is very weak, but if you study, you can see that God exists - https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=737322.0.

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There is nothing to reject because science does not deal with the question of God existence.  There is no data on God.


Well, at least, that explains it. You haven't even figured out that science deals with everything. Google "the science of religion" and "the science of philosophy."

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Axiomatically?  The Atheist position is based on the scientific evidence or in case of God a lack of it.

BTW, I base my truths on science. And guess what? They might change as a new scientific evidence becomes available.

My position is based on the most reliable method of discovering the truth that we know of, your position is based on a book that inspired you to develop a sci-fi story in your mind.

Frankly, I don't care anymore what you and BADecker believe.  It is your delusion, so you deal with it.  I tried.  I cannot help you any more than I can help notbatman.

Yes axiomatically for the atheist position is simply not a scientific one. Belief to the contrary is the result of mistaken inference.

Science is a cooperative social system.. It is a system based on reason which excludes all reference to divine revelation. Since science excludes divine revelation, it can have no formal impact on theology, nor can it have any formal impact on philosophy.

The idea that science in any way invalidates a belief in God is the result of a very common logical fallacy.

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Naturally, since Science excludes divine revelation, science can have no formal impact on theology, nor can it have any formal impact on philosophy.

Yet, apparently, science has substantially impacted on theology and philosophy - it is, for example taken to have discredited Christianity.

How did this perception arise?

1. Science as (until recently) been perceived as in enabling (somehow, indirectly) humans to increase power over nature (this perception may be subjective/ delusional, or false, as it often is now - or it can be all-but undeniable).

Yet science is (or rather was) successful mainly because a lot of smart people were putting a lot of effort into discovering truth.

(And now that people don't try to discover truth, they don't discover it - naturally not.)

2. Sheer habit. People trained and competent in the (wholly artificial) scientific way of thinking, which a priori excludes religious explanations, leads to human beings who habitually exclude divine explanations.
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And it turns out that habit is very powerful as a socialization device.

Such that people trained in an artificial (hence difficult) and socially-approved specialized mode of thinking, eventually do not notice the exclusions of their mode of thought, and assume that their mode of thought is the whole thing; assume that that which was excluded a priori has instead been excluded because it was false.

A mistaken inference - but mainstream in modernity.

Basing your truths in science is by and large a sound policy but God lies outside the scope of science.

An individual truly motivated by science alone who did not make false inferences could only be agnostic as the question simply cannot be answered within that framework.


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Apart from, but not unrelated to, previously mentioned points to answer the burning question on everyone's mind, why Atheists Hate Religion, the following point:

"God" has not stepped forward and defended his position / being. The only ones stepping forward are humans. Therefore, not one single assertion claiming to be of "God", for "God" or by "God" is relevant, or even noteworthy - not even one, and never will be, ever - as long as that assertion is made by a member of homo sapiens, the species the users posting replies in this topic,  are a part of. Any and all references to any and all phenomena, data, records etc. that involves, or are attributed to "God" are null and void and weigh a complete 0 on any scale, used anywhere by anyone, whether axiomatic, a priori, predicated, extrapolated or a substrate, or not.

Since "God" can not speak up, he should forever hold his peace and let homo sapiens do their work, diligently and fervently, as is their nature.
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Well, at least, that explains it. You haven't even figured out that science deals with everything. Google "the science of religion" and "the science of philosophy."

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Psychology or Psychiatry is not science just like gambling is not science.  Just because you use observations and statistics does not make your field scientific.

https://www.realclearscience.com/blog/2015/11/why_psychology_and_statistics_are_not_science.html

https://www.realclearscience.com/articles/2012/05/30/what_separates_science_from_non-science_106278.html

Learn basic definitions before you use them.

"Science of religion", or more precisely a "study of religious delusions" is not science.  


You've never heard of the science of gambling? Gambling has to do with the odds... probability. All that quantum mechanics is, is complex probability. See: Brian Cox explains quantum mechanics in 60 seconds - BBC News - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcfQkxwz4Oo. Do you really think that quantum is not science?

Not all science of religion is science of religious delusions. But some of it is... like the science of the atheism religion.

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Apart from, but not unrelated to, previously mentioned points to answer the burning question on everyone's mind, why Atheists Hate Religion, the following point:

"God" has not stepped forward and defended his position / being. The only ones stepping forward are humans. Therefore, not one single assertion claiming to be of "God", for "God" or by "God" is relevant, or even noteworthy - not even one, and never will be, ever - as long as that assertion is made by a member of homo sapiens, the species the users posting replies in this topic,  are a part of. Any and all references to any and all phenomena, data, records etc. that involves, or are attributed to "God" are null and void and weigh a complete 0 on any scale, used anywhere by anyone, whether axiomatic, a priori, predicated, extrapolated or a substrate, or not.

Since "God" can not speak up, he should forever hold his peace and let homo sapiens do their work, diligently and fervently, as is their nature.

God most certainly has "stepped forward and" displayed His position. The whole universe is His expression of Himself. Just because He isn't going to give in to unbelievers and do it their way, doesn't mean he hasn't done it, and isn't continuing to do it.

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The discussion of God existence is not a scientific question because we cannot collect data on God to study him/her/it.

My reality is based on science and God is not in it.

Anyone who states that God exists is just making a claim that cannot be proved scientifically.

Some people believe in many strange things that do not exist in real life, God(s) included; they are just deluding themselves.

Since God created the universe, including all the science in it, your reality is absolutely based on God and science.

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The discussion of God existence is not a scientific question because we cannot collect data on God to study him/her/it.

My reality is based on science...


I hate to be the bearer of bad news but your reality is not based on science at least not entirely. You may want it to be but that's entirely impossible.

Here are a few questions that demonstrate this point.

* Is there any point to it all?
* Why are we here?
* How should we live?
* Why be moral?
* Why is there evil?
* Do we live on after death?
* How can we find release from suffering and sadness?
* What can we hope for?

You may have answers for these questions but whatever those answers may be they are certainly not scientific for there is no study to test their validity.

Those answers even if tentative in all probability have and shape the course of your life far more then any particular study or scientific truth ever could.

There is no escaping the necessity or the impact of a priori truth.

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* Is there any point to it all?  To pass your genes to the next generation. (Biology)
* Why are we here? Because our parents made us. (Biology)
* How should we live? To survive and secure that your genes are passed on to the next generation(s). (Biology)
* Why be moral? It helps you survive in the long-term. Being immoral is self-destructive. (Biology)
* Why is there evil? I do not think evil exists.  Some people might behave immorally in hopes to help them survive better. (Biology)
* Do we live on after death? No.  Death is an irreversible process. (Biology, Physics)
* How can we find release from suffering and sadness? Lower your stress by socializing with other life forms, love someone, relax, find a hobby you enjoy doing. (Biology)
* What can we hope for? Whatever you wish.  Hope is unlimited.  It is a thought in your brain.  I hope to live to 120. (Biology)

Let's unpack these answers a bit.

By claiming biology as ultimate end you assume that process is purpose.

By grounding purpose in biology which you in turn ground in the randomness of evolution you assume meaning itself to be random and ultimately nothing more then chances arbitrary output.

By questioning the existence of morality you assume that there is no such thing as good and evil for such concepts are presumed to be evolution's useful delusions at best.

What is notable about these assumptions is not only are they not scientifically testable they they are very much in line with a well known and prominent philosophy.

Nihilism
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nihilism
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Nihilism (/ˈnaɪ(h)ɪlɪzəm, ˈniː-/; from Latin nihil, meaning 'nothing') is the philosophicalviewpoint that suggests the denial or lack of belief towards the reputedly meaningful aspects of life. Most commonly, nihilism is presented in the form of existential nihilism, which argues that life is without objective meaning, purpose, or intrinsic value.[1] Moral nihilists assert that there is no inherent morality, and that accepted moral values are abstractly contrived. Nihilism may also take epistemological, ontological, or metaphysical forms, meaning respectively that, in some aspect, knowledge is not possible, or reality does not actually exist.

Nihilism is not a scientific belief nor is it testable.

You seem to have a adopted a worldview centered on a faith in nihilism and built a structure of science upon that foundation to understand the world.

I have done something similar but built my worldview upon a different foundation which is why our approaches to problems are sometimes similar yet always seem to yield radically different outputs.

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* How can we find release from suffering and sadness?

I would recommend looking into Theravada Buddhism... they have correctly diagnosed the cause of suffering and lay out a path to cure yourself from it

Other than the occasional mention of reincarnation, it is more of a science based philosophy than a religion.  Think of it as a self-help manual

Here is a fantastic example, I would highly recommend watching this video to anyone and everyone:
Ajahn Brahm - Freeing Our Minds From The Mental Prisons
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You asked questions about one particular life form then you are surprised the answers are rooted in Biology?

Ask me anything about any non-living thing and the answers will be rooted in Physics or Chemistry.

I gave you our life purpose and meaning.

Yes I did and to your credit you answered straightforwardly and in a manner that lets us cut to the heart of the issue.

We saw that at the center of your belief structure once we slip past the rings of scientific thought lies a belief a faith in nihilism. Similarly we could do the same for me and once past the science we would find theism.

That fundamental difference makes sense and explains our prolonged argument over these many pages and threads. A robotic individual with a wholly scientific perspective would have no interest or motivation to participate in such a debate. Is it currently empirically testable they would ask? If the answer was no they would shrug their shoulders say they had no idea and move on to other topics that could be tested.

There are, however, many questions that matter deeply to us that are not empirically testable. I highlighted a few above but there are many many others. This is why a foundational religion or philosophy is an inescapable necessity if we are going to interact with the world.

Some foundational philosophies are mutually exclusive. When proponents of such philosophies meet clashes and conflict is expected which is exactly what we see.

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* How can we find release from suffering and sadness?

I would recommend looking into Theravada Buddhism... they have correctly diagnosed the cause of suffering and lay out a path to cure yourself from it

Other than the occasional mention of reincarnation, it is more of a science based philosophy than a religion.  Think of it as a self-help manual

Here is a fantastic example, I would highly recommend watching this video to anyone and everyone:
Ajahn Brahm - Freeing Our Minds From The Mental Prisons
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qg_FsPEwOB0

Watched the beginning looks interesting will watch the rest later.

I have nothing bad to say about Buddhism. I am not particularly familiar with all of its tennents but I have met some wise Buddhists in my life.

About nihilism, however I have lots of bad things to say. I debated the topic here: Debate on Nihilism.

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You asked questions about one particular life form then you are surprised the answers are rooted in Biology?

Ask me anything about any non-living thing and the answers will be rooted in Physics or Chemistry.

I gave you our life purpose and meaning.

Yes I did and to your credit you answered straightforwardly and in a manner that lets us cut to the heart of the issue.

We saw that at the center of your belief structure once we slip past the rings of scientific thought lies a belief a faith in nihilism. Similarly we could do the same for me and once past the science we would find theism.

That fundamental difference makes sense and explains our prolonged argument over these many pages and threads. A robotic individual with a wholly scientific perspective would have no interest or motivation to participate in such a debate. Is it currently empirically testable they would ask? If the answer was no they would shrug their shoulders say they had no idea and move on to other topics that could be tested.

There are, however, many questions that matter deeply to us that are not empirically testable. I highlighted a few above but there are many many others. This is why a foundational religion or philosophy is an inescapable necessity if we are going to interact with the world.

Some foundational philosophies are mutually exclusive. When proponents of such philosophies meet clashes and conflict is expected which is exactly what we see.


I agree.  I bet if I ask you what is the purpose of bees your answer will be different than mine.

You see my position as too simplistic.

I see your delving for some supernatural cause that physically is not there as being deluded.


Yes and thus we reach the end of the road.

Our differences are revealled to be ultimately not scientific in nature but directly traceable to different empirically untestable and mutually exclusive a priori truths.

BadDecker would say we have different religious. I think that word has too much potential for misunderstanding and would instead say that we have different faiths.

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I don't care if you call me a nihilist or science a faith.  Your framing is based on your delusional worldview, IMHO.

It does not change the fact that science is not faith and I am not a nihilist.

Here is a description of what nihilist assume about the nature of existence. What if anything do you feel is false?

Nihilism
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nihilism
Quote from: Wikipedia
Nihilism (/ˈnaɪ(h)ɪlɪzəm, ˈniː-/; from Latin nihil, meaning 'nothing') is the philosophicalviewpoint that suggests the denial or lack of belief towards the reputedly meaningful aspects of life. Most commonly, nihilism is presented in the form of existential nihilism, which argues that life is without objective meaning, purpose, or intrinsic value.[1] Moral nihilists assert that there is no inherent morality, and that accepted moral values are abstractly contrived.

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I don't care if you call me a nihilist or science a faith.  Your framing is based on your delusional worldview, IMHO.

It does not change the fact that science is not faith and I am not a nihilist.

Here is a description of what nihilist assume about the nature of existence. What if anything do you feel is false?

Nihilism
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nihilism
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Nihilism (/ˈnaɪ(h)ɪlɪzəm, ˈniː-/; from Latin nihil, meaning 'nothing') is the philosophicalviewpoint that suggests the denial or lack of belief towards the reputedly meaningful aspects of life. Most commonly, nihilism is presented in the form of existential nihilism, which argues that life is without objective meaning, purpose, or intrinsic value.[1] Moral nihilists assert that there is no inherent morality, and that accepted moral values are abstractly contrived.

Sounds like the only thing that keeps a nihilist going is an an optimistic focus on the pessimism of his nihilism.

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I hate religion because it divides people into groups. The division then fractures our society and gives a big advantage to those who belong to the in-groups while it pushes atheists out.

There's multiple churches and programs for religious people to just walk into and socialize, work-out make friends, and all of that shit is tax free (therefore they get a tax-advantage compared to me) and all I get is the knowledge that I'm not foolish enough to believe in fairy-tales.

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