1. yay! a !atheists group!

    Thursday, 08-Nov-12 23:34:37 UTC from web
    1. @derpy128 I'm always unwilling to side myself with any religion, does that make me an atheist?

      Thursday, 08-Nov-12 23:36:22 UTC from web
      1. @caberea do you believe in science and not belong to a religion? you are an atheist.

        Thursday, 08-Nov-12 23:37:43 UTC from web
        1. @derpy128 Did i say i believed in science?

          Thursday, 08-Nov-12 23:38:30 UTC from web
          1. @caberea no.

            Thursday, 08-Nov-12 23:38:56 UTC from web
            1. @derpy128 What if i were to tell you, that Science is a word

              Thursday, 08-Nov-12 23:39:19 UTC from web
              1. @caberea HOLY COW THATS A HUGE REVELATION! SCIENCE? A WORD? that may be the single greatest advancement in human technology this far. screw NASA! THIS GUY DISCOVERED THAT SCIENCE IS A WORD!

                Thursday, 08-Nov-12 23:41:42 UTC from web
                1. @derpy128 Where is my prize?

                  Thursday, 08-Nov-12 23:43:10 UTC from web
                  1. @caberea Mr. Nobel, if you would.\

                    Thursday, 08-Nov-12 23:43:36 UTC from web
          2. @caberea DO YOU BELIVE IN SCIENCE?

            Thursday, 08-Nov-12 23:39:20 UTC from web
            1. @derpy128 Some parts of it. Not the big bang, but the obvious parts like gravity existing.

              Thursday, 08-Nov-12 23:41:12 UTC from web
              1. @caberea will the only reason people dispute the beggining of time is because no one was there to see it.

                Thursday, 08-Nov-12 23:43:00 UTC from web
                1. @derpy128 I personally don't believe that there was a beginning of time, and that everything has just always been.

                  Thursday, 08-Nov-12 23:43:53 UTC from web
                  1. @caberea there would have to be. there is always a beginning.

                    Thursday, 08-Nov-12 23:44:55 UTC from web
                    1. @derpy128 Perhaps this is the exception to the rule? Since (This is going off my physics teacher) before the big bang there was no matter, and no energy. But if there is no energy, and energy cannot be created nor destroyed, how come we have energy now? And if there was energy to begin with, then where did that energy come from, it must have existed at some point previously.

                      Thursday, 08-Nov-12 23:47:16 UTC from web
                      1. @caberea actually, according to the laws to quantum physics (which MY physics teacher taught) things appear and disappear at random, and therefore our universe could have just popped into existence, and could pop out just as sud...

                        Thursday, 08-Nov-12 23:56:28 UTC from web
                  2. @caberea there's always a beginning and an end.

                    Thursday, 08-Nov-12 23:46:51 UTC from MuSTArDroid
    2. @derpy128 !atheists HEY, ikr.

      Friday, 23-Nov-12 21:50:03 UTC from web