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The SecularNow Society Oh Come All Ye Faithless! 2019-02-01T07:09:27 https://www.secularnow.xyz/app.php/feed 2019-02-01T07:09:27 2019-02-01T07:09:27 https://www.secularnow.xyz/viewtopic.php?t=33&p=116#p116 <![CDATA[Meme 'Em All • Re: Cthulhu Eats A Snickers]]> Statistics: Posted by Rick — February 1st, 2019, 7:09 am


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2019-01-31T18:06:05 2019-01-31T18:06:05 https://www.secularnow.xyz/viewtopic.php?t=33&p=115#p115 <![CDATA[Meme 'Em All • Cthulhu Eats A Snickers]]>

Statistics: Posted by Noah Spersions — January 31st, 2019, 6:06 pm


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2019-01-30T21:52:58 2019-01-30T21:52:58 https://www.secularnow.xyz/viewtopic.php?t=32&p=114#p114 <![CDATA[Meme 'Em All • Things Coyotes do]]>

Statistics: Posted by Noah Spersions — January 30th, 2019, 9:52 pm


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2019-01-29T18:38:46 2019-01-29T18:38:46 https://www.secularnow.xyz/viewtopic.php?t=31&p=113#p113 <![CDATA[Meme 'Em All • The hindus were nice to us]]>

Statistics: Posted by Noah Spersions — January 29th, 2019, 6:38 pm


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2019-01-27T04:12:29 2019-01-27T04:12:29 https://www.secularnow.xyz/viewtopic.php?t=29&p=112#p112 <![CDATA[Hinduism • Re: Tulsi Gabbard]]> Statistics: Posted by Rick — January 27th, 2019, 4:12 am


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2019-01-26T22:16:22 2019-01-26T22:16:22 https://www.secularnow.xyz/viewtopic.php?t=29&p=111#p111 <![CDATA[Hinduism • Re: Tulsi Gabbard]]>
What I object to is her history with the LGTB community.
It's a good thing that her history is just that: history.
Time will tell.

Statistics: Posted by Noah Spersions — January 26th, 2019, 10:16 pm


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2019-01-26T22:08:12 2019-01-26T22:08:12 https://www.secularnow.xyz/viewtopic.php?t=30&p=110#p110 <![CDATA[Meme 'Em All • Re: Best of Rodin]]> Statistics: Posted by Rick — January 26th, 2019, 10:08 pm


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2019-01-26T21:59:22 2019-01-26T21:59:22 https://www.secularnow.xyz/viewtopic.php?t=28&p=109#p109 <![CDATA[Science Leads! • Re: Recent Study Seems to Model Panspermia as Being Likely]]> Statistics: Posted by Rick — January 26th, 2019, 9:59 pm


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2019-01-26T21:57:27 2019-01-26T21:57:27 https://www.secularnow.xyz/viewtopic.php?t=29&p=108#p108 <![CDATA[Hinduism • Re: Tulsi Gabbard]]>
Virtue and vice do not go about saying - here we are!; neither the Gods, Gandharvas, nor ancestors can convince us - this is right, this is wrong; virtue is an elusive concept, it demands careful and sustained reflection by every man and woman before it can become part of one's life.
A life that is not dogmatic, that has the freedom to examine critically situations as they come? If a person must be (poly)theistic, that sort of freedom is probably the best way to go about it.
What I object to is her history with the LGTB community.
It's a good thing that her history is just that: history.

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2019-01-26T18:30:55 2019-01-26T18:30:55 https://www.secularnow.xyz/viewtopic.php?t=29&p=107#p107 <![CDATA[Hinduism • Re: Tulsi Gabbard]]> As for being religious as a plus in a candidate, I can't imagine a scenario where it will add to the public discourse. We have more than enough of pols now trying to insert "god" in everything. I long for the day when that is gone to the dustbin of useless superstitions where it belongs.

Statistics: Posted by Noah Spersions — January 26th, 2019, 6:30 pm


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2019-01-26T15:18:21 2019-01-26T15:18:21 https://www.secularnow.xyz/viewtopic.php?t=30&p=106#p106 <![CDATA[Meme 'Em All • Best of Rodin]]>
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2019-01-26T08:36:28 2019-01-26T08:36:28 https://www.secularnow.xyz/viewtopic.php?t=29&p=105#p105 <![CDATA[Hinduism • Tulsi Gabbard]]>
In my vision of a SecularNow, one’s religion would be entirely irrelevant in seeking public offices, but it also allows for the idea that religion does help color a person’s actions, for better or worse.

What, if anything, about Hinduism might help Gabbard be a better candidate and, unlikely, a better President?

Is there any downside, specifically, to be on the look out for sue to her beliefs?

Statistics: Posted by Rick — January 26th, 2019, 8:36 am


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2019-01-25T13:38:30 2019-01-25T13:38:30 https://www.secularnow.xyz/viewtopic.php?t=28&p=104#p104 <![CDATA[Science Leads! • Re: Recent Study Seems to Model Panspermia as Being Likely]]>
"Two studies involving the isolation of bacterial spores, either from the abdomen of extinct bees preserved in amber or from a brine inclusion in an old salt crystal from the Permian Salado formation, suggest that bacterial spores can remain viable for up to 250 million years. Thus, bacterial spores could potentially account for life on earth.
But are there bacterial spores floating through space? One study focused on the heat radiation emitted from Halley’s Comet's dust particles as the comet approached the sun. The particles' radiation fingerprint corresponded surprisingly well to that of bacteria heated to elevated temperatures – no material other than bacteria matched the observed spectrum. As comets are known to have collided with Earth at different points in the past, this observation presents an interesting argument for panspermia. While this study does not provide conclusive evidence for presence of life in outer space, it does raise the possibility that our galaxy may be littered with bacterial spores."
[citation: https://www.helix.northwestern.edu/arti ... mia-theory ]

Statistics: Posted by Noah Spersions — January 25th, 2019, 1:38 pm


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2019-01-25T13:25:15 2019-01-25T13:25:15 https://www.secularnow.xyz/viewtopic.php?t=26&p=103#p103 <![CDATA[Meme 'Em All • Re: At The Salon]]> Statistics: Posted by Noah Spersions — January 25th, 2019, 1:25 pm


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2019-01-25T04:34:44 2019-01-25T04:34:44 https://www.secularnow.xyz/viewtopic.php?t=27&p=102#p102 <![CDATA[Ethics and Philosophy • Re: A Controversial Idea]]>
But when they happen, they are mildly comforting at least.

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