Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 8th Jun 2012 23:07 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems Two weeks ago, my grandmother passed away - the last grandparent I had left. As those of you with experience in dealing with deceased family members know, the funeral is only the start; the next part is taking care of the deceased's affairs, which includes going through all their belongings to determine what to do with them. I took care of my grandmother's extensive book collection, and while doing so, I hit something that fascinated me to no end: a six-volume Christian Encyclopaedia from 1956. In it, I found something I just had to share with OSNews.
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james_parker
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2005-06-29


The statement "god exists" is not falsifiable.
The statement "god doesn't exist" is not falsifiable.


These statements strike me as too strong; rather I would suggest, "I do not know the statement 'god exists' to be falsifiable", and "I do not know the statement 'god doesn't exist' to be falsifiable".

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