http://www.philosophyquotes.net/cgi-bin/god_game1.cgi This may have gone around several times already here, but I found it very interesting. Very nice, however, It doesn't give me enough choices, and it gave me this: But it seems to be a bit too close-minded. I don't think that it is justifiable to base one's beliefs about the external world on a firm, inner conviction, paying no regard to the external evidence, or lack of it, for the truth or falsity of this conviction. AND I DO NOT REJECT EVOLUTIONARY THEORY, it is fact. The question was: I chose false because evolutionary theory is never false even in some matters of detail. Jeez, maybe it wanted me to pick true. After I go further, after choosing true, it gives me this crap: There is certain proof that evolutionary theory is true, nothing at all, but possibly religions goes against it. Which is why I do not have any religious convictions. Do I have any inconsistency? Or am I just trying not to, even though I have?