Feedback and Notes

 No Gods

Latest Activity

Stephen replied to Lutz's discussion Freud caught with furfies - finally yes yes yes
"Interesting"
4 hours ago
Stephen replied to Lutz's discussion Protecting Information Space from Facebook’s Tyranny Author: Ulson Gunnar
"Zuckerberg just got lucky. He started Facebook as a site that pimped Co-Eds to his student friends.…"
5 hours ago
Stephen left a comment for George
"Happy Birthday, George. Have a great day"
5 hours ago
Stephen left a comment for Garry Graham
"Happy Birthday Garry Have a great day"
5 hours ago
Stephen left a comment for Jeanette Joyce Steck
"Happy Birthday Joyce. Have a great day""
5 hours ago
Stephen commented on Doone's group Earth, Canada and a Scump Sharpie Affected World News
5 hours ago
Mrs.B commented on Doone's group Earth, Canada and a Scump Sharpie Affected World News
"Sounds like some truth to that."
11 hours ago
Stephen commented on Doone's group Earth, Canada and a Scump Sharpie Affected World News
11 hours ago
Stephen commented on A Former Member's group Animal | Vegetable | Mineral | Fungus or Scump or Boris
"Now that's specializing, the aye-with its long finger"
12 hours ago
Mrs.B commented on A Former Member's group Animal | Vegetable | Mineral | Fungus or Scump or Boris
"Some things are just so weird."
12 hours ago
Doone commented on A Former Member's group Animal | Vegetable | Mineral | Fungus or Scump or Boris
"The giant aye-aye (Daubentonia robusta) was 2-2.5 times bigger than the present-day…"
12 hours ago
Ana Pirs replied to Neal's discussion Vegetables in the group Vegetarian and Vegan Atheists
"Hi! I'm a fan of Baked Cauliflower Buffalo Bites Try!)) "
13 hours ago
Ana Pirs commented on Sydni Moser's group Vegetarian and Vegan Atheists
"Hi! I'm a fan of Baked Cauliflower Buffalo Bites Try!)) "
13 hours ago
Clayton Rhofes commented on Clayton Rhofes's blog post Can a native Arabic speaker clarify this
"I been an ex-mooze now for a while,(dear muslims shut the fuck up,i dont want to talk about your…"
14 hours ago
Clayton Rhofes commented on Clayton Rhofes's blog post Can a native Arabic speaker clarify this
"Muslims told me that i am stupid and cant understand simple words,sorry for accidently converting…"
14 hours ago
Clayton Rhofes posted blog posts
14 hours ago
Doone commented on Doone's group Earth, Canada and a Scump Sharpie Affected World News
"From TPM about the recent Isreali elections With 98% of the vote counted, Benny Gantz and Blue and…"
15 hours ago
Mrs.B commented on Doone's group Earth, Canada and a Scump Sharpie Affected World News
"That's disgusting, Stephen."
16 hours ago
Mrs.B replied to Lutz's discussion Protecting Information Space from Facebook’s Tyranny Author: Ulson Gunnar
"I don't like flakebook at all."
18 hours ago
Doone commented on Doone's group Earth, Canada and a Scump Sharpie Affected World News
"In 2017, scientists found a new species of orangutan (P. Scumpis) in remote offices of Washington-…"
18 hours ago

We are a worldwide social network of freethinkers, atheists, agnostics and secular humanists.

I Know that I Know; that I Know that I Know!

Over the years “religious” acquaintances of mine have defended their supernatural beliefs by saying, “I know that I know; that I know that I know.”  For me, this is an  egotistical defense of  stupidity. Their use of “I know” is basically a sandbagging defense mechanism since there is no way to logically and factually defend supernatural nonsense. Isn’t it futile to try to make sense out of nonsense? Supernaturalism is the absurdity of saying, “there is absolutely no way I can scientifically and logically defend my belief system, but I stand by and defend it anyway.” Isn’t it kind of absurd to defend the indefensible? My standard answer for those who believe in virgin births, corpses rising from the dead, saints and sinners, devils and hellfire is, “I know, that you know, that there is no way deep-down you can possibly believe that bullshit.” I know, that you know, that anyone who allows themselves to critically think can be that goddamn  stupid. I emphatically state, “Why supernatural when Nature is so amazing!” Why an invented superbeing from a supernatural world that has brought endless cruelty, misery, fighting, and disunity to the human world

Views: 38

Nice Comment

You need to be a member of Atheist Universe to add comments!

Join Atheist Universe

Comment by JeanMarie on June 2, 2019 at 12:21am

Sing it, Chris!!

Comment by Chris on May 31, 2019 at 4:55am

A Friend of mine said that the more I know the more I know I don't know. Eventually I'll know everything about nothing.

Of course it was more complicated than that.

Comment by Stephen on April 14, 2019 at 10:15am

The worst argument coming from the religious is the circular one. I know its true because it says so in the Bible or the Quran, they can't both be right, and what's the odds they are both wrong?

I know its true because I know it's true.

© 2019   Created by Atheist Universe.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Privacy Policy  |  Terms of Service