Author Archives: consideratheism

Pascal’s Wager – Does it Succeed?

I visit many different forums that have many different discussions. Most of these forums has an “off-topic” section where people discuss things that are not related to what the forum is for. Now, I don’t consider myself an expert in … Continue reading

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News Bitz #1

Haven’t done one of these yet! Keep in mind that these may not always be about philosophy or anything, just a few things I find interesting around the web. 1 – We’re screwed: robot teaches itself to fire a bow … Continue reading

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Is Porn Dangerous?

I apologize for not making a blog post in nearly two weeks; I just started school and had a lot of things to do outside of the computer. I also apologize for the lack of philosophy-based posts, and this will … Continue reading

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The Moral Appeal of Theism and Its Simplicity

During my discussions with theists, I usually find that they try to sway me with ethics. They ask me questions that try to play with my emotions, and they often do. I know the routine responses to these questions, and … Continue reading

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You’re a Fucking Human Being – Joe Rogan and Daft Punk

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Mosque, And Constitution

The mosque at ground zero has been a huge issue for political news stations. Both sides bring up some points that I feel need to be addressed. Some are good… Some are not so good. For today’s blog post, I … Continue reading

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10 Reasons Why Gay Marriage is Wrong(Humour)

01) Being gay is not natural. Real Americans always reject unnatural things like eyeglasses, polyester, and air conditioning. 02) Gay marriage will encourage people to be gay, in the same way that hanging around tall people will make you tall. … Continue reading

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