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Atheism usually relates more to the idea of God(and gods) that actually have some relevance to human life.
For the sake of slashdot here is a car analogy:
There exists a sage who can built a perpetual motion machine(car), but he lives in a cave and won't get involved in matters of the world or reveal his knowledge to anybody. Moreover we can never reach him, contact him or even prove his existence. An Atheist in this case is someone who doesn't care about that sage, but who believes that there are no other such sages walking among the mechanical engineers judging their designs in one way or another.
Your attempt to make us panic and throw a metric shitload of money into your inadequate research to end net-neutrality has failed. The average slashdot reader knows more about the intricacies of the Internet than you expect and can therefore tell you that doom's day is far off. We know that because the Terminators need IPv6 to keep track of their innumerable minions.
No IPv6 no doom's day.
Thank you for your time,
Average Slashdot Joe
That said one has to wonder why Pidgin takes longer to startup than does OpenOffice Writer...
Luckily though, I only start it once a week, the day after booting into Windows for lan games.