• Religion- should all male atheists be detained at her majesty's pleasure and their females but in a special 'correctional' AKA secure unit?

    Best answer: No. Why would you think that? Have you been watching Handmaid s Tale ?
    Best answer: No. Why would you think that? Have you been watching Handmaid s Tale ?
    8 answers · Jokes & Riddles · 1 month ago
  • Could it be Fibroids or something more serious?

    Best answer: Did you specifically tell your doctor about the severe pain? Maybe you were nervous and speaking too fast, and the doctor only heard the part about the swelling? I think you should go back to your doctor, (or a walk in clinic?) and start off by explaining, not too fast, that you are very worried and the pain is terrible. show more
    Best answer: Did you specifically tell your doctor about the severe pain? Maybe you were nervous and speaking too fast, and the doctor only heard the part about the swelling? I think you should go back to your doctor, (or a walk in clinic?) and start off by explaining, not too fast, that you are very worried and the pain is terrible.
    1 answer · Other - Diseases · 5 months ago
  • If a woman named Judy became prophet and the goddess of a new religion, would they call it Judyism?

    Best answer: Well, Judy is short for Judith and Judith means 'woman from Judea' so I think your idea has already been used, sort of.
    Best answer: Well, Judy is short for Judith and Judith means 'woman from Judea' so I think your idea has already been used, sort of.
    7 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 5 months ago
  • Why when white blood cells down they won’t give you chemo an if you don’t get chemo you will die?

    Best answer: Chemo can sometimes cause low levels of white blood cells. The way chemo works is that it's designed to kill rapidly growing cells, like cancer and hair for example. So as others have explained, a blood test is given before each chemo treatment. If your white cell count is low, you may have to wait a week or more before you can have... show more
    Best answer: Chemo can sometimes cause low levels of white blood cells. The way chemo works is that it's designed to kill rapidly growing cells, like cancer and hair for example. So as others have explained, a blood test is given before each chemo treatment. If your white cell count is low, you may have to wait a week or more before you can have chemo. Otherwise your immune system will be seriously affected and the common cold will be extremely serious for you. Postponing chemo will not usually lead to death.
    5 answers · Cancer · 6 months ago
  • Why some people live prestigious life with not too bad diet get cancer, and others live poor with not too good diet won't get cancer.?

    Best answer: As Archie explained, there are many different things that sometimes cause cancer. One major cause is aging. People in Western countries used to die from tuberculosis, and many kinds of infectious diseases. Now people live longer, so there is a much greater risk of our DNA going crazy, as we age. It's just like your printer, or... show more
    Best answer: As Archie explained, there are many different things that sometimes cause cancer. One major cause is aging. People in Western countries used to die from tuberculosis, and many kinds of infectious diseases. Now people live longer, so there is a much greater risk of our DNA going crazy, as we age. It's just like your printer, or anything else. She has a 6 month old printer and his is a year old and my printer is 3 years old. Which printer is likely to break first? People in third world countries are sometimes drinking dirty water and walking through garbage. So they are more likely to die young of an infectious disease, and not from cancer.
    11 answers · Other - General Health Care · 5 months ago
  • Christians and Muslims HAVE proved God exists to their many followers, what more proof do you want, a miracle?

    Best answer: Ha, ha, ha, yes I want a miracle. Wait, no, I think we are better off attempting to set our own constitutions, laws and morals.
    Best answer: Ha, ha, ha, yes I want a miracle. Wait, no, I think we are better off attempting to set our own constitutions, laws and morals.
    16 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 6 months ago
  • Had a really weird dream....any idea what it means?

    Best answer: I think it just means you are somewhat sad to be moving away. You're looking forward to your new job, and you understand how life is, we all do gradually forget people in this situation. So there's a sadness, knowing that you'll gradually forget.
    Best answer: I think it just means you are somewhat sad to be moving away. You're looking forward to your new job, and you understand how life is, we all do gradually forget people in this situation. So there's a sadness, knowing that you'll gradually forget.
    1 answer · Dream Interpretation · 1 year ago
  • Atheists why do you think God doesn't love rape victim , learning disablity etc?

    Best answer: The gods don't love people because gods don't exist. Non-existent things can't love. Non-existent things can't do anything.
    Best answer: The gods don't love people because gods don't exist. Non-existent things can't love. Non-existent things can't do anything.
    7 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 1 year ago
  • Which aspects of the emergence of life did god play an active role in? Does he intervene in life these days, or is he a passive observer?

    Best answer: The gods did not play any role in the emergence of life. Gods don't actually exist. They are fantasies invented by people. Non-existent things can't intervene in life, nor can they observe.
    Best answer: The gods did not play any role in the emergence of life. Gods don't actually exist. They are fantasies invented by people. Non-existent things can't intervene in life, nor can they observe.
    8 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 1 year ago
  • Can you give me proof thar god exists please?

    Best answer: No. Sorry, I really can't give you that proof. I have never seen proof for the existence of any gods.
    Best answer: No. Sorry, I really can't give you that proof. I have never seen proof for the existence of any gods.
    17 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 1 year ago
  • Atheists, if I wanted to kill you and enslave your children to benefit myself, how would you tell me I was wrong. I arrived at these beliefs?

    Best answer: I would explain the Golden Rule: treat others as you would wish to be treated. I would explain that compassion and kindness, and knowledge of right and wrong come from the human mind. Look at it from the opposite viewpoint: If it's the right thing for you to kill and enslave, then it must be the right thing for others to do it to... show more
    Best answer: I would explain the Golden Rule: treat others as you would wish to be treated. I would explain that compassion and kindness, and knowledge of right and wrong come from the human mind. Look at it from the opposite viewpoint: If it's the right thing for you to kill and enslave, then it must be the right thing for others to do it to you. As humans with brains, we know that this killing and enslaving is wrong.
    21 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 1 year ago
  • Is humanity a freak accident or is there a creator or something it doesnt seem so far fetched?

    Best answer: There is no creator. Considering how many atoms and molecules were bumping into each other for millions of years, maybe life is not a freak accident, but somewhat inevitable on our Goldilocks planet? Then, billions of years of science based evolution followed, and then there were humans. There were a number of mass extinctions, so the... show more
    Best answer: There is no creator. Considering how many atoms and molecules were bumping into each other for millions of years, maybe life is not a freak accident, but somewhat inevitable on our Goldilocks planet? Then, billions of years of science based evolution followed, and then there were humans. There were a number of mass extinctions, so the fact that we're here is due to chance, but not completely freaky. So maybe it "EXPLODED into a giant universe" and then planets formed and "Considering how many atoms and molecules were bumping into each ..." etc.
    9 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 years ago
  • Anyone have an answer to my loneliness?

    Best answer: Have you been hoping that someone, or a group of people at work, will suggest getting together Friday after work? Or hoping some people will suggest a movie night? Maybe there are other lonely people where you work, also wondering why they're not attracting people. Looks like you may have to be the one to start something. Start a... show more
    Best answer: Have you been hoping that someone, or a group of people at work, will suggest getting together Friday after work? Or hoping some people will suggest a movie night? Maybe there are other lonely people where you work, also wondering why they're not attracting people. Looks like you may have to be the one to start something. Start a social club at work, or just ask a few people if there interested in going for a meal Friday, (or any day).
    3 answers · Other - Society & Culture · 2 years ago
  • Is anyone else worried about Christianity dwindling in Britain?

    Best answer: I'm not worried. Look at the province of Quebec, for example. Up until the 1960's, the catholic church was running things. You needed a baptism certificate to get into school, for example. But that changed rapidly. The church was "kicked to the curb" as it were. However, many still use the church for baptism, marriage... show more
    Best answer: I'm not worried. Look at the province of Quebec, for example. Up until the 1960's, the catholic church was running things. You needed a baptism certificate to get into school, for example. But that changed rapidly. The church was "kicked to the curb" as it were. However, many still use the church for baptism, marriage and funerals. At the same time, few are worried about birth control, abortion, gay marriage or the right to die. For most, those things are not an issue. However, many still use their Christian heritage to criticize the wearing of turbans, hijabs and especially niqabs.
    9 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 12 months ago
  • What do you want to happen after you die?

    Best answer: After I die, I hope the things I want while still living will continue. I hope their will be better living conditions for people, better salaries, clean air and water and a gradual reduction in population. I hope people will be better educated and that fewer and fewer people will believe in gods. As for an afterlife, it's... show more
    Best answer: After I die, I hope the things I want while still living will continue. I hope their will be better living conditions for people, better salaries, clean air and water and a gradual reduction in population. I hope people will be better educated and that fewer and fewer people will believe in gods. As for an afterlife, it's mostly too impossible to imagine. This amazing life is the only life there is. When you are dead, it's like before you were conceived. No darkness. No light. No noise. No silence. No laughter. No tears. No awareness whatsoever.You will not know you are dead. You will not know you ever existed. There is nothing to fear. As a living person, you have 5 senses - sight, sound, smell, taste, touch. Your brain processes sensory input. Your brain remembers, rationalizes, questions, thinks! When you die, you cease to exist. You have no senses and no processor. So if somehow I don't cease to exist, what will I be without senses? "I" won't exist but be a bunch of magnetic impulses, in some sort of computer, all mingled together with other former peoples impulses? It might be horrific!
    17 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 1 year ago
  • A Jehovah witness from my work died?

    Best answer: This is horrific. This seems to happen quite often, due to refusal of blood transfusion, which is a medical treatment. There have been recent JW deaths in Quebec.
    Best answer: This is horrific. This seems to happen quite often, due to refusal of blood transfusion, which is a medical treatment. There have been recent JW deaths in Quebec.
    25 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 1 year ago
  • Which of these statements is an opinion? (Answer ASAP)?

    Best answer: B. is an opinion.
    Best answer: B. is an opinion.
    4 answers · Homework Help · 1 year ago
  • Can christians prove that my belief the 12 disciples were hallucinating about Jesus is wrong? I made the claim they have the burden of proof?

    Best answer: That's not how it works. You made the claim, so you have to prove it.
    Best answer: That's not how it works. You made the claim, so you have to prove it.
    6 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 1 year ago
  • IS IT A SIN FOR CHRISTIAN WOMEN TO WORK OUT/BE MUSCULAR AND NOT SHAVE THEIR BODY HAIR?

    Best answer: First of all, there's actually no such thing as sin. Sin is defined as a crime against gods or religion, and since gods don't exist, you can't sin. Instead of worrying about sin, people should try to do the right thing and obey the laws, (although sometimes the right thing can be illegal!). Secondly, I'm really concerned... show more
    Best answer: First of all, there's actually no such thing as sin. Sin is defined as a crime against gods or religion, and since gods don't exist, you can't sin. Instead of worrying about sin, people should try to do the right thing and obey the laws, (although sometimes the right thing can be illegal!). Secondly, I'm really concerned about all these women in the world removing their body hair. If a person is Christian, for example, surely they believe that their body hair is from god, so they should leave it alone? And if a person is in the atheist/humanist spectrum, then they believe that body hair and bushy eyebrows and so on are an evolutionary advantage, so they should leave the hair alone? Being muscular seems like a very good thing, regardless of your life stance.
    5 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 1 year ago
  • Why don't some people believe in God?

    Best answer: People don't believe in gods as there's never been one iota of evidence for their existence. It's obvious to us that gods were invented by humans. The god idea is based on human fathers and human kings. A father can be kind, loving, forgiving, or demanding and punishing. The idea of gods is used to control people. show more
    Best answer: People don't believe in gods as there's never been one iota of evidence for their existence. It's obvious to us that gods were invented by humans. The god idea is based on human fathers and human kings. A father can be kind, loving, forgiving, or demanding and punishing. The idea of gods is used to control people.
    23 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 years ago