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A pastor told me today that he is sorry that I have not felt the love of god. Pastor, I am the one who is sorry. I'm sorry you believe a god who does not seem interested in loving everyone. I'm ...
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Posted by By Foxonaut | 168 comments | IN, USA | Dec 8, 2017
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This reminds me of the waste of time it is to argue in those that don't believe in climate change. SamHarris Logic Science ClimateChange
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Posted by By lotusflower | 8 comments | Canada | June 10, 2018
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What is the greatest challenge that civilization faces?
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Posted by By Marine | 51 comments | HARTFORD, USA | Aug 10, 2018
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We released a new tag feature for all posts today and wanted to explain it a little. Tags are just 1-3 word keywords (e.g., love, ClimateChange ) that help and find categorize topics. When you ...
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Posted by By Admin | 17 comments | On Humanist.com | Dec 19, 2017
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I am taking it for granted that all you fine people on this site are intelligent. I Highly recommend "Decoding the Weather Machine" on PBS. ANY questions you might of had about the effect Climate ...
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Posted by By Maggiemay | 13 comments | OR, USA | Apr 18, 2018
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Top 10 climate change myths (find the answer to your favorite)... [youtube.com]
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Posted by By phxbillcee | 5 comments | Phoenix, USA | Apr 14, 2018
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We are going to die out, you know that don't you? Climate change is not real? Even when concentrations of carbon dioxide level off, the impacts of climate change will extend centuries into the ...
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Posted by By Rugglesby | 13 comments | Tweed Coast, Australia | May 2, 2018
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We are hoping to get a tag editor working for posts so you can add new tags as well as vote up/down tags on other posts. The goal is to better identify similar posts (e.g., “how to handle saying ...
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Posted by By Admin | 6 comments | On Humanist.com | Dec 3, 2017
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LINK For All Life As We Know It: The Case for Humanist Environmentalism - TheHumanist.com
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Posted by By zblaze | 7 comments | OR, USA | Oct 5, 2018
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Even if all humans turned into peaceful, rational humanists like Steven Pinker or Hans Rosling, our greatest problems, those that threaten humanity's survival, like climate change, pollution, soil ...
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Posted by By Matias | 28 comments | Germany | Oct 27, 2018
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After dropping out of high school and going in the Marines on my seventeenth birthday, I later realized how sorely lacking in education I was. After that I embarked on a lifetime of learning, ...
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Posted by By FreeDave | 10 comments | WA, USA | May 5, 2018
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LINK Scientists In Alaska Find Mammoth Amounts Of Carbon In The Warming Permafrost : Goats and Soda : NPR
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Posted by By Douglas | 8 comments | Wellsburg, USA | Apr 30, 2018
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After we have calculated all of the nationally determined commitments (NDCs) in the Paris Agreement, we are still left with a gap of 10 to 35 gigatons of CO2, [the latter of] which is about the global...
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Posted by By Rugglesby | 14 comments | Tweed Coast, Australia | June 3, 2018
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LINK Red-hot planet: All-time heat records have been set all over the world during the past week - The Washington Post
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Posted by By poetdi56 | 12 comments | Sanford, USA | July 12, 2018
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Why is the topic of over-population never discussed when considering climate change, sustainability, Earth’s shrinking capacity to support so many humans? Personally I think humans have become an ...
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Posted by By thinkingsooner | 16 comments | Between Church And State, USA | June 9, 2018
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Have you ever met people that didn’t believe in Climate change ?
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Posted by By EmeraldJewel | 16 comments | Sallisaw, USA | June 8, 2018
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This is living in the rural South. I belong to a progressive group working for social and climate change here in SWVA. We met last night. On the agenda: a packet of letter to be handed out to your ...
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Posted by By BookDeath | 8 comments | Abingdon, USA | Feb 23, 2018
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11,000 years ago, our ancestors survived abrupt climate change - CNN
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Posted by By Aralt | 11 comments | NY, USA | Mar 26, 2018
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Why do so many Americans not believe in vaccines, climate changes or evolution?
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Posted by By EmeraldJewel | 24 comments | Sallisaw, USA | Jan 14, 2018
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I know there is some debate about the existence of climate change, however, here in little NZ the weather has lost the plot. Mother nature has menopause and is seriously slapping us. Over the last 24 ...
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Posted by By Fluffykytten | 17 comments | New Zealand | Feb 1, 2018
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Garret's Thermodynamics of Civilization vs McPherson's Near Term Human Extinction
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Posted by By Greymattersuit | 13 comments | Lawrence, USA | Apr 12, 2018
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Republican Lisa Murkowski says it’s time for her party to take climate change seriously. | Grist
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Posted by By Akfishlady | 7 comments | Grays Harbor County, USA | Feb 16, 2018
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LINK Climate Change Is Likely Killing Ancient Baobab Trees - The Atlantic
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Posted by By SACatWalker | 4 comments | Port Hueneme, USA | June 18, 2018
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Human Ancestors Were Nearly All Vegetarians --------------------------------------------------------------------------- The most widely cited comparison of the guts of chimps, humans, gorillas and ...
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Posted by By AnandaKhan | 7 comments | Indianapolis, USA | July 9, 2018
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LINK Dear Elon, (Jon Talton)
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Posted by By JackPedigo | 5 comments | Lopez Island, Washington, USA | June 7, 2018
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Facepalm Just got through arguing with a climate change denier. "It's snowing in Texas, therefore no climate change." I had to count to 10 multiple times during this little "discussion."...
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Posted by By SteveB | 5 comments | Fly Over, USA | Dec 10, 2017
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LINK Climate change: local efforts won't be enough to undo Trump's inaction, study says | Environment | The Guardian
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Posted by By zblaze | 11 comments | OR, USA | Sep 5, 2018
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Climate change
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Posted by By Sadoi | 15 comments | Hell, USA | Jan 13, 2018
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LINK The US military funded a study on climate change, and got unnerving results
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Posted by By zblaze | 10 comments | OR, USA | May 3, 2018
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LINK Tucker vs. Bill Nye the Science Guy - YouTube
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Posted by By paul1967 | 6 comments | Pacific Palisades, USA | Nov 28, 2018
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Christisn Satire - Citing Freezing Weather Conditions, Al Gore Cancels Global Warming Speech
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Posted by By BackToReality | 4 comments | Indianapolis, USA | Jan 18, 2018
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Anti-intellectual movements make me rage!
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Posted by By RamonB | 16 comments | AZ, USA | Apr 27, 2018
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Climate change deniers...this is the final straw!
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Posted by By MsOliver | 6 comments | AR, USA | Nov 27, 2017
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Are you Opimistic about the future of the Human Race?
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Posted by By Hitchens | 38 comments | Ireland | Aug 10, 2018
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Chimeras: human stem cells grown in pigs for creation of transplantable organs for humans. Couple thoughts: 1) if human over-populatuon is a thing, and if it leads to man-made climate change ...
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Posted by By Hellas | 9 comments | Raleigh-Durham, USA | Dec 21, 2018
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LINK World hunger again on the rise, driven by conflict and climate change, new UN report says
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Posted by By zblaze | 6 comments | OR, USA | June 7, 2018
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I made a HUGE vat of my notoriously not fat free, not vegetarian everything potato soup today! It's comfort food and it's COLD outside, so don't judge me. My kid is sitting on the sofa playing video...
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Posted by By MsOliver | 14 comments | AR, USA | Jan 17, 2018
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Climate Change Believers Leaving the Trump White House | Time
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Posted by By zblaze | 6 comments | OR, USA | Mar 22, 2018
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LINK Saying Goodbye to Planet Earth
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Posted by By SkotlandSkye | 8 comments | Happy Land, West By Midwest, USA | Aug 21, 2018
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Are religious people afraid of science because god lives in the gaps? The more we know about reality, the less room there are for mysteries. Does that make religion feel cornered? Just asking because ...
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Posted by By Mr_Dj | 8 comments | Columbia, USA | Nov 15, 2017
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Is religious belief weird? And do people have religious beliefs because the beliefs are emotionally satisfying despite the fact that the religious belief is inconsistent with the persons other ...
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Posted by By AwarenessNow | 12 comments | RockyMountainHigh, USA | June 29, 2018
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What's the worst epidemic of our time?
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Posted by By Supercali | 49 comments | Madison, USA | June 8, 2018
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What evidence do you have that the human species is capable of surviving to the end of this century, given the realities we face regarding abrupt climate change?
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Posted by By KarlHannah | 10 comments | Australia | Apr 23, 2018
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America Science Illiterate :(
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Posted by By Gary4234 | 10 comments | MD, USA | Dec 17, 2017
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LINK Theocratic Mercenary Erik Prince and the Christian Right - TheHumanist.com
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Posted by By zblaze | 4 comments | OR, USA | July 31, 2018
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Not sure where to put this topic... I was thinking last night about one of the MOST dangerous agendas ''fundie'' religious groups have....it's the total denial of climate change/responsibility for ...
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Posted by By LucyLoohoo | 4 comments | CA, USA | Apr 26, 2018
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What's fixing to happen next my friend's?
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Posted by By BucketlistBob | 9 comments | Louisiana, USA | Dec 5, 2017
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Why some conservatives are blind to climate change
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Posted by By zblaze | 8 comments | OR, USA | Mar 15, 2018
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I have recently come across a growing body of negativity towards science and scientists. There appear to be a growing number of people that feel the scientific community are in some way corrupt and/or...
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Posted by By Rufus_Maximus | 23 comments | UK | Dec 17, 2017
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What is you carbon footprint?
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Posted by By JackPedigo | 15 comments | Lopez Island, Washington, USA | Jan 19, 2018
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The terrifying phenomenon that is pushing species towards extinction | Environment | The Guardian
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Posted by By zblaze | 5 comments | OR, USA | Mar 8, 2018
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Do you think climate change/global warming will be devastating or just a nuisance?
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Posted by By atheist | 9 comments | Canada | Oct 14, 2017
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LINK 97% consensus on climate change? More like 99.94%, study finds
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Posted by By zblaze | 7 comments | OR, USA | Apr 19, 2018
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Climate Change Pro and Cons have not accepted or explained our biggest green house gas Methane and how it will make CO2 seem irreverent! Methane is even a bigger worry! One: By human eating ...
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Posted by By of-the-mountain | 6 comments | Killeen, USA | Apr 28, 2018
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POLL Should Atheists/Agnostics/Humanists actively oppose dangerous religious beliefs and practices?
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Posted by By DangerDave | 17 comments | Las Vegas, USA | Oct 22, 2017
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Climate change is now going exponential in mass! We are close to the point of "No Return"! They spout off that CO2 and Methane are so minuscule within our atmosphere that it is not a harmful ...
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Posted by By of-the-mountain | 9 comments | Killeen, USA | Apr 27, 2018
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What do you guys think can be done about the global environmental issues of climate change and resource depletion? What steps can we take as individuals, communities, societies, etc that could have a ...
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Posted by By ShadowRaptor | 9 comments | NY, USA | Nov 21, 2017
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What would Dr. Carl Sagan say?
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Posted by By sciteachmd | 9 comments | Palm Bay, USA | Jan 7, 2018
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