I registered Disabled Thoughts as a business at my local county clerk. I intend for it to be a business for me to use for my writing and web work. Since I am majoring in psychology now (why I never did before I don’t know), I expect to possibly do counseling for the disabled at […]Read More The new “Disabled Thoughts”
Bravo Suzanne, this is a very well done piece. It really speaks to me; as strange as that may initially seem, it truly does. I’m sure your intent was to speak to certain people, even if you didn’t know exactly who they were (or maybe you did (-:). I really do envy you, Suzanne. From […]Read More Don’t give up yet…
What these clever little monikers mean to me.Read More Professionally skeptical and eternally academic
Progress is the future.Read More The wave of the future
If you like to be controversial or to write about research, then I want to talk to you about collaboration.Read More Contributors wanted!
Okay the story goes as follows: everyone starts with an empty jar. This jar represents the things that they can accomplish in any given situation. You start out with an empty jar and the first thing you take care of are the important things. You fill up your jar with the important things, but the jar […]Read More Everyone has a “jar”…
Atheists, atheism, anything away from the normalcy of religious indoctrination, have been shunned and vilified by nearly every society throughout human history, with the exception of Communists and Communism. That is one of the key components of people’s distaste for it. Stalin was an atheist, Marx was an atheist, practically every prominent atheist in history has […]Read More This is an exciting time in human history
There is an interesting study out this week by two University of Kentucky researchers that the number of atheists may be twice as large as previously estimated. The number may be closer to 26 percent — an fascinating prospect given the politics surrounding faith-based initiatives and policies. As I have previously discussed, both parties have […] […]Read More This is a scary trend for the religious right, but it makes me happy
There is no agreed definition of God. Some say He is infinite, others say He is maximal, others say He’s just powerful. Some say God is the creator and don’t elaborate at all. But the one characteristic that many religious people do seem to agree on is that God is good. It is not that […] […]Read More Interesting…
New atheism and how it spreads.Read More Glad I’m not the only nonbeliever who does this.