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Skeptics’ Circle #103: I For One Welcome Our New Insect Overlords…..

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A number of excellent skeptical posts have emerged from their cocoons and egg sacks over at Bug Girl’s Blog. Check it out! The next edition will be hosted right here on January 29. Please send submissions of your best skeptical work to drclayblog AT yahoo DOT com ASAP.

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Written by skepticpedi

January 15, 2009 at 8:44 am

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  1. Back in 1883 Edwin Abbott wrote ‘Flatland’. He uses it to give an understanding of contiguous geometric worlds, each existing at a higher level of dimensions. Today ‘Techie Worlds’ is available. Written for people with a mechanistic understanding of our world, it looks at ridiculous Christian teachings, such as Trinity, soul, resurrection and judgment. In so doing, ‘Techie Worlds’ follows science’s lead in examining phenomena in the light of theory. Contiguous dimensional worlds provide a logical, mechanical explanation for those phenomena.
    So an intelligent, intellectually honest and open-minded person has excellent reason to hold religious views. In the light of Pascal’s wager, people would be foolish to deny Christian teaching or to hold Moslem or pagan beliefs.
    ‘Techie Worlds, Visible & Invisible’ is available from http://www.amazon.com.

    GeorgeRic

    GeorgeRic

    October 8, 2009 at 1:43 pm


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