A retrospective: Niels Bohr

Niels Henrik David Bohr was born in Denmark's capital city, Copenhagen in 1885, and was a son of Danish professor, Christian Bohr, who studied under Carl Ludwig, and gained a Doctor of philosophy (Ph.D) in physiology. Bohr studies at the Latin school Gammelholm, before enrolling at Copenhagen University to study physics, astronomy, mathematics and philosophy. … Continue reading A retrospective: Niels Bohr

A retrospective: Alfred Russel Wallace

Alfred Russel Wallace was born in Llanbadoc, close to Usk, Monmouthshire, Wales, in 1823. He entered a large family and was one of nine children, who's parents belonged to the Church of England, and claimed to be descendants of the famous Scottish revolutionary, William Wallace. He attended services up until his teenage years, but once … Continue reading A retrospective: Alfred Russel Wallace

Does Atheism lead to Nihilism?

True nihilism is in essence a compulsion to destroy, as nothing has any value, and everything is approached with rabid scepticism and extreme pessimism. Nihilism is mostly associated with Friedrich Nietzsche who claimed that the corrosive effects, lack of moral boundaries and the fact that life is meaningless will eventually lead to the downfall of … Continue reading Does Atheism lead to Nihilism?

Christianity and its hypocrisy

Two months ago I wrote an article called The contradictions of Christianity, but I've had more thoughts since then. The inconsistencies that come from Christians is outrageous, and they are simply unable to accept accountability. The atheist atrocities fallacy is a prime example. They claim that communism is a religion, that's founded on atheism, so … Continue reading Christianity and its hypocrisy