Seeing the forum main page spammed with pointless religion threads, I finally realized that the main question is, are humans mad?
Both athiests and thiests are mad, don't you think so?
I've now come up with an idea. It's called the Religion Protocol. It is an agreement signed by athiests and thiests. No more endless pointless debating on religion threads.
Reason: We aren't going to change our views, thus we are heading nowhere but pointlessness.
Once you sign the protocol, it is advised that you do not argue or debate on religion threads. You are not forbidden to post on them though. But you should not argue or debate on them. Please do remember this is a protocol, not a rule. This is just a guideline, if you sign it, it means that you agree not to debate and argue on them. If you choose to do so, then I suggest you should not sign this protocol.
We now need people to sign up.
Religion Protocol Signers
So what is a THIEST Pandaman ?... And an ATHIEST ? If you explain that 2 me , I'll sign
Everything around is so strange,
The human is certainly deranged.
Well I am totally mad... and loving it! Any definition of sane from this crazy world would scare the hell outta me!!
Dude, is all this weirdo stuff an act or are you really weird?
Ok, you mean signing your wuchmacallit protocol - nah, I'll pass. How do you even come up with weirdo stuff like that.
I can't sign it because I am absolutely 100% ready to change my views as soon as I have some evidence presented to me. I will take just about anything actually.
You talk about the protocol but i havent seen it yet,
I need to see its details and i sign, otherwise, i may sign a for a death sentence
Actually can a moderator close this thread? I think I should open a new one instead.
I am with you, there is no need to argue about if God exist or does not exist we will find out sooner or later.
Post in the other thread from now on please. Thanks.
Are humans mad?
I'm not sure
but I know some as thick as a door
they get out of bed
with one thought in their head
and then they don't think anymore!
Sorry ... just left the limerick page!
This from paradise engineering abstract.
The molecular biology of paradise.
"...sadly, if God exists, then He has chosen cunningly to hide His existence from most of His creatures. Indeed a physicist once noted that things make much more sense if you assume the world was created, not by an all-good and all-powerful being, but by a God who is 100 percent malevolent yet only 90 percent effective. Less heretically expressed, if He does lurk benevolently in the background, then one must presumably be confident that He is greater than all of us, not just in the depth, but also the range of His compassion. If so, then He will scarcely favour a more restrictive or mean-spirited project than paradise-engineering - with its commitment to the molecular biology of univeral well-being... Statistically, the bulk of the world's suffering is undergone by members of other species. Sometimes their anguish is ghastly and prolonged. Such suffering doesn't, even notionally, have any redeeming features. It isn't character-building. It never issues in great art and literature. Non-human suffering can't support even the kinds of sophistry we use to rationalise our own ills... Mercifully, as the abolitionist project gathers pace, the pain and malaise of non-humans as well as humans from the Nightmare Era of primordial life is likely to be phased out too. Legacy genomes will be rewritten. The entire global ecosystem will be redesigned. For there is no need to pay homage to the product of selfish genes - as though self-replicating DNA from the old Darwinian era were some sort of secular equivalent to Providence. The genetically pre-programmed well-being of the post-Transition epoch shouldn't, and probably won't, remain arbitrarily species-specific...."
!0% ineffective at being malevolent which would leave 10% that is ineffective and therefore good. Looks about right to me!
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