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ya know... This seems like a lot of ink to spend on negativity. Why not spend the energy on learning positive things. Dawkins yes, but what about: The Selfish Gene, or The Blind Watchmaker? Or Pinker: The Blank Slate & How the Mind works. Or Guns, Germs, & Steel & the Third Chipanzee, by Jared Diamond.

Rather than argue against Santa, Jupiter, flying elephants and talking fleas, makes more sense to load up on answers to how history and humanity really work. It is better to spend energy understanding things that do exist, rather than confining one self to negating others delusions. --Philobyte 22:28, 30 December 2008 (CST)

How about God's Debris, by Scott Adams? It's not strictly atheist, but not really religious, either, and it's literally "free thought" - that is, a bizarre idea that doesn't really tie in with any worldviews. 19:32, 9 March 2009 (CDT)

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