Monthly Archive: September 2011

Sep 29 2011

A Foundation built on lies is no foundation at all

Ah! The simpler life of barn dances, buggy ridesand kalashnikov Erin Friar, thinks that religion makes a strong foundation for children. I believe it makes one of the weakest of foundations, because it is a foundation built on the concept of culturally acceptable superstition. To put it into perspective, I had a couple of americans …

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Sep 25 2011

My Imaginary friend can kick your imaginary friend’s arse!

Stay classy christianity This is just stupid, it’s utilising the position of power and of trust to flog superstitious nonsense. It’s rice conversion, utilising your power as a doctor and the trust you have from that relationship and qualification to flog belief. Christianity is no superior to say… Scientology in providing succor to patients. Do …

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Sep 23 2011

Help! Help! I am being oppressed.

Don’t worry Madam! I am a medical student. Let me call you a Waaahmbulance! Prayer doesn’t belong in schools, it’s exclusive. It treats only a specific brand of Christianity as acceptable (I am pretty sure you would consider the song Jerusalem blasphemy and indeed sedition despite being a Church of England hymn) and worse it hurts any …

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Sep 20 2011

NIO is back

Well the charming Camille Marino is back to her old tricks, this time crowing about harassing an 18 year old woman out of a job. It’s lovely to see a bully actively brag about her achievement of tormenting someone working in science till she quit. She posted contact information on her website initiating what appears to be …

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Sep 13 2011

Blinded by Bullshit

Blinded by Science author Matthew Silverstone offers his Scientific Proof that Homeopathy Works. Blinded by Science just seems to be a terrible book. It’s filled with utter nonsense about water memory, vibrations and magnetism (which apparently causes Diabetes, not the failure of insulin production) misrepresenting information produced by the apparently “unrecognised” Sir J. C. Bose (Apparently getting …

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Sep 12 2011

The Falling Man

No Benevolent God wouldlet such a situation even occur. Can you imagine throwing yourself to your death? On 11/9/2001, my father was on the World Trade Centre as a tourist. He had left well before the plane’s struck and was infact in the air so he didn’t realise what had happened but for a few …

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Sep 12 2011

Ten Years On

Paul Krugman is spot on with his analysis of what happened since 11/9. The USA learnt a valuable lesson from 11th of September, 2001. It learnt that there were dangerous people the world over who didn’t see eye to eye with it’s policies. But what it didn’t learn was the reasons for why it was so …

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Sep 10 2011

It’s not my job

“Look, he only wanted to ask a question. Did you ever consider him as a potential person who wished to learn or improve himself or just wanted to know what we actually believed in? He is arguing from a different standpoint from a judeo-christian viewpoint so nothing you have written makes any sense to him. …

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Sep 06 2011

Chikun Soup

I haven’t been posting because I have been laid out with Chikungunya, which is a crazy badass disease. I shall try posting something by the end of next week. Avicenna

Sep 01 2011

Dear Lisa Grossman

(Warning – This post contains graphic images to demonstrate the tactics of the animal liberation movement.) Dear Lisa Grossman With regards to your answers to “A Student” I have some further points to make about what you have stated. It’s a good question you ask- I wish more people would do the same. First of …

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