An atomic bomb looks like the power of god. I wonder why we still have war, when we have nukes? The worst part about being in the military was the realization that I was nothing more than a toy soldier. Guns are for wimps. Those Manhattan Project scientists were true bad-asses.

The role of religion in war confounds me. War made more sense, when people fought for war gods. Is the Christian, Islamic, Judaic god — a war god?

The war-goddess was a once popular icon. Part of today’s strife comes due to the debated role of women. Some cultures prefer their women mired in ignorance. Warmonger feminists make me wonder the wisdom in keeping women ignorant. I don’t hate women, but some male hating feminists tend to make me want to hate right back. Most people reciprocate the hate. I try not to, but I have a limited number of cheeks to turn.

Atomic power comes from the release of energy as an unstable isotope strives to reach a stable state. E=mc2 equates matter and energy. Our bodies are forms of energy. Do we ever reach a stable state? Is there a heaven? You can’t prove or disprove god. Nuclear power hints god exists. The question is whether god gets some amusement out of our war games.

I used the picture from, “Five Characters in Search of an Exit” (an episode of the television series The Twilight Zone,) to represent limited human perspective. If god exists then he, she, or it — is beyond our perception. Atheists are idiots for not seeing this obvious truth and denying the glimmer of hope that heaven represents. I’m agnostic, which means I have some acceptance of ignorance. I’m not god and only a god can know, the unknowable.


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