Russell's Teapot.  The irrationality of believing in things that can't be tested.

Russell's Teapot. The irrationality of believing in things that can't be tested.

Russell's teapot… Faulty logic as there is no proof of this teapot while there is ample evidence on numerous fields such as: history, archeology, science (suppressed, overlooked and/or ignored), medicine, prophetic math, and paranormal activity of vast degree which indicates that there is "something" more than just nothing out there… Maybe the flying spaghetti monster is in the teapot and will evolve into something in a few billion or so years… extreme Liberal logic… lol

Russell's teapot… Faulty logic as there is no proof of this teapot while there is ample evidence on numerous fields such as: history, archeology, science (suppressed, overlooked and/or ignored), medicine, prophetic math, and paranormal activity of vast degree which indicates that there is "something" more than just nothing out there… Maybe the flying spaghetti monster is in the teapot and will evolve into something in a few billion or so years… extreme Liberal logic… lol

Russell's Teapot.  All powerful, celestial, caffeine dispensing...what more could I possibly want?

Russell's Teapot. All powerful, celestial, caffeine dispensing...what more could I possibly want?

I love Stephen Fry.. he is so incredibly intelligent... (for the record, I respect everyone's beliefs... I do believe in God; not so much in teapot circling Venus...) :)

I love Stephen Fry.. he is so incredibly intelligent... (for the record, I respect everyone's beliefs... I do believe in God; not so much in teapot circling Venus...) :)

Russell's teapot - Wikipedia

Russell's teapot - Wikipedia

Honourable Bertrand Russell's teapot analogy did not satisfy even atheistic philosophers. Believing in a floating teapot is not the same as believing in theology. Teapots are not gods. Trivialities, knowable physical objects, the burden of proof-- things to discuss/contemplate over tea. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russell's_teapot

Honourable Bertrand Russell's teapot analogy did not satisfy even atheistic philosophers. Believing in a floating teapot is not the same as believing in theology. Teapots are not gods. Trivialities, knowable physical objects, the burden of proof-- things to discuss/contemplate over tea. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russell's_teapot

Linda Gunn-Russell. One *needs* a teapot in the bedroom for romantic entertaining, or for serving friends who prefer to hang out in your bedroom.  Thus, the 2nd fabulous teapot I've suggested for this room!

Linda Gunn-Russell. One *needs* a teapot in the bedroom for romantic entertaining, or for serving friends who prefer to hang out in your bedroom. Thus, the 2nd fabulous teapot I've suggested for this room!

scientificphilosopher: “Russell’s Teapot: “I ought to call myself an agnostic; but, for all practical purposes, I am an atheist. I do not think the existence of the Christian God any more probable than the existence of the Gods of Olympus or...

scientificphilosopher: “Russell’s Teapot: “I ought to call myself an agnostic; but, for all practical purposes, I am an atheist. I do not think the existence of the Christian God any more probable than the existence of the Gods of Olympus or...

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