won't shake the foundations.
we connect through
a rather radical medium
more often than not
we see one another
parties on the sidewalk.
we say hello,
how are you?
how's life been?
we connect. we're human.
and there it is.
it's here to stay.
you cannot be hipster enough to completely avoid it.
you cannot deny the force it weilds in changing the face of human interaction.
anonymity. the ability to say that which you want because it is not the same as speaking
face to face.
especially with strangers.
and because you can really think about what you want to say.
you can write anything
and still be quick.
seperated by cities or oceans
you can exchange thoughts with a friend the moment you finish writing it.
i see these enormous things happening in the world today-
bones to pick
the seperation of church and state, or the lack of it.
and especially how it affects the country i am a citizen of.
on that, it boils down to religion.
"religious special interest"
throwing wrenches in my countries political cogs,
while simultaneously receiving tax exempt status.
this is organized religion.
this has nothing to do with whether or not god exists.
atheism is an entirely different subject
that i shall refrain from in this.
i want to be able to openly discuss relevant topics as deeply as possible with
i want legitimate peer review and refutation.
i want to learn to disagree.
i want us to learn from one another.
a forum for anyone in the search of good reason and truth.
a diving board for the philosphers.
an experiment for the scientists.
a hammer for the skeptics.
to put it to the test.
please. please. please. weigh your ideas with critical reason and evaluation.
and if you could comment on this anonymously
and i would have no idea who is saying what
would you be more inclined?