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Holy Bible - Best God Damned Version - The Books of Moses by Steve Ebling
“The Hebrew word translated here as “God” is “elohim” and elohim is plural, so the first verse of the Bible should actually read: “In the beginning gods created the heaven and the earth.”
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Everybody Lies by Seth Stephens-Davidowitz
“Ellenberg, a mathematician at the University of Wisconsin, was curious about how many people actually finish books. He thought of an ingenious way to test it using Big Data. Amazon reports how many people quote various lines in books. Ellenberg realized he could compare how frequently quotes were highlighted at the beginning of the book versus the end of the book. This would give a rough guide to readers’ propensity to make it to the end.”
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Atheism Bites by Daniel Ramalho
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I once believed in Santa Claus, but then found out he wasn’t real. Then I believed in god, but found out he wasn’t real either. Finally I believed in science, and went back to check the facts on Santa Claus.
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“God can never be found guilty of a natural catastrophe as long as survivors keep testifying that he was with them the whole time.”
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The God Delusion
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Probably I have been losing a follower or two every time I posted a quote from this book, as the way Dawkins's write are fairly direct and assertive. While I have been fairly upfront about the fact that I'm a secular humanist, at same time I did not ...more
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Edward Snowden
“During my stint in Geneva, whenever a CO would ask me if there was a safer, faster, and all-around more efficient way to do this, I introduced them to Tor.”
Edward Snowden, Permanent Record

Richard Dawkins
“The paradox has often been noted that the United States, founded in secularism, is now the most religiose country in Christendom, while England, with an established church headed by its constitutional monarch, is among the least.”
Richard Dawkins, The God Delusion

“God can never be found guilty of a natural catastrophe as long as survivors keep testifying that he was with them the whole time.”
Daniel Ramalho, Atheism Bites: 100 New Atheistic Aphorisms

Richard Dawkins
“Among their many interesting results was the discovery that religiosity is indeed negatively correlated with education (more highly educated people are less likely to be religious). Religiosity is also negatively correlated with interest in science and (strongly) with political liberalism.”
Richard Dawkins, The God Delusion

Edward Snowden
“Therein lies the project’s irony: here was a US military–developed technology that made cyberintelligence simultaneously harder and easier, applying hacker know-how to protect the anonymity of IC officers, but only at the price of granting that same anonymity to adversaries and to average users across the globe. In this sense, Tor was even more neutral than Switzerland.”
Edward Snowden, Permanent Record

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