Posts from the ‘Religion’ Category
February 16th, 2011
It seems that the more things change, the more they stay the same. President Obama has now been photographed displaying the "Mano Cornuto" or Satanic Salute, and along with the rest of the worlds power elite, who make a point of publicly displaying this hand gesture, signals that the agenda can continue without pause.
When Ex-President Bush Jr was photographed on multiple occasions displaying this hand signal, he publicly stated that he was just showing his support for the Texas Longhorns.
Well I guess everyone listed below are also fans of that football team...
September 20th, 2010
Sinead O'Connor has always been out spoken and uncompromising in her beliefs, so much so that her highly controversial appearance on NBC's Saturday Night Live in 1992 virtually destroyed her career over night. Up until that moment, Sinead had been a very successful rock artist with a vibrant and growing fan base, all to be washed away by tearing up a picture of the Pope and speaking out against Child Abuse in the Church.
September 18th, 2010
Recently a few of us were on Skype discussing the difference in an individuals freedom of speech depending on the country you reside in. When I questioned how a country like England got its speech regulated to limit hate speech, it was not shocking to learn it passed without any real debate. In my opinion political correctness is used to stifle, limit, or completely avoid debate and communication on very important issues that face us almost everyday.
August 13th, 2010
Phil Senter is a biologist, paleontologist and an atheist, and not surprisingly he is not thrilled at the prospect of increasingly vocal creationists talking smack about Charles Darwin's prestigious theories.
So Phil has decided to take it upon himself to try and convince creationists that they are barking up the wrong tree concerning mankind's origins, and get on board the Darwin express!
May 18th, 2010
Peter John Glynn
Isaac Asimov may be impressed with how the robotics industry has developed over the past few years, but even the great man himself might balk at the latest 'task' assigned to the robots world. A Tokyo couple were married by a white clad robot in a ceremony this week, the I-Fairy creation currently at hire for $68000 from Kokoro of Japan.
Robots ( if you own one) would of course come a lot cheaper than a human priest as robotic needs are simple - a few volts of electricity and a squirt of oil. They don't require a gratuity, are safe around children and don't polish off any of the alcohol bought specifically for guests.
However, with 43 percent of marriages ending in bitter divorce, philosophers may begin to question whether Asimov's first Law of Robotics might apply in conducting wedding ceremonies.
Full Technical Report HERE