Skepsos's skepsis

Such a waste

Posted in Skepsos by skepsos on July 28, 2010

I’m sure the number of trees that were cut down to make those silly crucifixes, is enough to generate oxygen for our entire planet for at least a hundred years.

Out of time

Posted in Skepsos by skepsos on April 24, 2010

Today, when I was shitting in the toilet, I had quite a marvellous idea.
I don’t think time exists. At least: not in the way we percieve it.
For example: we sometimes ask: what was there BEFORE the universe came into being? The latest reply is that it’s quite possible a multiverse exists and that we are only one of many. Our universe may even have come about because of two different universes colliding, and therefore the collision of two different sets of laws-of-physics.
This makes me think that the nature of our universe and the nature of time as we know it, is not a definate.
We might never be able to test this hypothisis, since we and our instruments are made up of a  certain mass, weight, energy and… time. We cannot step outside of our own linear time.
This is another thing: if time DOES exist, perhaps time is not linear at all. It may be repetitive or spiral shaped.
In quantum physics we’ve found out that there are particles who can be in a different location at exactly the same time. But what if that ‘exactly the same time’ is not the same time at all? I’d like to see astronomists, physists and mathmeticians putting that into their equations and something beautiful might come out.
If time is not linear, our universe has no beginning or end. And that means we could be living in an infinitely small unmeasarable segment of time.

And if there is no beginning, there is no creation or creator either.

The atheist evolution

Posted in Skepsos by skepsos on April 23, 2010

Atheism should be the next step in human evolution.
We can’t judge cave men (and women) for having invented religion. Consider these poor big brained creatures: they were naturally inclined to have investigative minds. They couldn’t help but wonder about the cause of everything surrounding them. I think it’s a type of questioning that is inevitable once a living organism becomes superconscious.
When you become aware of yourself and your surroundings you cannot help to ask where sunshine, rain and death comes from. The explanation will at first be: someone did this, a god.
Only if you investigate further, one can find: sunshine comes from a star, rain comes from the clowds and death is corrosion.
Now, since we are not cave men (or cave women or cave transgenders) anymore: isn’t it time we set aside our first hypotheses completely?

Baby Ban

Posted in Skepsos by skepsos on March 4, 2010

I dislike children and I think new ones shouldn’t be produced within the next 20 years – this would solve a lot of problems.

Ghostly science

Posted in Skepsos by skepsos on March 4, 2010

I don’t believe in ghosts. They could exist, but only as just some kind of quantum mechanic anomaly that will pretty soon be explained through the superstring theory.

His Noodely Appendage

Posted in Skepsos by skepsos on March 4, 2010

All these ridiculous beliefs and conspiracies… I almost hope one day the Flying Spagghetti Monster will come down to earth and reveal Itself as the one true and only god.
He will probably say “Oh and by the way: I built the pyramids, because you surely did not expect the Africans could’ve done this themselves?”

World Wide Wonderful

Posted in Skepsos by skepsos on March 3, 2010

Internet does not make us stupid, it enables me to watch a documentary on my TV with my left eye and immediately google every desired piece of background information on my iPhone with my right eye.

Body fascism

Posted in Skepsos by skepsos on March 3, 2010

People say our genepool is becoming spoiled because humans that become ill don’t die through natural selection anymore.
I say: in this society we don’t need to have healthy bodies anymore, our brain is our most important asset.

Hello nontheist world!

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

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