No offence but this is not a club that atheism buys one membership of.
We keep telling theists atheism is the lack or absence of belief in any deity or deities, and nothing more. So beyond that one position on a single belief we need have absolutely nothing in common. Luckily many posters here value critical thinking and a sceptical rationale, so it’s interesting to examine and debate a wide range of topics with them.
Your issues with others stems primarily from the fact you insist on making absolute claims that you cannot demonstrate evidence for. Even though several posters have explained the fundamental difference between disbelief, and making a claim contrary to a belief, yet you still keep doing it.
You can’t blame them for getting frustrated when it happens. I am at a loss at this point as to why you insist on doing it.
Oh dear, beliefs are the affirmation of a claim, all beliefs, god claims are just one example. Claims therefore must be supported by sufficient objective evidence, or else they are exactly like theistic belief.
QED then, you have just made a claim you cannot evidence. I don’t believe human consciousness can survive the physical death of a human brain in any meaningful way, as no evidence exists to support this premise, and whilst this doesn’t rationally “prove” the claim is false, I think it is rationally consistent to withhold belief from that premise.
You however are making a claim to know an afterlife is impossible, how exactly can anyone know this? You’re almost promoting the theistic belief in an afterlife to a 50/50 premise in one sentence. Stop fucking doing it, theists already try to misrepresent atheism, they don’t need help.
You just made two unevidenced claims about no god in the first fucking sentence ffs? Are you seriously saying that after all this time, and countless explanations, you still don’t understand the difference between disbelief and belief?
And now you’re presenting an argument it takes a nano second to defeat, because it’s worded poorly, and makes a sweeping claim.
Then you really still don’t understand what we’ve explained to you countless times already.
How can you attach a qualifying probability with a claim like “could exist” without any fucking evidence? You don’t know it is possible, or that it is impossible, so you can’t make any claims to knowledge if there is no evidence to examine.
That’s your call, only you can decide if you want to leave. Though why people make these theatrical proclamations I don’t know. It’s not a club, nor is anyone obliged to be here, or to post, I come and go as I am minded to. I don’t feel the urge to burden others with unnecessary angst about my attendance, why would I?
Stop making claims you can’t demonstrate sufficient objective evidence for, or else you will be called on it.