Skepsos's skepsis

Worms

Posted in Skepsos by skepsos on March 6, 2010

The life of an earthworm is just as valuable as the life of a human. They are both the result of millions of years of evolution and they come from a very long line of chance survivors.
In fact you could say a rock is equally important as a human. Because we both came from the big bang. However: I tend to be nicer to living creatures than I am to most rocks.

Animaltruistic

Posted in Skepsos by skepsos on March 6, 2010

Altruism can be explained through science and evolution, but why do humans like other species so much?
I really love animals, they endear me more than humans, why is that?

Shaved monkeys

Posted in Skepsos by skepsos on March 6, 2010

We think monkeys look cute but I wonder how they perceive us? Aren’t we ugly to them?
And don’t we look rediculously naked with gigantic hairless faces and silly little babyteeth?

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The year of no Lord

Posted in Skepsos by skepsos on March 5, 2010

We should no longer set the birth of a random messias as the year zero. I think we should start our count at a really important event in human history.
Preferably not the birth of one individual, but for example start at zero in the year when ‘The Origin Of Species’ was first published.

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Capitalism I

Posted in Skepsos by skepsos on March 3, 2010

Capitalism is just an economic form of fascist darwinism.

The survival of the fittest doesn’t mean the weakest must die.

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Hello nontheist world!

Posted in News, Skepsos by skepsos on March 1, 2010

What will this blog be for?
I like to be helpful, so here are the keywords: philosophy, evolution, science, ethics, atheism, secular, agnostic, skeptics, religion, debate, spirituality, emotions, bright, Hume, Darwin, Marx, Aristoteles, experiment, Art, culture, queer, gender, sex, identity, activism, emancipation, morality, humanism, computers, internet, future, past, now.

If you like what you see here: feel free to quote me! But please, mention my name. Skepsos.