Ask an Atheist with Sam Mulvey

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This Week: Sticky and Transparent Circumstances

Sam speaks with guest Faye who recounts the moment that percipitated her departure from high school Mormon seminary class, Dan explains slime eels, Becky verifies that there are ways to be an atheist apart from Humanist, and Colby asks about the Scopes Monkey Trial and offers her perspective on art.
 
29.3 July 17, 2017 01:17:40
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Now, while I haven’t heard all of your podcasts (I am working on it, though) I think you have the impression that (using my terms) that the only type of Atheist is a Humanist-Atheist. I am _not_ a humanist Atheist. Rather I consider myself to be an Objectivist-Atheist. I think you may need to address this oversight, eventually.

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Denis July 19, 2017 at 6:01 am

Ref: the hagfish spill. I heard about the “eel” spill in the news. I immediately knew these were not the elvers, baby eels, like those exported from Maine at around $2000 a pound. I did not know that they were the hagfish of which I have heard.

Dan’s information was clear and concise. What I had known about hagfish was so little to what Dan had said.

Ref: Objectivist-Atheist. “okay google What the ef is an Objectivist-Atheist”

Ref: Pesty protesters. The merchants near me seem to notice leaves on the ground when loiterers gather. The merchants are responsible for keeping the side walks clean of debris. Leaf blowers work real well at removing both.

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