About Grim

Here is where you get know me.  As it stands this is what I offer of myself and if you require further auto-biographical offerings, you must ask.

Age: 25

Location: Tweed, Ontario, Canada (aka, the great white north)

Origin of name:  “Grim” is the abbreviation my previous handle “Grimbor” an ex World of Warcraft addict (lvl 70 Nelf Huntard ftw)

Life Goal:  Continue the Quest for Informational Enlightenment

Religious views: To quote Steven Weinberg ” You will always have good people doing good things and bad people doing bad things, but for good people to do bad things, that requires religion”  Feel free to openly debate this topic as no subject is too taboo in the Quest for Informational Enlightenment.


One Response to “About Grim”

  1. Here are some thoughts, on religion. I would like to quote Carl Sagan (1934 – 1996) several times to help convey my thoughts.

    “Skeptical scrutiny is the means, in both science and religion, by which deep insights can be winnowed from deep nonsense.”
    To me this means, that we must use our own minds to decide. We must question things that do not sound right. We must always be striving to know more.

    “The universe is not required to be in perfect harmony with human ambition.”
    Throughout the history of science, human interpretation of scientific fact has changed. No matter how we look upon it, the universe IS as it IS.

    “Science is not only compatible with spirituality; it is a profound source of spirituality.”
    This works well with the next quote. Science is only the human interpretation or description of the things we see happening around us. Just because our limited collective human intellect cannot perceive something does not mean it’s not there.

    “Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence.”
    This is phrased perfectly, What else can be said.

    In closing Grim, I could not agree with your quest for learning /knowledge more.
    Always keep learning. Take nothing at face value / think for yourself.

    Religion is meant to be divine, but it’s filled with human frailties.

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