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Economic collapse by Marsmar Economic collapse by Marsmar
I can dream, can I?
But seriously, if churches no longer had unfair tax exemption and people didn't pay 10% of their income to the priests, maybe, just maybe, the catholic church will die and along with their lies about condoms and their crusaders going out of their way to protect child raping priests.


If you don't know what that other guy in panel 3 was saying about "even your children's books ideas seem like a good idea"
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MisterNobodyY99 Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2011
HUZZAH! The mromon church is still the wealthiest in world, I'm winning!
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Second-Perfection Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2011
Yes, you can dream. But it won't happen until the masses realize that mankind no longer needs religion.
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PainfulElegy Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well, realizing that we don't need religion requires knowledge, their lack of which is the reason they believe. So it's self fueling.
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Second-Perfection Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2011
You're right.
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PainfulElegy Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
my plot: Hijack all right leaning and far left news stations broadcasting systems and replace their shows with Cosmos.
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Second-Perfection Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2011
Hey that's a great idea. Carl Sagan was great at explaining the Universe to the layman.
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PainfulElegy Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
But of course it makes me sad that my sister doesn't like it because she thinks it boring, it's the same reason she prefers math over science (that and she thinks it's harder). And she's 10. What does that say about society at large.
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Second-Perfection Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2011
Shh... don't tell you sister: math is science.

I think at her age math is easier to grasp than science. In math you answer is either right or wrong but in science the answer is elusive, you can never get an absolute, concrete answer -- in other words, the answer is grey. That bothers some people.

It's great your sister is interested in math, maybe it will lead her into science. In the grand scheme of things you can't have science without math and math without science.

I agree more people should be interested in science, but that type of thought doesn't appeal to a lot of people.
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PainfulElegy Featured By Owner Mar 12, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Actually, math isn't science, though they are closely related.

Math is more closely related to logic, and science uses math a lot.

I'm also hoping that the interest in math also leads her into science as well.
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