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★★ We are all atheists/atheistic to ALL Gods (says simple science)
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RE: ★★ We are all atheists/atheistic to ALL Gods (says simple science)
(11th January 2017, 14:35)ProgrammingGodJordan Wrote: Oh, and what errors do you suspect in my advertisement strategy?

Compare your posts to my picture I just linked. I thought that was clear already.
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#52
RE: ★★ We are all atheists/atheistic to ALL Gods (says simple science)
(11th January 2017, 14:35)ProgrammingGodJordan Wrote:
(11th January 2017, 14:25)Stimbo Wrote: If he did, it can't have been for long. The idea of advertising is actually to sell the product.

Oh, and what errors do you suspect in my advertisement strategy?
How shall I purge such suspected errors?

Because you communicate nothing of substance and seem incapable of assessing feedback. Two essential qualities for a communications industry such as advertising.

As to your latter question, purging yourself of these errors is not possible without a healthy dose of introspection, which you have most certainly not demonstrated to anyone here.

Basically, build a bridge and get over yourself.

(11th January 2017, 14:35)ProgrammingGodJordan Wrote:
(11th January 2017, 14:23)Stimbo Wrote: I don't care about your prior responses to other people. You're talking to me now. Are you capable of holding a polite conversation without resorting to cookie-cutter deepity non-answers?

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Ironically, I tend to analyse prior responses, such that I may respond politely absent deepities /non-answers.

INCORRECT.

Irony only applies in this situation if any statement or question I gave can be shown to be ironic. What others may have said and how you may have judged them is irrelevant in my interaction with you, and is a form of the association fallacy mated with a red herring.

Do you want another go?
Emotions are a weakness, used to control you. Remove them.
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#53
RE: ★★ We are all atheists/atheistic to ALL Gods (says simple science)


I am John Cena's hip-hop album.
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#54
RE: ★★ We are all atheists/atheistic to ALL Gods (says simple science)
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(11th January 2017, 14:50)Stimbo Wrote: INCORRECT.

Irony only applies in this situation if any statement or question I gave can be shown to be ironic. What others may have said and how you may have judged them is irrelevant in my interaction with you, and is a form of the association fallacy mated with a red herring.

Do you want another go?

Yes, it is ironic, for your statement contained irony; you appeared to have accused another of 'non-answers', whence it was your expression that was non-answer bound, on the horizon of your ignorance of priorly intentionally unread posts.

In other words, your answers did not reflect that of prior posts, which you intentionally ignored. (As you prior mentioned)

Albeit, you are still yet to express the errors in non-beliefism's premise sequence.
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#55
RE: ★★ We are all atheists/atheistic to ALL Gods (says simple science)
No, my answers contained substance; read them again. Other people picked up on them. I can only draw one conclusion as to why you did not, and it isn't very flattering to you.

My answers "did not reflect prior posts", because I am not responsible for any prior fucking posts, nanobrain. Nor did I "intentionally ignore" them; I am not having someone else's conversation with you. You are displaying breathtaking dishonesty, which is a shame; it totally undermines whatever points you are trying to make. Basically, you are trying far too hard to belittle your interlocutors. One wonders why? (Now that was irony.)

When you have worked through your little condescension tantrum and feel like talking like a grown-up, I'll be here.
Emotions are a weakness, used to control you. Remove them.
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#56
RE: ★★ We are all atheists/atheistic to ALL Gods (says simple science)
(11th January 2017, 14:14)Stimbo Wrote: Individuals can be logical. The species as a whole tends not to be so.

Are you done being arrogant yet?

He still hasn't learned the definition of "especially" and "may", I doubt he understands "can" either.

He seems to think that "beliefs may be logical" means "beliefs necessarily are logical" and he seems to think that "especially religious belief" means "only religious belief".

So yeah... I think he needs to program himself some English.
Our reactions to some of the worst situations can be the most empowering actions we ever take.
Sam Harris Wrote:They think: ”Well, if it’s all determined, why should I do anything? Why just not sit back and see what happens?” To sit back and see what happens is also a choice that has its own consequences. And it’s very difficult to do. You just try staying in your bed all day, waiting for something to happen, you’ll very quickly feel the urge to get up and do something and resisting this impulse will actually take more effort than going with it. It actually becomes harder to do nothing, than to do something, very quickly. So, you can’t step out of this stream of choices and efforts. And, clearly, choice and effort is part of the causal chain of life. If I hadn’t decided to write a book on free will, it wouldn’t have written itself. So effort and discipline and willpower, these are causal states of the brain that beget their own behaviors. And behaviors lead to outcomes in the world. So the choices we make in life are as important as most people think. But the next choice you make will come out of a wilderness of prior causes, that you can’t see, and did not bring into being.
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#57
RE: ★★ We are all atheists/atheistic to ALL Gods (says simple science)
Therefore wherein ergo betwixt and between. Do I sound wise? Come and join my cult.
Emotions are a weakness, used to control you. Remove them.
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#58
RE: ★★ We are all atheists/atheistic to ALL Gods (says simple science)
Epiphenomenologicality.

I am therefore Jesus.
Our reactions to some of the worst situations can be the most empowering actions we ever take.
Sam Harris Wrote:They think: ”Well, if it’s all determined, why should I do anything? Why just not sit back and see what happens?” To sit back and see what happens is also a choice that has its own consequences. And it’s very difficult to do. You just try staying in your bed all day, waiting for something to happen, you’ll very quickly feel the urge to get up and do something and resisting this impulse will actually take more effort than going with it. It actually becomes harder to do nothing, than to do something, very quickly. So, you can’t step out of this stream of choices and efforts. And, clearly, choice and effort is part of the causal chain of life. If I hadn’t decided to write a book on free will, it wouldn’t have written itself. So effort and discipline and willpower, these are causal states of the brain that beget their own behaviors. And behaviors lead to outcomes in the world. So the choices we make in life are as important as most people think. But the next choice you make will come out of a wilderness of prior causes, that you can’t see, and did not bring into being.
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#59
RE: ★★ We are all atheists/atheistic to ALL Gods (says simple science)
(10th January 2017, 10:00)Alex K Wrote: [It's bad enough that I had to switch from LaTeX to MS Office for work X-|

Ouch. That must have been more painful than when I had to take my journal paper and put in loads of American misspellings to fit in with APA's strict style. I had to buy a whole book just on their style of formatting. It was a relief when I made my own version to put on the website and I could correct it all again.

Anyway, too busy writing a paper to argue with PGJ.

I'm currently putting the last touches to a paper that I started writing in 2013 and started designing and coding in 2010. I have very little processing power and can only work on it in my spare time but I feel good about submitting it this Sunday night. All I had to do was download the conference's style file and re-run latex.
Thou shall not suffer a theist to ignore the implications of what they believe in.
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RE: ★★ We are all atheists/atheistic to ALL Gods (says simple science)
(11th January 2017, 15:46)Alasdair Ham Wrote:
(11th January 2017, 14:14)Stimbo Wrote: Individuals can be logical. The species as a whole tends not to be so.

Are you done being arrogant yet?

He still hasn't learned the definition of "especially" and "may", I doubt he understands "can" either.

He seems to think that "beliefs may be logical" means "beliefs necessarily are logical" and he seems to think that "especially religious belief" means "only religious belief".

So yeah... I think he needs to program himself some English.

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Invalid.

Ironically, non-beliefism premise-2, stipulates clearly, that belief is illogical:

http://non-beliefism-info.appspot.com/no...uence.html

Prior quote of mine via PAGE 5:

ProgrammingGodJordan Wrote:Let us break it down:

(1) Belief has the probability of containing non-science/nonsense. 
(ie belief MAY contain non-science)


(2) Logic/science does not have the probability of containing non-science.
(ie logic/science MAY NOT contain non-science)

(3) ie.... scientific-evidence does not have the probability of containing non-scientific-evidence.
(ie scientific evidence MAY NOT contain non-scientific evidence)

(4) So belief is illogical.
(ie belief MAY contain non-science, where as logic/science can't contain non-science, so belief is clearly illogical)

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Prior quote of mine via PAGE 3:

ProgrammingGodJordan Wrote: 
Non-beliefism/basis[ii]:

Belief may constitute non-science.

Logic/science in contrast, shan’t encode non-science.

…ie scientific evidence shan’t contain non-scientific-evidence.

Thereafter, it is illogical to believe.
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In contrast, it is observable, that faith bound belief, is of supposedly absolute nature; ie theists supposedly believe in Gods.

At that juncture, the human race is inherently atheistic, for humanity regards events as probable, rather than true/absolute, as far as science prescribes.
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