Re: What do you believe?

What do you believe, and what do you believe in? I believe we should stand up for correct perceptions and responsibilities.


Do you have a personal philosophy? My personal philosophy is to be responsible for my actions and correct prejudices within my influence.

A political philosophy? My political philosophy is to have an informed public capable of making sober and correct decisions to solve problems that plague us with a consensus.

A religious philosophy? My religious philosophy is there is always a source from where it all comes like the electricity for my laptop.

Where do you see yourself fitting in? I see myself fit right here.

And what are you fitting in to? This text box.

Is faith in technology still faith? Faith is trust in a thing without proof and a Faith in technology does occur - will my invented product sell; will people answer your questions; am I wasting my time???

Does reason preclude belief? Belief is a cookie cutter approach to reason.

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Why are so many objects in space shaped like discs?

It's one of the most consistent patterns in the unviverse. What causes it?

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  • Spinning discs are everywhere – just look at our solar system, the rings of Saturn, and all the spiral galaxies in the universe.
  • Spinning discs are the result of two things: The force of gravity and a phenomenon in physics called the conservation of angular momentum.
  • Gravity brings matter together; the closer the matter gets, the more it accelerates – much like an ice skater who spins faster and faster the closer their arms get to their body. Then, this spinning cloud collapses due to up and down and diagonal collisions that cancel each other out until the only motion they have in common is the spin – and voila: A flat disc.

This is the best (and simplest) world map of religions

Both panoramic and detailed, this infographic manages to show both the size and distribution of world religions.

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  • See how religions mix at both national and regional level.
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