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Atheist Not Hater updated by YuMei-sama Atheist Not Hater updated by YuMei-sama
OH GODS, HERE COMES THE RELIGION RANT. Please try not to get your panties in a bunch. KTHX

Issue 1- I do not believe that atheism is a religion. Rather, I think it's almost like a label. Atheism is the lack of belief in gods are deities or any higher being. Bluntly, it's the lack of religious belief of any kind in itself.

Issue 2- No Christfags, I say that as in an endearing nickname, we did not evolve from monkeys, apes, or chimpanzees. So, shut your face about why there are still monkeys because whatever argument you had is now invalid.

Anyways, we came from a common ancestor as all other "apes". There are many theories surrounding this controversial topic. One being that there was one male and one female primate. Otherwise known as the scientific "EVE" and scientific "ADAM".

The reason we use the names Adam and Eve is because religions based on those two are so wide-spread, it seemed much easier to relate the two.

As I was saying however, the scientific Eve and Adam were blessed with naturally nearly "perfect" genes. They breeded with each other and other primates. Although, the ones that inherited the best genes won out and survived and adapted and evolved further.

However, that is just one theory.

My personal belief is that as the common ancestor evolved, it split into many primates we know today. Two of which being the "modern" human and the neanderthal. Neanderthals lacked a voice box so their communication was not efficient enough. Even if they were physically stronger than us.

We outhunted them, and basically drove them to extinction. We did mate with a couple of them but all traces of their genetics disappeared after many many years of breeding.
Because, again, natural selection. The ones with the most neanderthalic traits generally died off.

Again, this is all my own personal belief. Different atheist hold different theories the same way different Christians or whatever religion hold different interpretations.

I am not a trained scientist or evolutionist. Every stated above is, in the end, still an opinion. Some of my opinions may be misinformed and for that, I apologize in advance.That includes my rant and your religious beliefs. Opinions are always wrong no matter what so I suppose neither of us are better than the other.

I'm not asking you forsake your religion and go get hit by a car or anything. And please, be a dear. Don't read one sentence, get batshit insane, and try to argue on a flawed concept. At least read of it before you go "dfkjdlfkjdlkf U MAWNSTER. HOW CUM WE STIL HAEV MONKEYS DEN HUH?????? DKJFDLKJF UR GOING TO HELL."

If your really need a nice comparison, although I don't personally believe in it's every aspect, take this.

If America came from England, why is England still there?

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zombuggles Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2013  Hobbyist
I wanna thank you for this stamp actually. I'm a christian and have been raised that way my whole life, but I don't believe in ranting to atheists about the Bible or why they don't believe in God, I think that's more of trolling than being religious.
I don't believe in evolution or things like that, but you did have an interesting theory there!
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migohunter Featured By Owner Jun 3, 2013
Thanks for this stamp!
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SilentLoneWolf Featured By Owner Jan 25, 2013
Does any other atheists hate when people just "think" you're religious when you don't say anything about it?

Anyway Thanks for finally making a stamp for they people out there who question the unexplained, not cover it up with a lie that doesn't even make sense!
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jFohr Featured By Owner Oct 7, 2012
To all those who say that Atheists hate God,
how can I hate something that I don't believe exists? -.-

Thanks for making this stamp, I LOVE IT. :heart:
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AsheSkyler Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
Aye, why be hateful? Even if we can't all agree on religion we should at least be able to agree that it's better to be polite rather than to be rude, and to be mature by admitting we aren't all knowing rather than to be prideful and think we can never make a mistake. The beginning of the world was so long ago and we have no documentation, so why argue who's right? Instead it's better to just sit down with a nice snack or drink and enjoy comparing theories. I quite like collecting them. I've never heard of the neanderthals not having a voice box, so that's a new one to add to my collection. Another recent one was that Earth was completely barren and moonless until another planet crashed into us, sparking the needed catalyst for life and giving us the moon when a chunk of that other planet broke off.

I'm biased towards a Creator, one that did it out of the love of creating rather than feeling like it was an obligation. So in a nutshell, I think that the Creator started with a tiny little organism and tweaked on its design every so often until eventually all of us came to be. The Creator isn't finished and must still creating. Don't they say scientists discover new species all the time?
My opinion on missing links is either A) not everything landed in an ideal situation to where it could be fossilized or B) the Creator hit a moment of inspiration and jumped ahead.
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kimberleytheresa Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Its 10 to the power of two-thousand& something (cant remember the actual number) more probable that we have evolved from one common ancestor (like your theory) than multiple ancestors.
Just thought i'd throw that out there :)
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Enna-Illim Featured By Owner Dec 10, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
BANANA'S!!! :dummy:

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FireFlyExposed Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
When people argue monkeys and primates the theory revolves, if you will, more around the idea that there are primates and there are humans and nothing in between. If you look at the way evolutionists theorise - primate ... mostly but not all the way primate ... sort of primate but sort of neanderthal ... neanderthal ... blah blah blah ... human.

Taking that into consideration the theory of monkey (primate) and man is as such - why would there be no creature in between monkey and man, why did evolution skip over some primates to keep them primates? Why are there no more in between creatures? if evolution skipped over some primates, then surely it should have skipped over the in between and they would be walking the earth? then there is the alternative theory of why there are only one or two skeletal remains of primitive ancestors ... could it not be that they were disfigured somehow?

I am not telling you that you are wrong or right to think what you think, but those are the theories of monkey/man.

Comparing land masses is useless in this debate, there is factual geological evidence of plate tectonics and how the different landmasses are connected along fault lines and shifted as a result. There are theories on human evolution (good theories, but still theories), but there is scientific evidence of plate tectonics.

Christfag can't be a general term for all religions since Christ as a Christ figure that people coined christfag from is solely from Christianity. If you refer to christfags, then you are referring to Christians only.
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YuMei-sama Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2011
I suppose you're right. I apologize for the ChristFag term and confusion about it. However, I did mean it in an endearing term in a sense.

As for why I compared landmasses, it had nothing to do with the geological facts. I do realize that it's not as if America broke apart from Britain, floated over the Atlantic ocean, and hustled itself in between Canada and Mexico.
I chose to use that specific example because it was a concept that most people could easily grasp.


As for why evolution decided to skip over some primates to keep them primates, I don't know. I'm not trained for this field and all of my statements have been my own opinion. I'm sure there's an ulterior reason for it though.

Disfigured skeletons? That is a solid theory. Considering our natural curiosity, we do tend to blow things out of proportion. Theories are theories and will remain so until proved. Both you and me are right and wrong I. Thank you for stopping here and invoicing your opinion. It's been a while since anybody actually thought against me instead of just dumbly going along with it.
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FireFlyExposed Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Hmmm, seems we are both out of the field of evolution :D.

I suppose the only way to find out for sure is to have a bulk of evidence for either theory ... which there doesn't appear to be all that much for either argument (I could be wrong).

Thank you for not taking up my argument the wrong way :)
It's good to see others opinions and theories on things.
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