Monthly Archives: April 2013

Religion in comparison

If we take a moment to compare religion to other freedoms of human belief then we find a stark contrast. People say they are entitled to their religious beliefs. I disagree. That’s not to say that people aren’t entitled to … Continue reading

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Alternatives to religion (in progress)

This will be the first post I make where the content may evolve as I gather more information. My Twitter account @MnemoniXs bas become, depending on my mood; an anonymous place I can ridicule belief, a place for me to … Continue reading

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A non-spiritual journey

As an Englishman (well okay; boy) learning Aikido a few years ago (cue suddenly feeling old), I was exposed to a very eastern philosophy; that of ‘ki’ (or ‘qi’ or ‘chi’ depending on country and region. I recommend reading up … Continue reading

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The power of religion

It has no place on modern earth. It was a stepping stone to inquiry. We are there now and we can drop it. It has been the cause of much hate and death, but as the more forward thinking used … Continue reading

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Fake History

If you bury a coin in your garden, then dig it up a week later… If you move into a new house, renovate the basement and find old barrel hoops under the floor.. If we build a car park and … Continue reading

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Context

If we all die: We all die. In the end it doesn’t matter. We existed.. and that’s fucking awesome. 13.77 billion years in the making and just look at all the amazing, improbable things that have happened, are still happening.. … Continue reading

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Language

Warning: The following contains purposefully bad mathematics. The “semantic hairsplitting” I “engage in” is because the problem with some people is the manipulation of language to suit their point of view and because at the root of religion is someone … Continue reading

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