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In reference to the Dunning-Kruger Effect, how much about the universe do atheists NOT know, in their own estimation?

  • Best Answer
    the honest fact dear, is that atheists know almost nothing in comparison to what can be known about the universe, dear.
    ❀✿☺Flowerchild☺✿❀ · 0 1
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  • Its impossible for a person to tell you about something they do not know.
    I can say I know something, and feel like this is all of the information on that subject, but you could know more, and feel that I only know 5% of information about the subject. But I would have no idea that I only know 5%.
    So your question doesn't make much sense, and can't be answered. Especially when its in the makeup section.
    Laura · 1 0
  • I haven't given it any thought - my non-belief in deities does not automatically make me an astrophysicist in just the same way that being a Christian does not automatically make someone an expert on Wedgewood china.
    A Nonny Mouse · 4 2
  • Atheism. The conclusion that there is no god based on the fact that there is NO objective, empirical, falsifiable evidence or proof to support the alleged existence of any god or gods or to support the idea that a collection of fables and myths between 3300 and 2000 years old is the "Word" of any such conceptualized being. None.

    Now anyone who disagrees with that can feel free to post the aforementioned evidence proving that either God exists or that the "Bible" is His "Inspired Word". Go ahead. Present it.
    Lord Bearclaw of Gryphon Woods · 3 2
  • How can anyone determine what is still unknown?

    All atheists do is refuse to name the unknown as "god".
    Nathan · 2 0
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