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Now here is a slightly different twist to what is normally discussed. In these days of day glo ...
evidentialist comments on Sep 21, 2018:
Are we talking about using all the letters in dungarees to form 9 letter words, or are we forming words of any length using only the letters available in the word "dungarees?" I suspect the latter. If the latter, there are a good deal more than 90 words, and there are only 3 if the former.
evidentialist replies on Sep 22, 2018:
@FrayedBear -- Then there are a good deal more than 90 words available.
Have you met anyone from this site? I have met 2 people that I would consider acquaintances. I ...
Darius77 comments on Sep 21, 2018:
Seeing the number of ladies complaining about sex weirdos on this site is really disappointing to me. I have always thought of the atheist community as consisting of reasonably intellectual individuals who try to distance themselves from the stereotypical bullshit behavior they witness on a regular ...
evidentialist replies on Sep 21, 2018:
The instant 'dating' is put in the description of any site open to the public, one has offered an explicit invitation. There are weirdos everywhere, but they tend to concentrate on dating sites like sharks do near fishing fleets.
Is it OK to be racist against white people?
evidentialist comments on Aug 16, 2018:
Couldn't lodge a vote because there is no such thing as race. There are no such things as white people. Even albinos aren't white. Pale, yes. White, no. We are a species with variants. So, if one variant holds another variant in contempt, a word is needed to describe that. Race is not the ...
evidentialist replies on Sep 21, 2018:
@zarathustra13 -- Aha! From the wording in the original post, your intent was not particularly clear to me. This last comment made it obvious, and my answer would certainly be, no.
Is it OK to be racist against white people?
evidentialist comments on Aug 16, 2018:
Couldn't lodge a vote because there is no such thing as race. There are no such things as white people. Even albinos aren't white. Pale, yes. White, no. We are a species with variants. So, if one variant holds another variant in contempt, a word is needed to describe that. Race is not the ...
evidentialist replies on Sep 21, 2018:
@zarathustra13 -- Merely stating a fact and pointing out that the perception of race and tribal thinking allows the idea of racism to continue. Complex issue, even though the underlying concept is simple.
Sometimes the advertising folks just do something worth watching. [youtube.com]
silverotter11 comments on Sep 20, 2018:
Good commercial - I still dislike the product.
evidentialist replies on Sep 20, 2018:
Mountain Dew is awful, but the ad is....
Apistevist
Matias comments on Sep 20, 2018:
No, because this is not a common word (it is not listed on Merriam-Webster). I know that "pistis" is the (old) Greek word for "Faith", so that apistevist could be somebody who does not have any faith. But that feature is already covered by "skeptic" or "freethinker"
evidentialist replies on Sep 20, 2018:
Apistevist is just a cute way of saying evidentialist (a word that does exist). It is one syllable shorter, so maybe....
Apistevist
escapetypist comments on Sep 20, 2018:
I am pro-ape
evidentialist replies on Sep 20, 2018:
I'm still an amateur, but I hope to be a pro ape soon.
I have this 9-5 that requires no creativity. Well, figuratively my workplace is a circus of ...
evidentialist comments on Sep 20, 2018:
Do yourself a favor, providing your overhead will fit in with one of these: ...
evidentialist replies on Sep 20, 2018:
@Lillyfield41 -- Aha. Understood.
Who is the most knowledgeable public atheist today?
Renickulous comments on Sep 18, 2018:
Jordan Peterson on psychology and history
evidentialist replies on Sep 20, 2018:
@Deiter -- Agreed. When it comes to Peterson, I suspect I may be a bit more negative about him than most. For some reason, and I can't really pin it down, he leaves me feeling uneasy.
Thanks to all the gearheads out there for an exact match. @Creative51 and @evidentialist proved to ...
evidentialist comments on Sep 19, 2018:
By the way, we had a 1927 Oakland Landau Sedan up on the farm. I tell folks about this one and they, most frequently, have never heard of the Oakland automobile. My cousin and I are sitting on it in the center of the pic. There is some confusion with this car because it was made during the ...
evidentialist replies on Sep 19, 2018:
@Lincoln55 -- Yep, I surely do remember them. We also had two Reo trucks, new at the time. One was like pic 1, a D19, but it had a huge wooden hay bed on it that made it look like a landlocked aircraft carrier when it wasn't loaded. Pic 2 is our Speedwagon (not the pic, but they were identical). Both vehicles were purchased in 1947 in lieu of replacing our tractor. I was old enough to know that was a bad idea, but I knew not to argue with the old man. Remind me sometime to relate the story of the local doctor's brand new Cadilac's encounter with that old Oakland.
I realize that this is out of tune with this page but I need a little assistance. Can anyone ...
evidentialist comments on Sep 18, 2018:
That's a 1947 Chrysler Windsor Club Coupe. I owned a 1947 Business Coupe that had a trunk large enough to set up housekeeping.
evidentialist replies on Sep 18, 2018:
@Lincoln55 -- Yep, that nailed it. Crestline Victoria for sure and certain.
I realize that this is out of tune with this page but I need a little assistance. Can anyone ...
evidentialist comments on Sep 18, 2018:
That's a 1947 Chrysler Windsor Club Coupe. I owned a 1947 Business Coupe that had a trunk large enough to set up housekeeping.
evidentialist replies on Sep 18, 2018:
@Lincoln55 -- Yeah. The car in the background is a 1952 Ford with mounted sun visor. The telltale here is the parking light with its three pronged star. I wouldn't want to guess at the model. Edit: The model is the Customline. At fist I thought it might be the Victoria, but I shuffled through some pics and I'm reasonably sure of the ID.
Who is the most knowledgeable public atheist today?
Renickulous comments on Sep 18, 2018:
Jordan Peterson on psychology and history
evidentialist replies on Sep 18, 2018:
@zarathustra13 -- Here's a little something from Peterson: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8wLCmDtCDAM
Latest calcs indicate that 2002 NT7 will probably miss Earth by 10 to 18 or more ld. Aren't we ...
Druvius comments on Sep 16, 2018:
1.2 km asteroid, so not a mass extinction event, but almost certainly the worst natural disaster humans ever faced. 40km crater, will kill everyone within hundreds of miles, devastating tsunamis if it hits an ocean. Global cooling almost for sure from dust kicked up. Its orbit is well known now ...
evidentialist replies on Sep 16, 2018:
Yep. Just another rock in the Sol system of planets. It will have another chance later and we may luck out again. Ya never know. We need a couple more baskets to keep our eggs in.
Latest calcs indicate that 2002 NT7 will probably miss Earth by 10 to 18 or more ld. Aren't we ...
Cast1es comments on Sep 16, 2018:
I gather 2002NT7 , is an astroid ?
evidentialist replies on Sep 16, 2018:
One of killer proportions and even if it misses in 2019, it will be back and poses a real threat sometime during the next century.
Here is one Trolling technique to look out for. Sea-Lioning is an Internet slang term referring...
evidentialist comments on Sep 14, 2018:
Sometimes it is necessary to get to the point. Odd that it's not considered trolling when submitting papers for peer review. I wonder why it's not considered equally reasonable in other areas? What support do you have for this argument? Please, cite your sources.
evidentialist replies on Sep 14, 2018:
@GuyKeith -- You clever devil, you. I salute you.
The Real Problem I Love this site and the clarity of thinking exhibited, even love chasing down the...
evidentialist comments on Sep 13, 2018:
I think you are correct when it comes to the majority, but there are those of us who are quite comfortable not belonging to anything. I have a feeling, and it is just a feeling, that the percentage of us who have no need to belong may be growing. We shall see.
evidentialist replies on Sep 13, 2018:
@skado -- LOL ... nice one.
What happens after a human being dies? To me, this is one of the easiest questions about life and...
evidentialist comments on Sep 12, 2018:
What? You mean ... I'm going to die? Oh, crap. And I had such great plans.
evidentialist replies on Sep 13, 2018:
@JimiYugo -- It's a result of my upbringing. Moderation in all things, ya know.
What happens after a human being dies? To me, this is one of the easiest questions about life and...
evidentialist comments on Sep 12, 2018:
What? You mean ... I'm going to die? Oh, crap. And I had such great plans.
evidentialist replies on Sep 13, 2018:
@JimiYugo -- One was to be around when the Galactic Federation was formed. Another was to be among the first settlers to land on Proxima Centauri b, then a bit later to land on Gliese 581g. I suspect I may have to forego those if dead I shall be. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JkeLIAd2Nd0
A large number of people say that math is a waste of a student's energy. That is wrong thinking. ...
Cast1es comments on Sep 12, 2018:
I wonder how many people have taken the time to apply algebra , to the area of their potential pizzas to determine which had more , then continued to mathmaticly evaluate the price of the area , to decide which was the better deal ?
evidentialist replies on Sep 12, 2018:
I know down to the nearest farthing per square millimeter. It is critical.
RUMBUSTIOUS. - Adjective...boisterous, unrestrained, irrepressible, exuberant.
TheDoubter comments on Sep 12, 2018:
isn't it rambunctious?
evidentialist replies on Sep 12, 2018:
@Marionville -- Yes. We speak the same language differently. The problem here in the US is that most are not well traveled and the people (not all of them) have a bit of an ego problem with it.
RUMBUSTIOUS. - Adjective...boisterous, unrestrained, irrepressible, exuberant.
TheDoubter comments on Sep 12, 2018:
isn't it rambunctious?
evidentialist replies on Sep 12, 2018:
@Marionville -- The confusion here is that 'rumbustious' is British and 'rambunctious' is North American.
Please guys, if non-fiction psychology writing is your thing.... please consider sharing your ...
evidentialist comments on Sep 11, 2018:
Question: Can narcissistic abuse exist where there is no narcissism?
evidentialist replies on Sep 11, 2018:
@Secular_Squirrel -- I can tell that you're really in love with this idea. Knock yourself out.
@zarathustra13 -- Hello, and welcome to the group. Thus spake Jacobs, the host, moderator, and riff...
zarathustra13 comments on Sep 11, 2018:
This seems a quiet group -- what are people aiming for here?
evidentialist replies on Sep 11, 2018:
What people are aiming for here is camaraderie coupled to whatever it is they want to do from their perspective. I learned long ago that reining in creatives with a set of rules/schedules/goals is something like herding earthworms or driving a car with no steering wheel -- the result can only be frustration. I am a writer who has been in the business about as long as Earth has had a crust and editing about half as long. So, what is it you want?
Please guys, if non-fiction psychology writing is your thing.... please consider sharing your ...
evidentialist comments on Sep 11, 2018:
Question: Can narcissistic abuse exist where there is no narcissism?
evidentialist replies on Sep 11, 2018:
@Secular_Squirrel -- Which simply says that your chicken/egg question answers itself. Narcissism came first. End of problem. QED
Please guys, if non-fiction psychology writing is your thing.... please consider sharing your ...
evidentialist comments on Sep 11, 2018:
Question: Can narcissistic abuse exist where there is no narcissism?
evidentialist replies on Sep 11, 2018:
@Secular_Squirrel -- It would seem that it does. It also appears that the answer to your question is straightforward. Narcissism came first, otherwise there could be no narcissistic abuse.
What do you guys think.
evidentialist comments on Sep 11, 2018:
Well, what that fellow was saying is in keeping with what they believe. They don't buy into the trinity thing at all, so they consider the Big Boy in the Attic as the supreme creator dude and the Dead Jew on a Stick is the son. They are not one in the same and there is no holy spirit per se. ...
evidentialist replies on Sep 11, 2018:
Almost forgot: The Mormons (the second 'm' is silent) do believe that their Supreme Schmuck is married to the Mother in Heaven (she's where the souls come from). They got this from the alcoholic con man who invented their religion.
What do you guys think.
evidentialist comments on Sep 11, 2018:
Well, what that fellow was saying is in keeping with what they believe. They don't buy into the trinity thing at all, so they consider the Big Boy in the Attic as the supreme creator dude and the Dead Jew on a Stick is the son. They are not one in the same and there is no holy spirit per se. ...
evidentialist replies on Sep 11, 2018:
@BufftonBeotch -- You're talking about Asherah. She is mentioned in the OT, and there is considerable controversy over the idea of her being the wife of the Dominant Dude in the Clouds. As for the JWs, I don't know if they believe in that. I know that some of them think that the Nazareth Kid hitched up with Mary Magdalene and they had children and that, supposedly, comes from the 'Lost Gospel.' I don't know much about that, either. Sorry.
@dreamsinflux -- Hello, and welcome to the group. Interesting bio. I hope you enjoy your time with...
dreamsinflux comments on Sep 11, 2018:
Thank you, I am excited to see if I can get, not inspired, off my ass and writing more.
evidentialist replies on Sep 11, 2018:
We look forward to your input.
I've decided that if I'm faced with problems well beyond my capacity to handle or that I may leave ...
AmiSue comments on Sep 10, 2018:
I prefer black. Classic and slimming.
evidentialist replies on Sep 10, 2018:
Yeah, but really hot in the sun.
I've decided that if I'm faced with problems well beyond my capacity to handle or that I may leave ...
AMGT comments on Sep 10, 2018:
#4 of course ?
evidentialist replies on Sep 10, 2018:
I am a pretty positive and happy dude 90+% of the time, so I guess that fits.
Written as a response to a statement that astrology is a viable source for real information about ...
starwatcher-al comments on Sep 10, 2018:
Well said but wait a minute, NO CRACKS? I spent years avoiding them as a teenager. O yeah, that explains a lot.
evidentialist replies on Sep 10, 2018:
Truth be told, I sought out cracks during my younger years. Don't tell anyone.
I've decided that if I'm faced with problems well beyond my capacity to handle or that I may leave ...
JenBeberstein comments on Sep 10, 2018:
I would choose #2 but I have to ask, why use a mask if you want to get caught?
evidentialist replies on Sep 10, 2018:
To draw maximum attention. To stand out in a crowd. Part of the plan is that after the crime, I do not remove the mask until caught.
I've decided that if I'm faced with problems well beyond my capacity to handle or that I may leave ...
Cast1es comments on Sep 10, 2018:
Do they film in black and white or in color ?
evidentialist replies on Sep 10, 2018:
Some one. Some the other.
I've decided that if I'm faced with problems well beyond my capacity to handle or that I may leave ...
Byrdsfan comments on Sep 10, 2018:
The middle one is über cool. Just curious, are you a decent shot?
evidentialist replies on Sep 10, 2018:
Expert rifle. Sharpshooter pistol. No wild stories about picking out a gnat's eye at 70 yards, but I'm good enough. Why do you ask? Do you have a job for me?
this is a video of me, some years ago, reading one of my poems, "old woman in the garden." ...
Lincoln55 comments on Sep 10, 2018:
Any chance you might be able to post the words for those of us that suffer at the hands of cheap laptop speakers?
evidentialist replies on Sep 10, 2018:
Get a pair of cheap earphones and improve your listening pleasure a hundred fold.
I haven't been on Agnostic in a hot minute -- I have been nose-to-the-grindstone with writing and ...
evidentialist comments on Sep 10, 2018:
@evestrat -- It's about time you showed yourself. You've been missed. Well, I can't speak for the others, but this old fart definitely did notice you not being around. That said, I look forward to hearing a mite more about your essay. Are you at liberty to tell us where it has been accepted?
evidentialist replies on Sep 10, 2018:
@evestrat -- Edits in formal/professional writings usually don't take very long. I assume you've been through this before in the old publish or perish parade.
If you are gonna be nekkid in your avatar, maybe your junk shouldn't be photoshopped in - especially...
Umbral comments on Sep 10, 2018:
I think I missed something. Thankfully.
evidentialist replies on Sep 10, 2018:
Motion has been offered. It has been seconded, and a third on the issue has been entered. Motion has been passed. From this point onward, mutant earthworms/aardvarks are creaturae non grata.
I am currently reading "Flight or Fright" - it is a book of short horror stories about flying. Many ...
evidentialist comments on Sep 9, 2018:
As a pilot, being afraid of flying would be just a tad debilitating, no?
evidentialist replies on Sep 10, 2018:
@Lincoln55 -- Excellent.
THE HIJACKING OF THE FLAG! I am not a flag waver. I have citizenship status in two countries ...
Mooolah comments on Sep 9, 2018:
I have a rant that I indulge in to any spectator that will listen THEY WILL NOT TAKE MY FLAG! I am an American & the flag represents me. An unabashed LIBERAL, who flies the Stars & stripes along side the Mexican flag, the Rainbow LBGTQ flag, the cannabis flag, the Jubalee Flag, the Juneteenth ...
evidentialist replies on Sep 9, 2018:
@Countrywoman -- That makes sense.
I am currently reading "Flight or Fright" - it is a book of short horror stories about flying. Many ...
evidentialist comments on Sep 9, 2018:
As a pilot, being afraid of flying would be just a tad debilitating, no?
evidentialist replies on Sep 9, 2018:
@pixiedust -- I think not. Physics/engineering, after all, is nature, or at least a large part of it. As an engineer, I understand the mechanics of things and one would think that would cause me to be more concerned when in an aircraft than standing on the edge of a cliff. It's really something that has puzzled me for a long time.
THE HIJACKING OF THE FLAG! I am not a flag waver. I have citizenship status in two countries ...
evidentialist comments on Sep 9, 2018:
@patchoullijulie -- Beware the one draped in the flag of country with the holy writings tucked under his arm of any sect suggesting it has *the* answers to all things for that person has not come for your benefit. Patriotism of the sort they propose is only good for one thing, and that is in ...
evidentialist replies on Sep 9, 2018:
@patchoullijulie -- I should point out that for those of us who have served in the military, the flag bears quite a few important and profound meanings beyond a simple symbol of a place, but that in no way justifies any of the crap we've had to put up with over the past couple of years.
I am currently reading "Flight or Fright" - it is a book of short horror stories about flying. Many ...
evidentialist comments on Sep 9, 2018:
As a pilot, being afraid of flying would be just a tad debilitating, no?
evidentialist replies on Sep 9, 2018:
@Lincoln55 -- Here's a story for you, or perhaps the foundation for one. I have an intense respect for (not fear of) heights and high places, but I have no problem with aerobatics in an open cockpit aircraft. This is something about me that I have pondered quite a lot. Why can't I walk out to the edge of the Grand Canyon, but I have no misgivings about nosing over and diving at the ground at 500 knots, or jumping out of a perfectly functional aircraft from 15k feet? You have an explanation for that?
THE HIJACKING OF THE FLAG! I am not a flag waver. I have citizenship status in two countries ...
Mooolah comments on Sep 9, 2018:
I have a rant that I indulge in to any spectator that will listen THEY WILL NOT TAKE MY FLAG! I am an American & the flag represents me. An unabashed LIBERAL, who flies the Stars & stripes along side the Mexican flag, the Rainbow LBGTQ flag, the cannabis flag, the Jubalee Flag, the Juneteenth ...
evidentialist replies on Sep 9, 2018:
@Countrywoman -- Um ... who are 'they'? You know, the ones who would take your flag from you.
I'm a member of a writer's group down here in Florida. Each meeting we have two writing prompts, ...
TheDoubter comments on Sep 6, 2018:
too long and single spaced not good for this venue
evidentialist replies on Sep 7, 2018:
@Gohan -- Not too long, but you need to edit your post so that there is space between paragraphs. Simply add a line between paragraphs after you have pasted your document into the post box. It needs to be done carefully, but it is an easy process.
@Shysillyguy -- Hello, and welcome to the group. Now, about your profile, I know it works either ...
Lincoln55 comments on Sep 6, 2018:
These rookies don't waste any time getting to the meat of the matter.
evidentialist replies on Sep 6, 2018:
Or letting folks know that the meat matters.
fri·a·ble /ˈfrīəbəl/ (adjective) easily crumbled. from "The Winter Garden Mystery" by ...
evidentialist comments on Sep 5, 2018:
One of the best things about eggs and bacon for breakfast is that they are friable in the same pan at the same time.
evidentialist replies on Sep 5, 2018:
@pixiedust -- Thank you. I was fading fast.
fri·a·ble /ˈfrīəbəl/ (adjective) easily crumbled. from "The Winter Garden Mystery" by ...
evidentialist comments on Sep 5, 2018:
One of the best things about eggs and bacon for breakfast is that they are friable in the same pan at the same time.
evidentialist replies on Sep 5, 2018:
@pixiedust -- Me too. Tell me, please. Please, **TELL ME NOW.**
The feeling experienced upon learning something new is curiosity's orgasm. J. Richard Jacobs
TheDoubter comments on Sep 5, 2018:
ain't as good as the original
evidentialist replies on Sep 5, 2018:
@TheDoubter -- indeed.
The feeling experienced upon learning something new is curiosity's orgasm. J. Richard Jacobs
Cast1es comments on Sep 5, 2018:
I'm curious as to what the physical element she's using is .....
evidentialist replies on Sep 5, 2018:
A book --- probably. Could be something else, I suppose.
The feeling experienced upon learning something new is curiosity's orgasm. J. Richard Jacobs
TheDoubter comments on Sep 5, 2018:
ain't as good as the original
evidentialist replies on Sep 5, 2018:
Depends on how much importance the mind getting the experience places on learning.
fri·a·ble /ˈfrīəbəl/ (adjective) easily crumbled. from "The Winter Garden Mystery" by ...
evidentialist comments on Sep 5, 2018:
One of the best things about eggs and bacon for breakfast is that they are friable in the same pan at the same time.
evidentialist replies on Sep 5, 2018:
@pixiedust -- LOL ... as a professional writer since 1956, a bit over 10 years before you were born, and an editor for the past 20 years, I suspect I might just be aware of that, but thanks for the heads-up. Now, be a good girl and get yourself something to eat. Preferably something friable. :P
The Case for Dark Matter in the Universe
vmedel comments on Sep 5, 2018:
I had to google several words for definitions (English is not my first language), but I feel smarter after reading this! LOL
evidentialist replies on Sep 5, 2018:
The feeling experienced upon learning something new is curiosity's orgasm.
The Case for Dark Matter in the Universe
evidentialist comments on Sep 5, 2018:
Michael J. Baker, Joachim Kopp. Dark Matter Decay between Phase Transitions at the Weak Scale. Physical Review Letters, 2017; 119 ( 6 ) DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.119.061801
evidentialist replies on Sep 5, 2018:
@TheAstroChuck -- They present a new theory for the origin of DM in this paper. Merely a point of interest relating to DM.
EXACERBATE: ex-ac-er-bate. VERB. To make a bad situation, problem or negative feeling worse. ...
evidentialist comments on Sep 4, 2018:
"Hey there, Leonard, how come you keep lookin' at yer hands?" "Mom done told me if I keep on exacerbatin' I's gonna be gettin' hair on my palms."
evidentialist replies on Sep 4, 2018:
@Snickers77 -- No, sir. One of the first signs you is dead is when you stops exasperatin'.
VICARIOUS: vi-car-i-ous. ADJECTIVE. An event or interaction experienced in the imagination ...
evidentialist comments on Sep 3, 2018:
Her vicarious veins ruined her modeling career.
evidentialist replies on Sep 3, 2018:
@Snickers77 -- I'm not too bad with leg horns ether, but a man of your statue knows all about that.
When to switch primarily identifying as an Agnostic to Atheist?
Sirena comments on Sep 3, 2018:
That is really up to you. Do you feel safer identifying as Agnostic because of fear of god? You will know when you're ready. To me if there were such omnipotent power, it's not a good one... and it has lots explaining to do. But no evidence, no proof...
evidentialist replies on Sep 3, 2018:
@Rhetoric -- Yay, we hit the threshold of understanding. Wishing you the best during your struggle. May the wind be gentle and warm on your back and the seas calm.
When to switch primarily identifying as an Agnostic to Atheist?
Sirena comments on Sep 3, 2018:
That is really up to you. Do you feel safer identifying as Agnostic because of fear of god? You will know when you're ready. To me if there were such omnipotent power, it's not a good one... and it has lots explaining to do. But no evidence, no proof...
evidentialist replies on Sep 3, 2018:
@Rhetoric -- I understand where you are with this. It is all part of the road out, and I appreciate your dilemma. I think the question is, do you still harbor some belief/doubt, or do you not? That alone is the determining factor for which word fits best.
How does everyone feel about the understanding that our global resources are finite? Our ...
evidentialist comments on Sep 2, 2018:
Water is the most important one. I know it doesn't seem to be a limited resource, but it is. Desalination in coastal regions is a possible answer there, but inland many aquifers are drying up and quite a few lakes are losing way.
evidentialist replies on Sep 3, 2018:
@dahermit -- Here is your starter list. Note, there is a difference between 'ways' and methods. Whereas methods are few, ways are many. https://scholar.google.com/scholar?q=methods+of+desalination&hl=en=0=1&oi=scholart The cost of water is an issue everywhere, not just in Flint, while we still labor under the economic principles currently in place. My comment about cost not being a factor is predicated upon the condition that water has become an absolute existential threat across an entire population which forces a change in how one thinks about values. Where it is a localized threat, and there are many places in the world worse off than Flint, the rest of the population doesn't see it as a personal danger and voices of concern are more often than not like people offering up prayers. We know how well that works. There has been considerable blood shed over water in the past, and I don't doubt for a nanosecond there won't be more of it if those in control don't provide for the masses. The question was about critical resources, and the answer I provided was about the one I considered most important because it is a life or death issue on many levels.
When to switch primarily identifying as an Agnostic to Atheist?
Sirena comments on Sep 3, 2018:
That is really up to you. Do you feel safer identifying as Agnostic because of fear of god? You will know when you're ready. To me if there were such omnipotent power, it's not a good one... and it has lots explaining to do. But no evidence, no proof...
evidentialist replies on Sep 3, 2018:
@Rhetoric -- I suggest that it might be better for you to be concerned with your own honesty and integrity than adjusting to others. I don't walk around town with an atheist sign over my head and I don't initiate any conversations about the issue of 'god -- no god' or 'religion -- no religion' at any time, but when someone asks or I am pushed into a corner with things like, "And tell me, my dear, what church do you attend," I am then concerned with my integrity. Most of my family and friends were and are good with it. Some were, well, a bit swishy about it, and some were downright nasty. Their problem, not mine. I will not sacrifice my freedom for anyone at any cost. Above all else, I am an evidentialist and my world view is informed by the epistemology of Evidentialism employing the scientific definition of what constitutes evidence. https://www.iep.utm.edu/evidenti/ From the article: *Naturally, then, we see this traditional conception reflected in the writings of many influential philosophers. David Hume, for example, writes that the “wise man. . . proportions his belief to the evidence,” and he proceeds with this as his epistemic ideal ( 73 ). Bertrand Russell endorses the view that “[p]erfect rationality consists . . . in attaching to every proposition a degree of belief corresponding to its degree of credibility,” credibility functionally depending on evidence ( 397-398 ). W.K. Clifford writes that “it is wrong always, everywhere, and for anyone to believe anything upon insufficient evidence” ( 518 ). Such quotations help to illustrate the dominance of the view that justified belief depends upon one’s having good reasons or evidence. Though this by no means settles the issue, it does provide reason to try to work out a theory of justification that appeals solely to evidence. The remainder of this entry turns toward a detailed consideration of the theory itself.*
When to switch primarily identifying as an Agnostic to Atheist?
indirect76 comments on Sep 3, 2018:
You can be both.
evidentialist replies on Sep 3, 2018:
@Rhetoric -- Atheist. If that is not understood and respected, it's not your problem.
How does everyone feel about the understanding that our global resources are finite? Our ...
evidentialist comments on Sep 2, 2018:
Water is the most important one. I know it doesn't seem to be a limited resource, but it is. Desalination in coastal regions is a possible answer there, but inland many aquifers are drying up and quite a few lakes are losing way.
evidentialist replies on Sep 3, 2018:
@dahermit -- There are many more ways to desalinate water than that and I hasten to point out that when potable water becomes a real issue, cost is not going to be a factor. Cost is, after all, a man made construct and is subject to change whereas our need for water is not.
So I lost a woman I loved because I would not compromise on my skeptic approach and realistic ...
evidentialist comments on Sep 2, 2018:
Often a loss turns out to be a net gain. Not making light of the loss, just being realistic about the possible outcome.
evidentialist replies on Sep 2, 2018:
@Sirena -- Bueno.
So I lost a woman I loved because I would not compromise on my skeptic approach and realistic ...
evidentialist comments on Sep 2, 2018:
Often a loss turns out to be a net gain. Not making light of the loss, just being realistic about the possible outcome.
evidentialist replies on Sep 2, 2018:
@Sirena -- I do luvs me Puerto Rico. ¿Hablas español y si lo haces, todavía lo usas?
How much does it bother you when a person on the internet corrects your spelling, grammar, or misuse...
pepperjones comments on Sep 2, 2018:
I don't correct anyone but if I see blatant errors over and over I'll stop reading. Like some have mentioned, I'm dyslexic as well. What that means for me is to be aware of what I write; I try to read what I write before I hit send *and* I take full advantage of autocorrect and Google. 95% ...
evidentialist replies on Sep 2, 2018:
@Gwendolyn2018 -- He is to be applauded.
So I lost a woman I loved because I would not compromise on my skeptic approach and realistic ...
evidentialist comments on Sep 2, 2018:
Often a loss turns out to be a net gain. Not making light of the loss, just being realistic about the possible outcome.
evidentialist replies on Sep 2, 2018:
@Sirena -- Have you been back to Puerto Rico since the last hurricane?
I have sooooooo had enough of the whole John McCain thing. The coverage is everywhere, radio, ...
MissKathleen comments on Sep 2, 2018:
I am a liberal living in a very conservative area of Arizona. During the 2 1/2 years I have lived here, from the remarks I often heard, it seemed like just about everyone hated him, the liberals because he was too "conservative" and the conservatives because he was too "liberal". I have often ...
evidentialist replies on Sep 2, 2018:
@patchoullijulie -- Not even approaching JFK and I lived through that one all right. I suspect I'll live through this one too.
Just a little something to think about. [youtube.com]
Renickulous comments on Aug 31, 2018:
Open borders are a terrible idea
evidentialist replies on Aug 31, 2018:
Only to certain cultures. Now that has been said, nothing in this video said anything about 'open borders' today. It was only mentioned in an historical context. Even they did not have what I think you mean by open borders. On the other hand, they did have the notion of reciprocity, respect of the territory of others, and so on. The nations even fought one another from time to time, but never on the scale or lack of respect that the white man brought.
@Lillyfield41 -- Hello, and welcome to the group.
TheDoubter comments on Aug 30, 2018:
i'm a member
evidentialist replies on Aug 30, 2018:
Yes, you are.
How about some fun with 2 truths and a lie?! Rules: List 2 truths and 1 lie. Everyone tries to ...
evidentialist comments on Aug 30, 2018:
1. I speak 7 languages. 3 fluently. 4 on an I can work it out basis. 2. I've mined gold in the Alaskan interior. 3. I've ridden a camel.
evidentialist replies on Aug 30, 2018:
@Minta79, @OlderMusicGeek -- Nope. I worked a claim on the Jack Wade Creek northeast of the Forty Mile River crossing for a couple of years, but I've never ridden a camel.
How about some fun with 2 truths and a lie?! Rules: List 2 truths and 1 lie. Everyone tries to ...
evidentialist comments on Aug 30, 2018:
1. I speak 7 languages. 3 fluently. 4 on an I can work it out basis. 2. I've mined gold in the Alaskan interior. 3. I've ridden a camel.
evidentialist replies on Aug 30, 2018:
@Minta79 -- Yep. I've never ridden a camel.
How about some fun with 2 truths and a lie?! Rules: List 2 truths and 1 lie. Everyone tries to ...
evidentialist comments on Aug 30, 2018:
1. I speak 7 languages. 3 fluently. 4 on an I can work it out basis. 2. I've mined gold in the Alaskan interior. 3. I've ridden a camel.
evidentialist replies on Aug 30, 2018:
@Alimacbean -- Nope.
Is there any implication when someone visits your profile often without any further communication?...
evidentialist comments on Aug 30, 2018:
Perhaps you have said something that piqued their interest -- or made them wonder. Like me. Right now. I'm wondering. I will probably visit your profile. I'm not looking for purdy people and there is no interest in Odin.
evidentialist replies on Aug 30, 2018:
@sewchick57 -- I'm still forced to wonder why it matters. Basically, who cares? Someone visits a profile does not indicate one needs to have any contact with them.
Is there any implication when someone visits your profile often without any further communication?...
evidentialist comments on Aug 30, 2018:
Perhaps you have said something that piqued their interest -- or made them wonder. Like me. Right now. I'm wondering. I will probably visit your profile. I'm not looking for purdy people and there is no interest in Odin.
evidentialist replies on Aug 30, 2018:
@maturin1919 -- Frankly, nothing. Paranoia is not one of my things, and I don't pay attention to my own profile, either.
Oops. "LenHazell53 is not an active member at this time." Appears the Admin gods have nailed ...
Lincoln55 comments on Aug 28, 2018:
Entertaining tale Sir. Did you manage to snap that pic before they headed to parts unknown?
evidentialist replies on Aug 29, 2018:
Oh, no, they're living with us. They fit right in with the local populace.
Oops. "LenHazell53 is not an active member at this time." Appears the Admin gods have nailed ...
Krish55 comments on Aug 28, 2018:
You Polytheistic pagan! There is only one God - Admin!!!
evidentialist replies on Aug 28, 2018:
Monotheistic rubbish.
Well, here goes nothing! I've finished a short story I've been working on for the past few months ...
evidentialist comments on Aug 28, 2018:
@stardust2101 -- Oops. Not wanting to rain on your parade, but you are most likely going to be rejected again. Here is why: Publishers/editors do not like to see the same piece they've rejected come through their slush pile a second time, even if it has been rewritten. Now, this is not an ...
evidentialist replies on Aug 28, 2018:
@stardust2101 -- Tell us a little about the piece.
@Route66Kid -- Hello, and welcome to the group.
Route66Kid comments on Aug 27, 2018:
How many members of the group keep a personal daily journal? I am in Volume 44 of mine.
evidentialist replies on Aug 27, 2018:
I must admit that I have never kept a journal.
Interesting . I just checked my mail and found a , "letter, " saying , "High IQ, what a lie ." and...
evidentialist comments on Aug 22, 2018:
@Cast1es -- Some are not communicative. I have a simple way of taking care of the doubt issue. I simply post this picture. By simply enlarging the right side, they can read the certificate.
evidentialist replies on Aug 25, 2018:
@Stephanie99 -- At the time, remember this was just after the dinosaurs went extinct, there was a standard issue and two or three others. In any case, it was required that you let them know you wanted the standard. For the others one had to pay. I liked the appearance of the owl cert, so I ordered that one. Thinking back on it, we had to pay ... for ... every ... damned ... thing.
A perfect moment caught
evidentialist comments on Aug 25, 2018:
Gramps and future scientist doing experiment.
evidentialist replies on Aug 25, 2018:
My grandchildren keep me alive, that's for sure. Logan, the fellow in the pic, was 5 when the pic was taken. Gramps was a little older. He's 7 now and has already won 2 science fares.
Interesting . I just checked my mail and found a , "letter, " saying , "High IQ, what a lie ." and...
evidentialist comments on Aug 22, 2018:
@Cast1es -- Some are not communicative. I have a simple way of taking care of the doubt issue. I simply post this picture. By simply enlarging the right side, they can read the certificate.
evidentialist replies on Aug 25, 2018:
@Stephanie99 -- Yep. Always has been. Several different designs over the years.
Interesting . I just checked my mail and found a , "letter, " saying , "High IQ, what a lie ." and...
evidentialist comments on Aug 22, 2018:
@Cast1es -- Some are not communicative. I have a simple way of taking care of the doubt issue. I simply post this picture. By simply enlarging the right side, they can read the certificate.
evidentialist replies on Aug 25, 2018:
@Stephanie99 -- Yes, it is Mensa and that certificate design is unique. We call it the 'owl parchment', among other things. I took the full Stanford-Binet Battery at LA Trade Tech when I was 13 at the request of the school. Later, on a lark, I took the Mensa test.
I'm probably being nitpicky when I ask this, but how come people who say that they "live for their ...
Donotbelieve comments on Aug 24, 2018:
I don't think either is a healthy way to live. I love my partner and my children, but I live for myself. That doesn't mean I'm selfish. Far from it. It simply means that I'm aware that I gotta take care of myself and I need to prioritize what's most important in my life. I was born alone and ...
evidentialist replies on Aug 24, 2018:
@IAMGROOT -- I call it 'proper self concern.'
One of the problems we face when we allow a group (pick a group) to define the moral high ground in ...
Wurlitzer comments on Aug 23, 2018:
True, the punishment didn’t fit the crime but it’s worth noting that the gentleman she told to fuck off didn’t get her fired and is working to help her rectify the situation, so he seems like a fair, understanding man. The problem happened because her friends kept tagging NASA and escalating ...
evidentialist replies on Aug 23, 2018:
@Wurlitzer -- I've done some subcontract with them and ... well ... yup.
Does anyone know how to sell ideas for amusing TV adverts without just having them stolen as soon as...
Kafirah comments on Aug 22, 2018:
The only way to even come close is to write out the script, copy it, mail the original to yourself as a certified letter that requires a signature, do NOT open it, film it yourself to get the idea into a visual format, copy it, mail the original to yourself as a certified package, do NOT open it, ...
evidentialist replies on Aug 23, 2018:
@LenHazell53 -- Oh my.
One of the problems we face when we allow a group (pick a group) to define the moral high ground in ...
Cast1es comments on Aug 23, 2018:
IF you have something worth saying , say it . If all you can do is spout words that do not advance your view point , you are only attempting to control the conversation , when the truth is , you have nothing to say , but you just want to keep the other person from continuing with an intelligent ...
evidentialist replies on Aug 23, 2018:
Arguing in the face of the research? :)
Yesterday I suffered a quick interaction with a Level 7 member on someone else's post. I can't tell ...
evidentialist comments on Aug 23, 2018:
Here we are dealing with the written word. Not all people are able to express themselves well when writing and not all who are good at it are always good at it. However, it is difficult for anyone to say anything about something when only one side has been presented -- and that with little or no ...
evidentialist replies on Aug 23, 2018:
@AmiSue -- you don't need to out the person to provide the needed information for someone to give an intelligent and/or thoughtful response.
One of the problems we face when we allow a group (pick a group) to define the moral high ground in ...
Wurlitzer comments on Aug 23, 2018:
True, the punishment didn’t fit the crime but it’s worth noting that the gentleman she told to fuck off didn’t get her fired and is working to help her rectify the situation, so he seems like a fair, understanding man. The problem happened because her friends kept tagging NASA and escalating ...
evidentialist replies on Aug 23, 2018:
That he does. As for NASA's response, it was still unwarranted and even if the situation is rectified, which I hope it is, there will remain a blotch on the record.
One of the problems we face when we allow a group (pick a group) to define the moral high ground in ...
jlynn37 comments on Aug 23, 2018:
Actions have consequences. You have a choice of your actions, you do not have a choice of the consequences of your actions. Choose wisely and intelligently. Strive to do or cause no harm.
evidentialist replies on Aug 23, 2018:
@jlynn37 -- That's fine, but what informs that opinion?
One of the problems we face when we allow a group (pick a group) to define the moral high ground in ...
jlynn37 comments on Aug 23, 2018:
Actions have consequences. You have a choice of your actions, you do not have a choice of the consequences of your actions. Choose wisely and intelligently. Strive to do or cause no harm.
evidentialist replies on Aug 23, 2018:
@jlynn37 -- In this case the punishment does not reflect the crime. If that were the case, Trump would not have come close to a nomination based upon things he says and does and his presence on Twitter. Perhaps you can explain to me what harm is caused or done by telling someone to fuck off or something like it. Enough so that a person's entire future is shot down because someone didn't like what was said.
Does anyone know how to sell ideas for amusing TV adverts without just having them stolen as soon as...
evidentialist comments on Aug 22, 2018:
@David_Cooper -- You don't. Not unless you happen to be working for an ad agency, and even there, ideas are company property. There's no stealing to it. My dad was a top exec in a couple of ad agencies for a while and I worked at a couple as a copywriter for a time. I don't recall anyone ever ...
evidentialist replies on Aug 23, 2018:
@David_Cooper -- Your decision. All I can say is that I've been in and around this business since 1956 and I've seen a lot in that time. If you have the time, energy, drive, commitment, and funds to do it, give it a go.
Does anyone know how to sell ideas for amusing TV adverts without just having them stolen as soon as...
Kafirah comments on Aug 22, 2018:
The only way to even come close is to write out the script, copy it, mail the original to yourself as a certified letter that requires a signature, do NOT open it, film it yourself to get the idea into a visual format, copy it, mail the original to yourself as a certified package, do NOT open it, ...
evidentialist replies on Aug 23, 2018:
@LenHazell53 -- That is not why publishers don't generally accept published works. There are some that will publish reprints and there are a few that will accept work published in obscure places where there has been minimal exposure, but they are rare. The real reason deals with exclusivity/first rights in the case of material that is not bought outright. For example, there are many short article/story/essay publishers where the rights for a work become the property of the publisher and the author can never sell the work again. The majority of anthologies are handled in this way. This exclusivity idea goes back over a century and is not some conspiracy designed to rob writers of their work.
Does anyone know how to sell ideas for amusing TV adverts without just having them stolen as soon as...
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 22, 2018:
Nope. Editor, sub editors, ad execs, all are similes for thieving scum bags
evidentialist replies on Aug 23, 2018:
@LenHazell53 -- I'm responding to the use of 'all' in your comment. We are not 'all' similes for thieving scumbags. If that were true, I would be considerably more prolific than I am. Of all the work submitted to me, only a bit over 10% is accepted. That acceptance rate is common throughout the industry and I daresay with the amount of material I have submitted (substantial) I would have experienced such theft at least a few times by now. I've never had that problem. There is a problem with pirate publishers selling my work without paying me royalties, but that has been with us forever. What ms was stolen from you by the BBC?
Interesting . I just checked my mail and found a , "letter, " saying , "High IQ, what a lie ." and...
evidentialist comments on Aug 22, 2018:
@Cast1es -- Some are not communicative. I have a simple way of taking care of the doubt issue. I simply post this picture. By simply enlarging the right side, they can read the certificate.
evidentialist replies on Aug 22, 2018:
@Stephanie99 -- Truth be known, I feel no need to go beyond that. I don't need to prove anything. If anyone is that serious about it, let them prove it one way or the other.
Remains of hybrid human girl with Neanderthal mother discovered in Siberian cave | The Independent
BufftonBeotch comments on Aug 22, 2018:
Didn't the book from decades ago "Clan of the Cave Bear" speculate about this?
evidentialist replies on Aug 22, 2018:
We have known for a long, long time that Neanderthal and Homo Sapiens interbred. We have also known that the same occurred with the Denisovans. What made this find particularly interesting was that it implied Denisovans and Neanderthals did, too. Yes, Clan of the Cave Bear did so.
Does anyone know how to sell ideas for amusing TV adverts without just having them stolen as soon as...
evidentialist comments on Aug 22, 2018:
@David_Cooper -- You don't. Not unless you happen to be working for an ad agency, and even there, ideas are company property. There's no stealing to it. My dad was a top exec in a couple of ad agencies for a while and I worked at a couple as a copywriter for a time. I don't recall anyone ever ...
evidentialist replies on Aug 22, 2018:
@David_Cooper -- That, indeed, is the right question. AAAaaaannnnd ... the answer is simple, but you won't like it. You start by getting a job at an ad agency and learning how the business works from the inside. That might take some time, but understand that is how most agencies came into being. Some employee or officer of an agency thought, "By damn ... they have very few good ideas - most are so bad that all they do is make people turn the sound off until the programme comes back on. I should know, because I've practically worn out the mute button on the remote and have to press it with half a ton of force to silence the damned adverts." He or she then trundles off to start an ad agency that he or she is convinced will put all the others to shame when his or her agency alerts the public to the fact that the others have so few good ideas. On a more serious note, the advertising business is complex and it takes a while to learn what is necessary to know. The process is further complicated by the need to establish contacts in all the right places with all the right qualifications. The starting point, if you don't want to work in the field and self educate is a bachelor's degree in advertising, communications, marketing or a related field that can provide a foundation in the creative, management, interpersonal and analytical skills required to work in the field. Still interested? Have at it.
I’ve been very involved in my local town hall. At this month’s meeting they started the ...
evidentialist comments on Aug 22, 2018:
"Because others do it..." is not an argument for anything.
evidentialist replies on Aug 22, 2018:
@LucyLoohoo -- If we are not very careful, it will be.
Does anyone know how to sell ideas for amusing TV adverts without just having them stolen as soon as...
LenHazell53 comments on Aug 22, 2018:
Nope. Editor, sub editors, ad execs, all are similes for thieving scum bags
evidentialist replies on Aug 22, 2018:
I resent that, Len. On the other hand, his request has nothing at all to do with editors, or sub editors. It does have a lot to do with ad execs.
A question for someone out there with arcane knowledge: were oxen ever used extensively as draft ...
evidentialist comments on Aug 11, 2018:
From an article: Oxen were commonplace in British colonies starting in the 1600s. Plantation owners and small farmers relied on them for all sorts of tasks as well as for milk, meat, hides, and fat. During the Revolutionary War, oxen hauled supplies; they were links in the Continental Army's ...
evidentialist replies on Aug 21, 2018:
@KevinTwining -- Right, and one of your comments reminded me of my long time associate. He was a Brit (born Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex) who arrived in the 'Colonies' in 1950 --- and stayed. I worked with him on and off for a bit over 25 years. On the 4th of July he would show up in the office wearing a black armband in memory of the Colonies. One year he carried in a placard that read: **"Colonists Repent"** Let me see if I understand this correctly: I am an arsehole for suggesting you should read more critically?
@Bjy001 -- Hello, and welcome to the group.
Bjy001 comments on Aug 21, 2018:
Oh! Thank you. Never gotten a personal tagged welcome before. Been cutting my teeth writing a bit. Couple irons in the fire. I'm sure I'll get around to posting a snippet.
evidentialist replies on Aug 21, 2018:
@Bjy001 -- Please do. It is what we're about.

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Conference: Fact vs Fiction -- 2001
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My wife: Julieta
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Granddaughter: Ayrie Pauline Chaboya
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My youngest daughter: Alexandra Rachel Jacobs-Chaboya
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My eldest daughter: Leah Kelly when she was 3 years old in our stilt house at the west end of Galveston Island, TX in 1969
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My eldest daughter, Leah Kelly with me at the studio in 1968. Yes, she actually knew a few chords when she was a little over 2 years old.
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My son, Oscar, when he was playing police officer in 2002. Datsa my boy.
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My grandson, Logan Jay Chaboya and Gramps performing an experiment. We luvs science.
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Me in front of 'the wall' in 2004
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Copied from a newspaper article in which I was featured during Astronomy Day at the UACJ in 1999. I was lecturing on impact mechanics and how to identify meteorites in the field. At the university I also displayed my meager collection of meteorites and related materials.
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Founding members at the signing of the papers of incorporation of the Planetary Society: Carl Sagan (seated to the right), Bruce Murray (seated to the left), and Louis Friedman (standing on the left). The man standing to the right is Harry Ashmore, an advisor, who greatly helped in the founding of the Society. Ashmore was a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and leader in the Civil Rights movement in the 1960s and 70s. What a fun group. Never a dull moment.
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Upper left: The four room farmhouse in which I was raised. Top right: Lovely little me on a rarely seen city sidewalk. Lower left: Me and my hotrod. Center: Aunt Lou, little sister, Lou, with me seated behind, and cousin Skipper with our 1927 Oakland Landau Sedan. Lower middle: Uncle Leroy riding my back. Lower right: Me and my tough row to hoe.
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A rather odd tale of first contact with a strange twist.
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The Earth travels in a random shooting gallery and one never knows.
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"Xenogenesis is one of those rare books that manages to catch even the most jaded of sci-fi readers off-guard. Somewhere between the description of cities in stratified levels of wealth and the injection of nano-machines, we realize we are somewhere between the world we inhabit and the world we only dream about, which makes the entire book something beyond a simple novel of escape. This combination of biotechnology and space travel with a hefty dose of hard-boiled detective fiction in the character of Patrick Dalworthy allows Jacobs to create a work that is both fantastic and close to home, one that tackles the subject of what it truly means to be human in a rapidly advancing world and answer it with aplomb." ~ Jamie A. Hughes
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IN THIS INCREDIBLE, SWEEPING SAGA across thousands of years and hundreds of light years we come face to face with our fears and deep prejudices. It is here, in SEEDS OF MEMORY, that we get an idea of what it means to be "HUMAN" and what "HUMAN" really means. It is here, in SEEDS OF MEMORY, that we are confronted with the need to know colliding head-on with reality. Are we, HOMO SAPIENS SAPIENS, truly the only form that humans can take, and is our history the only history? Might there not be others, or others created out of the very stuff of life who are, after all, our brothers and sisters?kith and kin? In this story we find that the lines that divide have indistinct, fuzzy edges, and that we are the ones who make those divisions. Here we discover humanity at its magnificent best, its seething worst, and everything imaginable between, while we make an uncertain attempt to reunite two peoples separated by time and space...and other things.
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The follow-on to Storm Cloud Rising. Maelstrom and the third book have been included into the first book of the trilogy so that it is now a single novel.
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My short story, CLOUD, appears in this anthology.
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My short story, I NEVER SCREAM, is in this anthology.
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My short story, GOD SHIP, can be found here.
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