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Christianity &Islam &Judaism Thomas on 31 Mar 2010 12:47 am

God’s Debris

If you are a Christian or a Muslim, this free online book by Scott Adams (Dilbert’s creator) is something that you should read:

God’s Debris

It might help you to think differently about the world.

An audio preview:

6 Responses to “God’s Debris”

  1. on 31 Mar 2010 at 4:09 pm 1.Horatio said …

    Almost 10 years old but still good although not fresh. I especially enjoy level 5: The Avatar level, the mind is a delusion-generating machine, and that science is another belief system.

    Science is a belief system in which the fanatics find all truth and all meaning in life wrapped up in the interpretations of men. Its sad but Scott’s challenge brings home the point. After reading Debris, I couldn’t help but wonder what scrambled the old man’s brain?

  2. on 31 Mar 2010 at 8:31 pm 2.Loi said …

    I have read some of God’s Debris, and at times it seems to veer off into silliness. For example, in one chapter the old man asks the main character, “Where is your free will?” In a sense, this is like asking, “Have you stopped beating your wife?”
    A person’s free will is nowhere. Free will is only a label. For example, I love my little brother, but my love for him exists nowhere. I only describe my feelings for him with the label, “love”. Free will is much similar.

  3. on 02 Apr 2010 at 11:39 am 3.dmabus said …

    you little liars do nothing but antagonize…

    and you try to eliminate all the dreams and hopes of humanity…

    but you LOST…



    Einstein puts the final nail in the coffin of atheism…




    atheists deny their own life element…



  4. on 04 Apr 2010 at 4:15 pm 4.Severin said …

    Horatio 1
    “Science is a belief system in which the fanatics find all truth and all meaning in life wrapped up in the interpretations of men.”

    Science is not a belief system. Scientists do not believe anything without proofs.

    Religions are systems in which fools are trying to find truth in stupid, contradictory, cruel, inconsistent, unproved fairy tails.

    If you have a mobile phone, why don’t you throw it away? If you visit doctors when sick, why don’t you stop? Why do you use cars or plains? Those are all parts of the system “fanatic” scientists enabled you to enjoy.
    Or, why don’t you try to just shout us your comments loudly, instead using Internet? Maybe your god would help you to reach us that way.

    Only organized religions and religious people are stupid enough to follow unproved fairy tails.

  5. on 05 Apr 2010 at 2:23 am 5.Makarel said …

    “Science is not a belief system. Scientists do not believe anything without proofs.”

    Severin, your qoute is pathetic, you are basically saying that science is a belief system when you try to say that it is not.

    Look closely, “Scientists do not believe anything without proof.”
    So what you are saying is that scientists believe in anything they can prove.

    So if you can prove it, you believe it.


    Get a better qoutation because you a punching yourself with your qoutes, and maybe even injuring yourself so you have to go and get a check up at the nearest sensibility clinic. Your qoutes do not make sense nor your pathetic arguments, mispelling is fine with me, i want to see your point, and yes I see it. Its a pathetic one still.

  6. on 05 Apr 2010 at 2:44 am 6.A real-ist said …

    One wonders if something is true. That person then tests to see if it is true. The test proves it is true. Then that person believes what he wondered is true, based on the proof. If the test proves it isn’t true, then that person believes it isn’t true. Makes sense to me. If we scientificaly prove that God is real, then we can all believe he is real. So yes, “Scientists do not believe anything without proof” does make sense.

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