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I feel so lucky to have been raised by Secular Humanist parents!
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I was raised as both, if one can believe it's possible, as a catholic and a believer in science, so I have always questioned everything I was told to be a complete truth. Since my Mother Graduated in Philosophy and used to teach History, she taught me to question the reasons of everything and that helped me not to become a believer, but still have faith - as awkward as it can be.
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That looks pretty good!
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Level 20 ! :-)
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Hey man. Me and a buddy made this www.monstermap.me You can add gyms, stops, and pokemon :)
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This is how Erdogan's administration deals with the people who participated in the attempted coup in Turkey.

Observing the Human Rights Charter of the United Nations is not something that Muslim leaders anywhere in the world are capable of.
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Having the right people to apprehend within 24 hours is a miracle isn't it.... /s
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Interesting 'behind the scenes' look at #PokemonGo . As any (former) #Ingress  player could tell you, the Pokémon Gyms and Pokéstops in Pokemon Go are taken from the database of Portals from Ingress. Thanks to the efforts of Ingress players in photographing interesting objects and places, and submitting them to be included into Ingress, there are now Gyms and Stops all over the world!
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The screen that people all over the world now hate to see! Maddening!!!
#firstworldproblems
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Also a second and third world problem. ;)
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The hairy caterpillar that I photographed weeks ago transformed into a beautiful white moth.
I have no idea what the species is, but it's really pretty!
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+Aart Hoek thanks for thinking of me ;) 
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And that's why girls need to take self-defence classes!
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So wait ... China peeps getting military grade home schooling ... WTF?
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Bring on the heavy metal guitar riffs!
Heavy metal music helps fans deal with the idea of their own death, new research suggests. According to a study in the Journal of Psychology of Popular Media, the sense of identity that the death-themed music creates gives listeners meaning to their lives.
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The Magnificent Seven (2016) is a movie I want to watch in the cinema, together with my good friend +Sebastiaan Smit! :-)
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Not ya smiff and wessun friend I guess ;)
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Ha ha ha ha ha... Could just wait for this. LOL







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Mario Kart Go! for Satnav devices is expected to cause 'minimal casualties' when used on the open road, according to manufacturers after the launch today.
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What could go wrong? While people are at it they could integrate it with the car systems and make it spin and stuff when hit with a shell. 
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A great yardstick to measure any religion (and its followers) by!
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The traditional explanation that a burning rubbish heap in the Valley of Hinnom south of Jerusalem gave rise to the idea of a fiery Gehenna of judgment is attributed to Rabbi David Kimhi's commentary on Psalm 27:13 (ca. 1200 AD). He maintained that in this loathsome valley fires were kept burning perpetually to consume the filth and cadavers thrown into it. However, Hermann Strack and Paul Billerbeck state that there is neither archaeological nor literary evidence in support of this claim, in either the earlier intertestamental or the later rabbinic sources.[23] Also, Lloyd R. Bailey's "Gehenna: The Topography of Hell"[24] from 1986 holds a similar view.
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Mostly your very average guy with a wife, a son and a daughter. Working full time to provide a decent living and enjoy a good life in my spare time.

A little bit of a geek, a little bit of a nerd, a little bit of a gamer, definitely a movie-lover. But I also love to read good books (sci-fi and fantasy mostly) and take long walks in nature (preferably in the mountains of Austria and Switzerland).

My Google passion
I love to keep updated on new technology and the ongoing developments in social media. I'm a big fan of all things Google: Gmail, Google+, Android, Nexus devicesIngress, and I use all of it on a daily basis. In Ingress I chose the Enlightened faction because it suits my progressive outlook at life and my sense of optimism for the future of Mankind. :-)

Travel
I like to travel to new interesting places to experience different sights, sounds and cultures. But I also love to return to my own cosy comfy home again. Countries I've visited so far are: Belgium, Germany, England, France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Greece, Turkey, Cyprus, Jordan, Singapore and The Philippines.

Photography
Late 2011 I bought a mirror-less interchangeable lens camera, the Sony NEX C3, which sports an excellent APS-C sensor. Some nice photos taken with it are shared in this G+ photo album here. Please feel free to visit the album and leave comments on my photos there.

My old hobby: pencil drawing
Some 20 years ago I had a hobby of making pencil drawings of beautiful women. Recently I scanned them and put them in an album. A selection of these drawings are visible publicly here. The full album is not publicly visible because of some nudity. Anyone who likes to view all of the uncensored drawings can just ask me for full access to that album.

Belief, or rather lack thereof
I've been born and raised into a Humanist family. I've attended a Protestant-Christian elementary school, not because of the religion but because their education quality was higher than that of the Catholic and the Public elementary schools situated next to it. 
For the same reason I attended a Catholic secondary school because it was better than the Public secondary school. During my teenager years I got involved with the Pentecostal Church but realised it's not for me. I've also studied about Zen Buddhism which is more a philosophy than a religion. More recently I read an abridged Dutch translation of the Quran to know more about that religion as well. 
But all these ventures into different religions make me realise only more that I am an unbeliever to the core of my being. I can't accept or believe in something that denies or conflicts with scientific findings and generally accepted scientific theories. I also don't entertain superstitions or other irrational fears. I prefer rationality. :-) So if you want to classify me, I'd say I am a Secular Humanist.
For any theist (religious believer) who has questions or doubts, this is a good website to visit and read up about it: God is imaginary.
I'm also not interested in engaging in debates/arguments about religion, for all the possible arguments that theists can come up with have already been countered by far greater minds than me, and in a much better way than I ever could. So, any theist who feels like arguing about his/her faith, please go here instead: So you're a theist who wants to comment on an atheist blog, read this first. 
Bragging rights
Read The Lord of the Rings (in Dutch) when I was 12. Was an early adopter of Google (Search) when everyone else still used Altavista, of Gmail when everyone else still used Hotmail, of G+ when everyone else still used Facebook. Proud owner of an Android phone and an Android tablet.
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Nieuw park met mooie moderne luxe huisjes. Het zwembad is klein en heel beperkt.
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Prachtig vormgegeven museum met een bijzondere collectie klassieke auto's. De indeling met historische ontwikkeling van de auto en classificatie op thema is erg goed gedaan. Hier komen we zeker weer eens terug!
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Mooi kasteel met interessante rondleiding.
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Leuke camping met huisjes, ingerichte tenten en sta-caravans.
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