God, Jesus, Stan Lee and Steve Jobs.

God, Jesus, Stan Lee and Steve Jobs.

visual-poetry:

“in god we trust” by eric amann (1981)

Too true.

visual-poetry:

“in god we trust” by eric amann (1981)

Too true.

A Quick Proof That There Must Be Something Rather Than Nothing, for Modern People Who Lead Busy Lives

Suppose there were nothing.  Then there would be no laws; for laws, after all, are something.  If there were no laws, then everything would be permitted.  If everything were permitted, then nothing would be forbidden.  So if there were nothing, nothing would be forbidden.  Thus nothing is self-forbidding. 

Therefore, there must be something.  QED.

Jim Holt in Why Does The World Exist.

stephenwildish:

Friday Project: Magical White Beards (Power by length)

stephenwildish:

Friday Project: Magical White Beards (Power by length)

We Shouldn’t even need the word ‘atheism’.
If people didn’t invent ridiculous imaginary Gods, rational people wouldn’t have to deny them.

Ricky Gervais

It is curious — when musicians thank me at the Grammys I find them arrogant; presuming themselves blessed with “God-given talent,” when nine times out of ten they are blessed with nothing but studio-given autotuners.

God. The Last Testament of God 2, 14

Carl Sagan, Stephen Hawking and Arthur C. Clarke - God, The Universe and Everything Else.

Stephen Hawking, Arthur C. Clarke and Carl Sagan (via satellite) discuss the Big Bang theory, God, our existence as well as the possibility of extraterrestrial life.

/by TheScienceFoundation