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Keep the internet Free and Open to all

Started Jan 30, 2014 0 Replies

Click here to sign the petition to Keep the internet free. Together, our community has built on that…Continue

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Stop Tony Abbot from fanning the fires of climate change.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Lutz Aug 25, 2014. 6 Replies

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A Solution for Syria

Started this discussion. Last reply by Chris Sep 7, 2013. 2 Replies

Syria's bloody war has been fuelled by rivalry between Iran, Assad's main backer, and the US and their allies. But this vile chemical attack has changed their discourse: Iran’s new moderate president…Continue

Tags: USA, Iran, gas, Syria

It’s unbelievable, but Monsanto and Co. are at it again.

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These profit-hungry biotech companies have found a way to gain exclusive control over the seeds of life – the source of our food. They’re trying to patent away varieties of our everyday vegetables…Continue

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Mrs.B commented on Davy's group Cuisine L'Internationale
"OKOKOKOK.........I'll be right there to bake them!!!!!!! Hahahaha!!"
5 minutes ago
Chris commented on Davy's group Cuisine L'Internationale
"I appoligize for the rudness of my Bass joke."
7 minutes ago
Stephen commented on Davy's group Cuisine L'Internationale
"we in the UK eat quite a lot of a fish called Rock Salmon but the name is a misnomer its actually called a Dog Fish (small shark) most eat it with batter but its great steamed as well. And of course being a shark it hasn't any bones as such…"
21 minutes ago
Chris commented on Davy's group Cuisine L'Internationale
"A friend of mine caught a stripper (no not a stripper) a striper a bass along his pier and made cavier from the eggs.  Home made caviar was delicious."
23 minutes ago
Chris commented on Davy's group Cuisine L'Internationale
"Along the Colimbia River between Oregon and Washington State.  There is a bounty on some fish, one of which is really bony but if cooked slowly the bones desove. When added to a curry, or salsa it's really good."
30 minutes ago
Stephen commented on Davy's group Cuisine L'Internationale
"These are adult eels, and are cooked so that the flesh just fall away and you eat the jelly. It tastes so fresh"
36 minutes ago
Chris commented on Davy's group Cuisine L'Internationale
"Fried baby eels and sucker fish are someting I find difficult to digest, though anything when prepaired right is edible. "
39 minutes ago
Stephen commented on Davy's group Cuisine L'Internationale
"Jellied eels a wonderful summer starter. Chilled crisp white wine to go with it "
52 minutes ago
Stephen commented on Davy's group Cuisine L'Internationale
"Sounds Delicious but someone must bake them for me"
58 minutes ago
Mrs.B commented on Davy's group Cuisine L'Internationale
"1 1/2 cup warm water 1 tbsp. powdered milk 1 tbsp. honey 1 rounded tsp. yeast, let dissolve in the liquid for 5 minutes. ----------------------------------------------------------------------- 1/2 tsp. sea salt 1 egg 1/4 cup melted butter, stir…"
1 hour ago
Chris commented on Davy's group Cuisine L'Internationale
"Perhaps dividing the Chabata it into sandwich size loafs would work better. Please provide your no knead bun recipie Mrs. B. My great Aunt from Norway baked the best breakfast rolls."
15 hours ago
Chris commented on Davy's group Cuisine L'Internationale
"I made the no knead chabata bread a couple of times, but found the crust was tough.  When I baked it I threw about a 1/4 cup of water in the oven towards the end of the baking time. I tried making it with a 1/4 cup of water sitting on the…"
15 hours ago
Mrs.B commented on Davy's group Cuisine L'Internationale
"That crust seemed tough to me when that guy sliced it. For one thing, I never bake bread at 425*, & that is way too much time for a loaf that size & at that temperature as far as I'm concerned. I do my full loaves for 35 minutes at 350*…"
15 hours ago
Mrs.B commented on Davy's group Cuisine L'Internationale
"Yum!"
16 hours ago
Chris commented on Davy's group Cuisine L'Internationale
"There is a cooking show here in the states called "America's Test Kitchen." They say to make crispy batter for shrimp, or fish use Vodka rather than water with the flour because it doesn't allow the gluten to form. I tried the…"
16 hours ago
Chris commented on Davy's group Cuisine L'Internationale
"No Knead Chabata Bread. "
20 hours ago

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Mainline Protestant
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What brought you to Atheist Universe?
To find out information to combat the rising tide of Creationism!

Odds and Sods

CHOOSE YOUR WORDS CAREFULLY, FOR THEY DEFINE WHO YOU ARE!!

"The less people think the more they talk." 

“Nullius in Verba”, or “Nobody’s word is final”

 

 

 

 

Universal Declaration of Human Rights,

“Everyone shall have the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion. This right shall include freedom to have a religion or whatever belief of his [her] choice.”

Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 18

 

 

sacredness of Life

Whether a person is reverent depends on essentially upon whether he or she accepts the principle of the sacredness of Life,any way that he or she defines sacred.

For those that love to read.

Project Gutenberg - http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Main_Page

The site to read 39,000 books on site or download for free. Read books from the 1800's and see where science was at then, Authors such as Chas. Darwin, A.R. Wallace and J.Tyndall to name a few. Explore the site and enjoy.

Biodiversity Heritage Library-http://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/

This site has more public domain books that can be downloaded it deals a lot with the Flora and Fauna Sciences as well as general interest subjects.

 

Science widget from the ABC (OZ)

 

 

Want to know more about Australian Flora and Fauna then go to this site.

It is called Atlas of Living Australia. 

With this site you can find out what Flora and Fauna within an area, and gives links to the description of the animal, plant or bird.

 

 

 

 

 

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At 5:20pm on June 8, 2016, Stephen said…

Happy Birthday Davy, I hope you have a great day, Enjoy it mate.

At 12:54pm on June 3, 2016, Nathaniel Turner said…
Thank You for the birthday wish in '04. A little late I know but thanks all the same.
At 8:12pm on May 14, 2016, Lester Unega Waya said…
At 6:31pm on December 5, 2015, Adriana said…

Thank you Davy, I hope all is well!

At 3:47pm on September 14, 2015, Mrs.B said…

Thank you Davy.

Yes, we live in the middle of the province away from the larger centers & we are quite comfortable here. Its also gorgeous!

We only hear about the Ukraine from the tv news & of course we never know how accurate the reports are.

Thanks again for the welcome, & its great to meet you!

At 4:08am on June 10, 2015, Neal said…

A belated happy birthday from Michigan as well. =)

At 12:26pm on June 8, 2015, Stephen said…

Happy Birthday Davy i hope you've had a lovely day and a sweet cake for a sweet guy.                                                                                                                     

At 7:07pm on May 16, 2015, Freethinker 31 said…

Hi Davey...Thanks for the welcome....I see you are from Ukraine....My Grandparents emigrated  to the U.S. from Odessa, Ukraine in early 1900's...:-)        Take care, hope to see you in here soon...

At 9:29pm on May 12, 2015, Chris said…

The following article exposes a false news narrative in the U.S. and perhaps elsewhere.

"Why The Ukraine Crisis is the West's Fault" Foreign Affairs by John J. Marsheimer.

At 1:41am on February 15, 2015, Lester Unega Waya said…

Davy's Blog

A Few Thoughts.

Posted on February 19, 2012 at 7:49am 11 Comments

A Few Thoughts.

Just a few of my thoughts about observations I have made and what I have learnt through my life!

What amazes me are people whether religious or not who wear blinkers. The blinkers being:- Either believing with jaundiced vision in unproven words of men from long ago or believing with jaundiced vision in proven words of men, of yore and today.

Both religion and…

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When is a Christmas tree not a Christmas tree?

Posted on November 12, 2011 at 3:30am 9 Comments

For all you Atheists that like having a tree up in December fear not Christmas trees are what theists put up in december  Wikipedia has a good article on it and this is the introducty two paragraphs from it. The Christians commandeered what was a pagan religious festival!

Yule or Yuletide ("Yule-time") is a winter festival that was initially celebrated by the…

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