August 30, 2011

Respected Astronomer Predicts the End of the World



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3 comments:

  1. I don't call myself atheist. I'm an apathist. There might or might not be a God, I don't care.

    Also, I accept that science can never prove nor disprove God.

    Also, I read things I don't believe every day. Newspapers, government announcements and so on. Increasingly, New Scientist.

    And I believe in an afterlife because I've seen it (not the heavenly version, a rather more grubby earthly version so far).

    So, when do I get my $1.6 million?

    I'll take a cheque.

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  2. Is New Scientist one you like, or disbelieve more and more?

    I thought it was hypocritical of Rees to denounce astrology as rubbish, then make his own predictions that aren't even based on his field of expertise.

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  3. I used to like New Scientist but it's become a politically correct hack-rag in recent years. Global warming, all the health-nut control freakery, they support it all without question and allow no dissent.

    It was better before it became political.

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