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Website Navigation: Finding your way around. 

At the very top, and at the very bottom of every web page in this web site is the same horizontal navigation bar, with titled links to what the titles indicate. 

In the far left margin of every web page, the first vertical navigation bar found, titled Reliable Sources, containing links to reliable information sites that this site follows. 

Below that, still in the far left margin, the second vertical navigation bar found, titled Major Site Topics, contain links to topic-specific sections of the related articles.  Each of these individual links is the title of a Subject Section of the Contents Page, which will appear in the Right Column whenever a related page is being viewed.

Below that, still in the far left column, just below the "Writer" image, is another vertical navigation bar, titled Submitted Articles and Reprinted Articles.  This navigation bar is found on every page in the site, and it contains the links to all material published on this site that is not authored by Vic Biorseth.  If you submit an article and it is published here, a link to it will be in this navigation bar, which is on every page in this site. 

Right Column Subject Related Links

Every article page being viewed, that is, every web page other than those linked to from the top and bottom horizontal navigation bar, will be represented in the far right margin, in another vertical navigation bar titled Related Webpages.  This contains links to all other web pages in the same Major Site Topic section of the Contents page.  They all touch on the same general subject topic. 

Each of these represent one Subject-Section of the Contents Page

A Site Map is presented at the bottom of the Home Page, and it has links to every page on this site. 

If all else fails, go to the Home Page, which contains the Site Map, and use your browser's Edit, Find, and enter the title or subject words you're looking for in the search box, as best you remember them. 


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Note the Military Assault Rifle common to the American Founding Era.

Atheist Genesis:

In the beginning there was nothing, and nothing happened to nothing.
And then nothing accidentally exploded and created everything.
And then some bits of everything accidentally encountered other bits of everything and formed some new kinds of everything.
And then some bits of everything accidentally arranged themselves into self-replicating bits of everything.
And then some self-replicating bits of everything accidentally arranged themselves into dinosaurs.
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