Exposing Evolution As A Mess and Atheism As Hot-Air!

When Science As A Designer Nightmare

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This is gruesome, but some people are claiming that religion is holding back science but if this is what the can get up to, then they should be  stopped .  How come it is easier to expreminent on Blacks or the Japanese?

There is something wrong with secular ethics and those who believe that without religion they can make correct moral decision are underestimating man’s ability to do evil.

I wish this story was false and I could sleep well at night knowing that I will not be harmed.


Written by dawkinswatch

January 29, 2008 at 5:16 pm

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  1. And yet you love and worship a god who plans on torturing people forever.

    So much for “morality”.


    January 29, 2008 at 6:04 pm

  2. You need to fix the video ID by removing the ] at the end. It can be watched here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQ5yMRQ-vrg

    This has nothing to do with religious or secular ethics, this is a tragic story of racism in its vilest form.

    Do you have some evidence that the men who approved, planned, or ran this experiment were atheists? If not that how do you justify assigning blame to “secular ethics”?


    January 29, 2008 at 6:18 pm

  3. Oh, my. Let me get this straight. You are going with the old, foolish, and oft-repeated claim that morality flows from your particular fantastical deity. How amusing.

    Out of many possible couters to that particular peice of anti-intelluctual fluff, I am going to go with this one.

    Self-described atheists, according to every study (sources available on request), have lower rates of incarceration and divorce, higher rates of education and income, and give more to charity then self described Christians in America. By every measurable standard, they morality is superior to Christians. It is also interesting to note that atheists (that very moral group) mahage to beat out christians while maintaining their behavior without fear of punishment or promise of reward.

    It is also interesting to note that Tuskegee was carried out at a time when the majority of researchers were still theists, unlike today.


    January 29, 2008 at 6:29 pm

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