Ok, then it hasn't anything to do with "weak atheism" or "strong atheism" in the sense that it is commonly used (and also in the sense that it relates to the issue that you most commonly bring up). Either way, this would have been a much more painless thread if you just pointed that out when I asked 10 pages ago. I'm not looking for further reduction in this case. I'm still waiting for an explanation of what the different percentages mean, and why you believe those percentages are valid ways of thinking about it. Sure. I would imagine any proposition has its own light switch (for each person). "This person believes there is a god" is one light switch, "this person believes there is no god" is another light switch (of course, "there is a god" is a different light switch, which is not specific for each person). Weak atheism, or Flew's definition is the "there is no god" light switch being off.