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>> Ah, but one cannot believe in atheism.
Atheism is also abelief, in the modern sense that being without a god is
being without a supernatural belief set about the universe.
One can only believe in the unnatural, since the natural is evident and
open to examination.
Taking the stance of science, one can only arrive at atheism, since there
is no evidence to be found in nature.
And I was being flippant, in that I declare such an examination to be
intentional, since those with religion have no intention to examine
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