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Sharon "Honeybee" Wells commented on Sharon "Honeybee" Wells's group Nature: Beauty, Plants, animals, experiences
"My little friend."
14 hours ago
Sharon "Honeybee" Wells commented on World Pantheism's group Water Cooler
"It's Squirrel Appreciation Day! I love watching the squirrels when they visit my yard.  "
17 hours ago
Gary G replied to Judith Taylor's discussion Why it's critical to protect wild animals that some call "predators" in the group Animal Rights and Rescue
"Judith, the links to outside articles are working great, really adds to site here. Checked my province's history on wolves and big cats and it was a sad story but important one to be aware of. "
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Gary G commented on Sharon "Honeybee" Wells's group Nature: Beauty, Plants, animals, experiences
"Sharon, I think the little one even has a mushroom haircut, cute photo."
Wednesday
Sharon "Honeybee" Wells commented on Sharon "Honeybee" Wells's group Nature: Beauty, Plants, animals, experiences
"I saw this a few minutes ago and thought of you, Gary G lol."
Wednesday
Antony Van der Mude commented on World Pantheism's group Water Cooler
"Sharon, this is very touching and serene in its images. Certainly better than "Live fast, die young and leave a beautiful corpse". That's what I'm thinkin' But on a more serious note, we have been living through a stressful…"
Tuesday
Antony Van der Mude commented on Paul Harrison's group Reviving the site
"Yes. We don't have enough people right now for a "critical mass". It is usually the case that there is a core group of active members who keep things going and a much larger group of lurkers who sit back and experience. That's…"
Tuesday
Antony Van der Mude commented on Paul Harrison's group Reviving the site
"Wow, Judith. It is really neat to be in the presence of an Internet Ninja Superhero - I am truly in awe. I could never get the hang of all that. The first (and last) time I worked on a web page was for my department at Bell Labs back in 1995. I…"
Tuesday
Sharon "Honeybee" Wells commented on Paul Harrison's group Reviving the site
"I sought but never did find lol. But you bring up an interesting point. Are the groups the endpoints? Or are the discussions the endpoints and maybe we aren't using the groups in the best way possible? I do like the idea of a search…"
Monday
Antony Van der Mude commented on Paul Harrison's group Reviving the site
""Seek and ye shall find" But I'm with you, Sharon. As a professional computer geek who has spent half my career in that branch of Artificial Intelligence known as Natural Language Processing, I know this to be a gnarly technical…"
Monday
Antony Van der Mude commented on World Pantheism's group Water Cooler
"One of the first wildlife crossings was built in the 1980's near to where I used to live in Summit, New Jersey. Interstate 78 was built through the Watchung…"
Monday
Sharon "Honeybee" Wells commented on World Pantheism's group Water Cooler
"The other day I saw a reference somewhere here on overpasses and underpasses for wildlife, and now I can't find that discussion.  But I just learned that that's a consideration here in my neck of the woods with regard to I-40 from…"
Monday
Gary G joined World Pantheism's group
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Books and Poetry

Books and poetry of interest to Pantheists, including literature and non-fiction. (intrst)See More
Sunday
Gary G replied to Judith Taylor's discussion Articles Worth Reading and Discussing in the group Books and Poetry
"I rarely read anything longer than a sentence but I found this well written essay a fascinating many flavoured ride, her (god/nature) beliefs were quite similar  to my own which in my case include, beliefs are just another appearance in the…"
Sunday
Sharon "Honeybee" Wells commented on World Pantheism's group Smoky Mountains
"Anyone with snow pics this morning from WNC? I  only have 4 inches in the yard, but I know the mountaintops nearby got quite a bit more."
Sunday
Judith Taylor added a discussion to the group Books and Poetry
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Articles Worth Reading and Discussing

POSTERS: To encourage discussion, please say why you're adding the title of an article and link to it.RESPONDERS: Please read the article before responding to keep the response relevant and the discussion valuable to all.FYI, this is an experiment to see whether posts added to this topic are threaded so they remain under the topic.See More
Jan 15

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The Many and the One

Started by World Pantheism in Aspects of & FAQs about Naturalistic/Scientific Pantheism. Last reply by Gary G Jan 12. 33 Replies

Traditionally Pantheism has included a belief in the Unity of all existing things, and most of us, when looking at the ocean or the night sky, also have a strong feeling of this.However, a naturalistic form of Pantheism accepts the scientific view,…Continue

Pantheist Witches or Wiccans - Are There Any Here?

Started by Christine C. in Water cooler. Last reply by Tyler D. Clow Nov 30, 2015. 87 Replies

There are many Atheist Witches and Wiccans that I know of who use herbalism, aromatherapy, meditation and energy work in their lives.  Their practices are completely natural and based on science rather than the belief gods and goddesses.  Please…Continue

Faith and Pantheism

Started by Walter Alan Mandell in Aspects of & FAQs about Naturalistic/Scientific Pantheism. Last reply by jc french Apr 8, 2015. 95 Replies

In the New York Times there is a very interesting discussion going on regarding how to define 'faith'.seehttp://tinyurl.com/lwcrusto read the various New York Times readers various takes on what 'faith' means…Continue

Tags: definitions, Pantheism, faith

Quantum Enigmas: Does Human Consciousness create reality?

Started by World Pantheism in Science Issues. Last reply by Bill Manuel Nov 25, 2014. 11 Replies

Quantum mechanics and what it means.

String theories

Started by World Pantheism in Science Issues. Last reply by John Hodgson Aug 16, 2014. 33 Replies

Are you a fan or a skeptic? Is string theory science? Does it have any relevance for Pantheism? According to Ed Witten humans may not be smart enough to understand string theory. That's a bit troubling, since he is the world's top string theorist!

Infinity and eternity - realities or abstractions?

Started by World Pantheism in Science Issues. Last reply by David William Kiebert Aug 13, 2014. 11 Replies

Infinity is a topic that is attractive to Pantheists. It comes up in naturalistic ideas about the Universe and especially about the Multiverse or Omniverse. We talk about eternal inflation, infinite time for many-world universes, infinite space for…Continue

Tags: eternity, infinity

Carl Sagan

Started by Zachary Larson-Rabin in Pantheist Thinkers. Last reply by Philip Smith Jul 11, 2014. 5 Replies

I've assisted in teaching some university biology and genetics classes, and I always hand out the following excerpt on the first day. It begins with science and leads into spirituality.Excerpts from The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in…Continue

Tags: spirituality, science, Sagan, Carl, thinkers

Aspects of Evolution

Started by World Pantheism in Science Issues. Last reply by John Hodgson Jun 16, 2014. 39 Replies

This is a huge subject which may need to be subdivided, once we see where people's interests lie.A couple of questions to get the ball rolling:Is evolution metaphorically "Nature's wisdom"?Can humans ever equal what unaided Nature achieves?Continue

Prophets

Started by Frank in Water cooler. Last reply by John Hodgson Jun 16, 2014. 25 Replies

Dear all, As a new pantheist, I have made a few findings I would like to share. It’s a pretty long post, my apologies for that. Please correct me if I see things unclearly. I have found that naturalistic pantheism currently has very few followers…Continue

A 'feeling'

Started by Rowan Mullins in Water cooler. Last reply by Sharon "Honeybee" Wells Jun 13, 2014. 1 Reply

Does anyone else get a certain 'feeling' when in nature, or when you're surrounded by nature? I would describe the feeling as a flowing energy maybe?It was this energy that lead to me finding Pantheism in the first place. I like to think that this…Continue

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