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Saturday, February 25, 2012

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In a debate with Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams, atheism poster boy Richard Dawkins admitted there's a god. Well, a chance of one. A very small chance. To be specific, Dawkins said, according to the Independent, "the probability of any supernatural creator existing is very, very low, so let's say I'm a 6.9." (That was "on his own atheism scale of one-to-seven," seven being the most certainly atheist.)



That seems to me akin to Nick Griffin coming out and admitting that he is grieving for Whitney Houston.

3 comments:

Max Blake said...

Dawkins has always said this, he talked about it at length in 'The God Delusion'. As PZ Myers said on Pharyngula, he is a scientist afterall...
http://freethoughtblogs.com/pharyngula/2012/02/24/a-telegraph-poll-of-remarkable-inanity/

Syd said...

Other than her immediate family, is any one actually grieving for Whitney Houston, a tone deaf junkie who could not sing.

Syd said...

I believe that Richard Dawkins was being some what over generous in his estimate. He probably did not want to distress the god bothering nutcase / archbishop too much.
The real odds of there being a god or some other supernatural deity are without doubt a big ZERO.
All religions and all associated deities, were invented by a tiny minority of men, (probably the Bankers of the day) in order to control the lives (and wallets) of the vast majority of other men.