Occupation: part time brain surgeon, and volunteer at the local rocket science charity.
proud scotsman, heavy metal nut, and formula 1 fan.
all i present here is my own opinion. i have no higher education beyond high school so i can only base my opinion on what i have understood in laymans terms. i am open to the fact i am probably wrong most of the time.
i do not wish to cause offence to anyone, i have a sarcastic sense of humour which doesn't always come across well in print, and if i DO offend, please accept my apologies, i was probably only messing around. however i dont suffer fools gladly, and if i think you are a complete idiot (and you really do have to be trying quite hard) i will tell you, and have no more to say to you. so if you are just out to troll you are wasting your time.
if you make me laugh or think, you will get the best out of me.
oh yeah, i'm a cynical bugger too.
the profile pic is a parody of "braveheart" featuring iron maiden masoct "eddie the head". kind of fitting that it's a parody, cause lets be honest, so was "braveheart"!
Wed 23 Sep, 2015 10:57 am - and the forces that be did indeed get their knickers in a right old twist when the dead sea scrolls, and the nag hamadi scrolls showed their faces after 1500 years or so. (view)
Sun 10 Mar, 2013 07:09 am - Valve have some good games on their Steam service.
DC Universe online, D&D online, Star Trek online, APB reloaded are the ones i dip in and out of (dcuo is the one iplay the most...good... (view)
Wed 27 Feb, 2013 01:15 pm - [quote]That's because a subjective morality is logically incoherent.[/quote]
i don't understand.
if subjective morality is incoherent, then all morality must be objective and... (view)
Wed 27 Feb, 2013 01:07 pm - [quote]whatever brand of objective morality one might favor[/quote]
thus rendering that particular objective morality subjective.
but i really am trying to avoid this as i think, as i have... (view)
Wed 27 Feb, 2013 12:40 pm - evenin all.
i'll have a tea with a smidgen and a half of cotton wool please. and a toasted memory card with a side order of radiator please.
glad it's not just us that can't... (view)
Wed 27 Feb, 2013 11:57 am - [quote]I think that comes close to Gnosticism, although I don't think the Gnostics were, technically speaking, duotheists, unlike, say, the Manicheans. There are bunches of demiurges, though,... (view)