I read an article concerning the number of Muslims in the world and the polling company intends to continue the series by polling the religious beliefs of all other groups. I see a lot of different opinions on ET from traders expressing their religious opinion and it got me thinking about the ratio of believers vs. non-believers in the trading world. Answer the poll question above and feel free to expand on your answer as you see fit. The definition of 'God' that I am using is very broad. Specifically: God is defined as a CONSCIOUS being that created the universe. There are no other implications such as whether or not this being answers our prayers, intervenes in our lives, provides for punishment or reward based on our actions in life, or any other criteria. Feel free to delve into those issues but they are not part of the definition of 'God'. For my part, I am a Humanist/atheist and do not beleive in gods, devils, angels, or other supernatural beings. I also do not believe that humans can bend spoons, move objects, or set things on fire with their minds. I do not believe that anybody can see into the future or talk to the dead. People cannot communicate using telepathy and 'remote viewing' is hogwash. Nobody can levitate and nobody has ever been dead and returned to life. Finally, although I believe there is life on other planets in the universe they have never visited earth. My worldview is based on this (generally): http://www.americanhumanist.org/Who_We_Are/About_Humanism/Humanist_Manifesto_II One of my guiding philosophers is this guy: http://bobpark.physics.umd.edu/archives.html Let the games begin !!!