Wow! Just think of how bad a movie has to be that throwing $90M down the toilet is considered the best possible outcome.
Highlander 2 costed $34M and they still released it, even earned a little bit back on that investment before audiences realized how they just got scammed.
Back in 1999 I was on an extended work trip and on the weekend I just walked to a mall across the street from my hotel and saw whatever movie happened to be playing that looked mildly interesting to me to pass the time. I saw the movie The Thirteenth Floor. It was a sci-fi movie about people...
If Republicans are serious about the "mental health" issue then I expect to see them drafting legislation requiring some kind of mental health checks when applying to purchase a gun. A background check of one's social media accounts would help too.
But, since I know they are raging...
That may be different than the *popular* concept of the Big Bang theory, but in a spatially infinite universe the singularity is in density. Obviously, the physics break down and we won't solve the problem until we can merge GR and QM.
Sorry if I misread your post with respect to the target of your response.
I agree that atheism doesn't necessarily mean nihilism, though many atheists may come to that conclusion for themselves. I do not. But I also do not believe that whatever meaning we may find in life isn't an intrinsic...
I may be missing *your* point, but that doesn't bother me.
If there actually exists *intrinsic meaning* as you suggest then an atheist might wonder from where this intrinsic meaning arises and what is meant by "meaning" if it is used in a non-subjective manner.