Just because you are an atheist, doesn’t mean you are free of all superstitious thinking. I have lately seen several atheist sites that are posting a badge like the one below. The badge this site offers is your own personalized badge generated by an algorithm which purports to find a famous author whose writing style is most similar to yours– and, oh yeah, they sell software there too. Of course, depending on what clip of your writing you put into the analyzer, you get different authors that all write just like you — but there are a few common ones. Heck, it may even be a random generator output.
Even Atheists will be tempted to run to this site and find out who they write like. They may do it half seriously, but what about that other half of their minds? Is this the part of our minds which also feeds our attraction to divinations like: astrology, the I-Ching, Tarot cards, philosopher-types and more? If so, some Atheists still have superstition pathways. Neuro-circuits do not die, they just quiet down until the right opportunity strikes.
Most importantly, however, I was pleasantly surprised to find that I must be in their database, because the badge that came out for my writing looked like this: