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All that the fossils show is that there used to be ape-people who are not us.

However, in a 2007 blog post, he appeared to express the view that atheism (defined here solely as claiming there's no God) is essentially a form of dogmatism and used a version of Pascal's Wager to defend belief in This brings me to atheists. Therefore, to be a true atheist, you have to believe you are the very thing that you argue doesn’t exist: God. You might be willing to accept a 10% risk of going skiing and getting hurt, but you wouldn’t accept a 10% risk of a nuclear war.

Formerly a telecom engineer, Scott has embarked on a whole new life as a social engineer.

He currently lives in a house shaped like Dilbert and has a matrix of microwaves for making large quantities of burrito and popcorn at once, In his 1997 book The Dilbert Future, Adams professed his belief in the bit of woo known as the law of attraction (a concept popularized by the 2006 book The Secret), claiming that he has achieved multiple life goals through the power of positive thinking alone: The idea behind writing affirmations is that you simply write down your goals 15 times a day and somehow, as if by magic, coincidences start to build until you achieve your objective against all odds.

Or is it like every other LRN (large round number) that someone pulled out of his ass and it became true by repetition?

Adams' purported chance of ending up in hell, 0.00000000001%, is completely arbitrary and could have easily been 0.00000000002%. Science isn’t about being right every time, or even most of the time.

But some of my goals involved neither hard work nor skill of any kind. I’d also like to know how the Holocaust death total of 6 million was determined.

Is it the sort of number that is so well documented with actual names and perhaps a Nazi paper trail that no historian could doubt its accuracy, give or take ten thousand?

But then, he says that economic models are worthless. If you told me one specific model was good, that might sound convincing.

But if climate scientists have multiple models, and they all point in the same general direction, something sounds fishy.

Prior to my Dilbert success, I used affirmations on a string of hugely unlikely goals that all materialized in ways that seemed miraculous.

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