I Am a Strong Atheist: “I am psychologically certain god(s) don’t exist”

I Am a Strong Atheist: “I am psychologically certain gods don’t exist”   I am psychologically certain gods don’t exist, largely do to the understanding that a god devoid reality does exist with epistemic certainty of scientific realism and the naturalistic facts, so science on every level, on every test, by every scientist, everywhere all over the world, and through all recorded time generates only godless magic devoid nature. To presume any nonnatralism realities to the real world, is to be a denialist to reality as much as a error in scientific thinking. Like knowledge, certainty is an epistemic property of beliefs. In a derivative way, certainty is also an epistemic property of subjects. = Certainty and Probability Nonnatralism is the view of the world that takes account only of natural elements and forces, including supernatural or magical. To me a strong atheist is:   “Strongest Explicit Atheism: “positive” / “strong” / “hard” atheists assert that it is false that any deities exist or at least one, many deities don’t exist or a strong conscious rejection of belief, one or any deities some could call this antitheist atheism.”   Some may see this as gnostic atheism, in his new book, “Foundational Falsehoods of Creationism” Aron Ra makes clear, he is a gnostic atheist. Which I call it everything but that word, preferring positive” / “strong” / “hard” atheists. Alternatively to gnostic atheist, I may say I am an ignostic atheist or anti-agnostic thinking. To learn more on this check out Discussions on Agnosticism and Atheism or My Anti-Agnostic Atheism Thinking   When asked whether they believe in the existence of one or more...