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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Those are horrible reasonings.

    yet we blindly accept religion because the book is old

    I do not think that is entirely true though. Certainly faith has to play a part in it but I don't think I would consider what I have as a "blind" faith at all. Maybe that is just me.

    I will gladly comment on your pictures. I wasn't sure if I was supposed to do that or not. I really enjoy them though and have a for a while.

    • The blind part is admittedly subjective. The belief is in your "soul" or your "heart" or in some way invisible to the rest of the world. As such it is without external validation.

      A good counter example would be the sun rising every day. I don't just believe that because it has always happened (though that would be a perfectly valid reason for believing it), but because there is a whole bunch of other information about how things rotate around the sun, how the gravitational field affects those things, how fast things rotate, etc. These things are my proof of why things happen. A belief in a god provides no such thing - just a "because my book says so".