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Then let us address humans in this world. For the world to have evolved to the stage we are at now, we had to be curious as a species in some degree. In this, we discover instances of situations and circumstances we eventually designate as "Science". In our search of "Science", and a means to express it in human terms, we ask several questions.
These questions are "Who","What",Where","When", "How", and "why". As humans, in a world where God never existed, we exist as a paradox. In this world, man has decided to sit still for centuries by either NOT asking the question of Why (then where did they get philosophy) or sitting on the question as it couldn't be answered.
I believe the conundrum here lies in the fact that you miss this important bit of information. This world cannot exists. Given that man has several questions they do not have answers for, we come up with one and whittle it down to find a much more acceptible and observable answer. Given all of that, God couldn't have NOT existed, and you can at least see the reasons for the concept of such things. Whether you believe in a God or not, generations and generations of humans who are designed biologically to construct meaning from our world would infact stop seeking an answer for a question that sits upon their minds and lips.
Whether you believe in God or not, any answer you give me or others will be just as valid. Why is something you cannot have answered no matter how often you ask, unless there is something with intention to answer. At the end of the day, when the lights go out, when you breathe the final breathe, this might very well be that ever present nudge on your core. God or not, I find the question VERY intriguing and enough to drive searches through the other questions of discovery. -The Adam]]>
I believe my logic will somehow get to "why must you take life so fast" inasmuch as it will hit other avenues.
See, I said "hit" and "avenue" in the same sentence. Freakish.
THE ADAM asserts that there is a god (type/religion unspecified).
I don't believe in a god.
In the cartoon history of the universe a character looks to the sky and thinks, "Sky is beautiful." Up until that point everything had been going pretty well for humans. Then the same character in the next frame asks, "Who make sky?" And this is where things pretty much started going downhill for humanity.
As much as people make claims that religion is a positive force in the world I'm of the school of folks who think that religion is a wholly manufactured human concept and that the end result of asking metaphysical questions as "Why the universe / Who made the universe" is the holding back of human progress and enlightened rational creatures by centuries if not millenia when all is said and done.
So in the end I guess this post is the first inevitable discussion about the existence of god, the ramifications of that belief, and probably a whole lot of hurt feelings, abusive language, and general insults. But I hope that The Leaguers are capable of engaging in these types of controversial discussions without devolving into such schenanigans. Because what the world needs more than a messiah is some rational discourse.]]>
I hope someday to write an entire article on this topic but thought I would post it here to generate some discussion (and perhaps some research for a future article) so I'm not going to get too deep into this but my supposition is this:
In our irrational quest for 100% safe environments AND finding new ways to generate revenue for government we are installing too many stop lights and stop signs to the detriment of traffic flow, calm/content citizens, and discouraging rational/logical/responsible thought.
In many cases I think intersections need no traffic control. However where traffic control seems a real necessity (or is desired) I suggest the following options:
My reasoning is that people are perfectlly capable of determining if it is safe to move through an intersection. Of course not everyone uses that capability for a variety of reasons so for that reason alone I understand the need for traffic control at busier intersections. However, there is no reason to prevent people from simple coming to a complete stop and THEN deciding if they can proceed.
How often have you been sitting at a protected left turn waiting for the green light, meanwhile there is NO ONCOMING TRAFFIC? There is no reason why you shouldn't be able to proceed turning left if it is safe to do so.
I feel as though there are too many delays in vehicular traffic which causes tension on the road and only encourages reckless decision making (speeding, running yellow/red lights) creating an artificial sense that we need more traffic control. I'm not even getting into the need for better public transit or suggesting that people start riding bikes more here. And I'll be starting another topic about how terrible traffic cameras (stop light cameras, speed limit cameras) are. We just need to start finding more innovative ways to mediate traffic congestion and encouraging common sense responsible behavior if we want to maintain any semblance of a civilized society much less any concept of enlightened civilization.
That's basically it. I would love to hear your thoughts.]]>
Sheesh (first troll comment).]]>
So this is just a forum post to see what's a happening with the new theme I had to make for the forum. Still a ways to go before this thing would be considered done and tasteful but I think this is a good start.]]>