I guess I'm up there all by myself in the top right. I take that extra step of claiming there are no Gods.
I would never consider top right for me. Humans still have not discovered even 1% of the universe' secrets, so stating a fact that has never been proven or disproven, to be proven, is a fallacy.
If you're interested, I would love to hear your reasoning behind this. What evidence do you use to justify your claim that there are no gods of any kind in the universe?
I don't know that I would claim to have evidence or proof that there are no Gods, because I probably don't. I just feel its safe to take the leap from "there is probably no God" to "There is no God." I used to be a Christian who was full of doubt and looking for answers and asking questions. Why is there evil? If the earth is 7000 years old why are there fossils? I finally came to the conclusion that the answer is that there is no God. I suppose I consider absence of evidence evidence, when combined with all the evidence for Gods that doesn't pan out. I used to believe in flying saucers and big foot and psychic powers too. When I realized the evidence for it was continuously debunct as being by liars and frauds, I stopped believing in it.
I'm with you on the top right. The reasoning being that it's too fucking stupid to even consider that the universe is a centralized system whereas it is more following a node system. AKA we think as ourselves "humans" to be so important their has to be a superhuman "a god" that set up everything where in fact things tends to be their own in a more chaotic way. We don't know the universe that's true but I don't think that considering that everything we lack should be filled by our "god" theory. Even if it is handy sometimes we should just accept we are some specie on some planet not better than any other specie on the same planet.