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Chinese millionaire, Liu Dejian, has built an office headquarters designed to look like the Starship Enterprise from his beloved TV and movie series. The building is located in Fujian Province.
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The NX-01? He's not a REAL trekkie!
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We only use 10% of our brain. We evolved from chimps. Dairy foods increase mucous. Pfffff! These and 45 other myths & misconceptions debunked. Solidly.
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While the idea of raising the minimum wage is broadly popular, efforts to do so at the national level have stalled. We gathered key facts looking at the issue.
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  Are gay people born gay? Or is sexual orientation a choice? Well? What do you think? Which one is it? That question, that one right there, is the first question I want asked of each and every candidate for President of the ...
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Why don't we hear more about Grace Hopper?
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Daydreamer and purveyor of contradiction
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Formerly: Howard..., Currently: Pot Stirrer Extraordinaire..., Future: That Bitchy Old Retired Woman that Travels All The Goddamn Time
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I love chocolate, pizza and carrot cake. And vintage poster art. If you intend to bribe me, those are good places to start.
Introduction

First of all, if you expect to be circled back, put something on your profile, for christ's sake!  This isn't Twitter, I need to know a little about who you are first. 

So now, if you're trying to figure out if you want to circle me, try this:  Answer a  few ‘yes or no’ questions about religion.  It's fairly straightforward, so you’ll probably know right away what you’re decision will be.  Here you go:

1. Do you believe the Bible is the unerring word of God?  (Unerring = entirely accurate and correct, making no mistakes.)  Yes___  No___

2. If you answered yes, do you believe the Bible when it states that only those that are ‘saved’ will go to heaven, everyone else is damned?  Yes___ No___

3. If yes, then would it also be true that, if non-believers are damned and go to hell, they must actually deserve to be in hell otherwise God would not send them there?  Yes___ No___

Conclusion:  If your answers are yes, then I don’t think you and I will be friends.  What you are essentially saying is, you believe Jeffery Dahmer and Andrea Yates deserve to be in heaven because they supposedly repented their sins, yet I *deserve* to be in hell because I don't believe in your particular god?  It’s one thing to think I’m going to hell, it’s another to think I *deserve* it – that I am worthy of eternal torment.  

That’s truly, truly awful.  Anyone who believes such a thing is not someone with which I can have polite conversations.  And this little quiz is just for starters, it gets harder from here.


Okay, so are you still reading?  Here's a little more stuff if you're interested:

Born in NC, raised in MI, live in FL. Married for 32 years, one adult son. Former banker, became a full time tree farmer in '98.  It wasn't my life's ambition, but somehow it turned out that way.

I love travel. If I had the funds, I'd be off somewhere exploring every other month. 

I love gizmos and gadgets. On several occasions I've taken my phone to bed with me and fallen asleep while looking for new apps or playing Scrabble.  My tablet plays podcasts while I fall asleep, and they're usually still running when I wake up.  Sometimes I have the strangest dreams, I guess listening to Neil DeGrasse Tyson and Brian Dunning, even on low volume, creeps in there a little bit and fucks with my brain.

I cuss.  A lot.  

A few more caveats:  I am currently interested in all things secular/atheist and post a LOT about it.  
My purpose is NOT to actively try to change anyone's mind (although that would certainly be a nice bonus); I'm simply deeply interested in secularism/atheism at the moment.  If it's a problem for you, don't fucking circle me.  You won't hurt my feelings, trust me.  I'll sleep like I'm in a coma without you.

Also, you should expect to get blocked right away if 1) it appears you're looking for a sexual encounter (not that there's anything wrong with that, it's just not my thing and I don't want to be hassled), or 2) if the first paragraph of your profile says anything like "god is great" or "there is no other god but allah" or some stupid shit anything remotely like that.  I agree that I'm not being very open-minded about your beliefs.  Tough shit.  I gotta put up with that insanity from my family, but not from you. If you have real, testable evidence of a supreme being that can be verified and peer reviewed, take it to a national journal or submit it to the Randi Foundation and get your million dollars.  In the meantime, fuck off.

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We somehow managed to raise one of the finest, most intelligent human beings on the planet. I don't know how we did it, but we are SO glad and SO proud of him. If you meet him in NYC, please tell him his mom misses him every minute of every day, and loves him more. Maybe even sing a little "Over The Rainbow" to him if you have time. Oh, and if you need a professional tutor, he's your man. Let me know and I'll try to hook you up.
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Astrobiology Has Not Made the Case for God - The New Yorker
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Arguing that God exists because many cosmic mysteries remain unsolved is intellectually lazy in the extreme.

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Americans United for Separation of Church & State
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AU protects separation of church and state and religious liberty for all Americans.

University
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A continuous investigation of Math, Science, Philosophy, Logic, and each facet of the universe

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Sebastian River student's arrest story goes viral
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An online petition to stop the prosecution of 18-year-old Kaitlyn Hunt has more than 42,000 signatures.

I get email: A Christian Christian!
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All the reprimands, prayers, chastisements, and denigrations of evolution I receive from religious people recede into obscurity when I get s

BOINC
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Volunteer your spare computrons for scientific research!

Secular Video Network
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The Secular Video Network is a free online televsion network featuring programming on science, atheism and skeptical inquiry.

The Google+ Project
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The Google+ project makes sharing online more like sharing in real life. Take the interactive tour for a quick look at five of the first key

Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science
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The Official G+ Page of the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason and Science

Aquaculture company set to break ground in Fellsmere next week
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Florida Organic Aquaculture is expected to begin construction next week. The company will hire between 60-70 workers.

Secular powered Reason Rally coming to save America
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My eyes were bulging wide, my mouth was hung open and I nearly fell out of my chair. During a recent debate, the Archbishop of Canterbury ad

The Most Futuristic Predictions That Came True in 2012
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mygodlesslife: Christianity unravelled
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If we are to accept Jesus as our lord and saviour, we should be careful to examine the reasons for our doing so. To ignore, or to gloss over

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