The ebb and flow of spaces

So I meant to post online after Colossalcon, but it appears I seriously procrastinated on that. So a few weeks late here is my colossalcon video.


I haven’t had alot of time to read “The God Delusion” but I managed to get about 100 pages in. So far I can tell you that Dawkins isn’t really vicious in his book, but he doesn’t hesistate to use adjectives and adverbs. Right now I’m in the middle of the chapter which lists some of the arguments in favor of a god, and they really do come varied. Many of them wouldn’t be taken seriously by average religious people while others are stern attempts at trying to scientifically prove a god. Dawkins is pretty througough in his point of view, but this is a book I’ll probably have to read more than once to catch everything.


In the movie sector I really haven’t seen anything lately expect for the Big 4 concert last Tuesday (eight-fuckin’-teen bucks for one ticket) it was pricey but was worth it. I haven’t seen Karate Kid yet, but I plan on checking out The Last Airbender when it comes out.  I’m sure my dad will see Predator when it comes out, so I should be able to tell you a little about it when it’s released.


Did any of you see the yellow skies after the storm last night? We had that and lime-green grass as well.

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5 Responses to The ebb and flow of spaces

  1. therealgirlscout says:

    Hi hitto!! Yes, I was sitting out on the front porch and the sky turned a sickly yellow after the rainstorm. It was spooky! LOL

    • polarbear20 says:

      Sitting on the front porch? I was hiding under my bed!! 😀

      But really, I’m surprised that Power of 5 Chief Douchebag didn’t come on the TV and tell us “we’re all gonna die” like he usually does!! LOL!!

  2. Princess says:

    stern attempts at trying to scientifically prove a god. that’s IMPOSSIBLE there…….science is HUMAN……….only GOD is GOD.
    it’s called faith my dear, faith

    • hittosan says:

      That was actually part of Dawkin’s rebuttal. He basically took the definition of supernatural (that which is beyond the reach of science) and basically said that science and religion have nothing to do with eachother and should stay out of eachother’s business. By this he expressed disapproval of those who tried to use science to prove religion. He continued that science only tests religion when it is a matter of science (i.e. do prayers really help sick people), and in the beginning of his book described the question of god as a question that affects the universe and is subject to scientific analysis. This all sounds the same, but he had justified it. But it is one of those things that falls under “I need to read it again.”

      My take is that because of the nature of the god theory and to agree what you said, it is impossible (or damn near it) to scientifically prove any god. However going on scientific rational (not religious (faith)) this means that one should not believe in any god, that is until it can be proved. It is under the jurisdiction of faith that one should believe in a god.

  3. therealgirlscout says:

    I agree, pb! That douchebag is OBSESSED with the weather. Channel 5 will pre-empt 45 minutes of an hour show, so he can repeat the same shit over and over and over…… nauseum! Just scroll it across the bottom of the screen like every other channel does – DUH!

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