Monthly Archives: October 2015

Secular Humanistic Jewish Tours and Rabbi Levy’s Cooking

Oct 30, 2015 | | Say something

Wouldn’t it be great to have this happening in every city? Awesome! Highlights Include: Private tours of historic synagogues Walking Tour of Colonial Jewish Philadelphia Secular Humanistic Judaism-focused tour of the National Museum of American Jewish History Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell Opening discussions to start each day led by IISHJ Dean for North America […more]

Personally, I like Harry Potter!

Oct 30, 2015 | | Say something

I like this! This is why I have nothing negative to say about Harry Potter. It’s one of the few shows/series/books that every child should experience. Of course, in my opinion classic Star Trek is the first! Do you want to put an end to bigotry, ultra-nationalism, and racism? It might be easier than you […more]

There is no such thing as permanence – in this universe, at least!

Oct 29, 2015 | | Say something

Do you think that your memories are concrete? Are accurate? Are unchanging? Are you sure that there is no chance that some of them are based on suggestions … by others?! Here is a simple fact of life, that we all must eventually come to accept. There is no such thing as permanence, a form […more]

Cher has it exactly right!

Oct 28, 2015 | | Say something

“Cher @cher wrote: Teen girl in classrm thrown around like rag doll.Every1 on TV saying”we can’t see what she did b4 video”Who gives a flying Fk!!She’s a CHILD * 7:08 PM 26 Oct 15” Yet another video has reached public attention. The scene revealed is a white man with badge and gun accosting a black […more]

Food is free, and should be free.

Oct 27, 2015 | | Say something

Oooh. Oooh. Oooh. I like! I like! I like! Take back control of our world collectively. There is no excuse for anyone ever going hungry, and here is the proof! Free food. If your hungry, then pick some. When you can, plant some plants yourself. Grow food, not lawns and feed society. Why are we […more]

The easy jump from science to pseudoscience – it’s far too easy!

Oct 27, 2015 | | Say something

What is so disappointing about articles like these is the inevitable jump from science to pseudoscience. The science as it is just isn’t enough for these writers. So, they look for pseudoscience, which are theological beliefs disguised as science. No research that I know of, to date, has produced any demonstrable results that consciousness is […more]

Loving homosexual triad relationship – here’s how it works!

Oct 27, 2015 | | Say something

Awesome! This model relationship between three men gives a refreshingly clear perspective on what a relationship is really all about. May they be inspiration to us all – monogamous, polyandrous, polygamist, heterosexual, homosexual … . May their relationship be an example for the up and coming generations! These 3 Gay Men Are in a Successful, […more]

Get your Guru going! … On Skeptic dot Com

Oct 23, 2015 | | Say something

This is exactly “why” I can-not, could not, ever be a Lynne McTaggart (new age guru, reporter pretending to be science researcher) or a Deepak Chopra (new age guru, son of upper class Hinduism pretending to be an authority on science-based spirituality) or a William Tiller (new age scientist guru, actual scientist turned yoga-inspired pseudoscientist) […more]

I am, therefore I think – Where is the evidence of it being otherwise?

Oct 21, 2015 | | Say something

Oooh! Oooh! Oooh! Somebody used my favorite expression to say, “I am, therefore I think.” …. I’m just going to lay this article’s argument down right here. What Happens to Consciousness When We Die The death of the brain means subjective experiences are neurochemistry, not something akin to a God of the gaps argument. […more]

At what point do we stop giving a …

Oct 20, 2015 | | Say something

I have tried to share this post twice, now. Wrote very well worded thoughts both times, and then – “poof” – the post is gone before I could share it. So, … I’m going to leave it at just this – At what point in our lives to do we stop giving a f*ck what […more]