Damien What are some of the books you have read?

Someone was interested in some of the books I have read well here is some but not all of the books I bought but its several to give you the idea. I am not really an easy reader. I now mainly read only college level books on history, anthropology, archaeology, psychology, axiology, philosophy, and the like if it relates to religion, many are up to or over 100.00 some are as low as around 30 but I once paid over I think almost 200.00. Damien Marie AtHope: Axiological Atheist, Anti-theist, Anti-religionist, Secular Humanist. Rationalist, Writer, Artist, Poet, Philosopher, Advocate, Activist, with schooling in Psychology and Sociology as well as an Autodidact in Science, Archeology, Anthropology, and Philosophy. Damien Promotes Science, Realism, Axiology, Liberty, Justice, Ethics, Anarchism, Socialism, Progressivism, Liberalism, Philosophy, Psychology, Archaeology, and Anthropology; advocating for Sexual, Gender, Child, Secular, LGBTQIA+, Race, Class Rights and Equality.  The Bio of Damien Marie AtHope   Reasons for or Types of Atheism My Blog, My Memes & Short-writing or Quotes Here is my external pages or content: Facebook Witter Page, My YouTube, My Linkedin, Twitter: @AthopeMarie, Instagram: damienathope, Personal Facebook Page, Secondary Personal Facebook Page, Main Atheist Facebook Page, Secondary Atheist Facebook Page, Facebook Leftist Political Page, Facebook Group: Atheist for Non-monogamy, Facebook Group: (HARP) Humanism, Atheism, Rationalism, & Philosophy and My...

Seeing Bigfoot as real, is a foot in the mouth.

Seeing Bigfoot as real, is a foot in the mouth. There is no such thing as even a universal agreement on what a Bigfoot is, looks like, or acts like, it changes by time, region and people. So right there one does not even have a good ontology for the thing in question. It’s not fixed as it is a myth until somehow proven in some way. DNA Analysis Debunks Bigfoot but Points to an Unknown Bear Species By Melissa Hellmann The legend of the enormous creature variously known as a yeti, Bigfoot or Sasquatch has long been a source of mystery. But now a study of supposed Bigfoot hair samples has revealed that they actually derive from known mammals including bears, cows, dogs or horses. A team of scientists led by Bryan Sykes, a human genetics professor at the University of Oxford, analyzed DNA from 30 samples of Bigfoot hair donated by museums and enthusiasts. Although this may come as a blow to cryptozoologists — those who search for creatures whose existence is unproven — the analysis may herald the discovery of a new species of bear. Two hairs from India and Bhutan show an unknown species that could be a distant cousin of the polar bear or a hybrid of local species and a brown bear. “If these bears are widely distributed in the Himalayas, they may well contribute to the biological foundation of the yeti legend,” the authors said in the study published in the journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B. Although the search for the illusive Bigfoot will likely continue, scientists hope believers will at least step up their game. “The...