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If you religitards AND non-believers would kindly STFU, I will offer you the possibility of God

 
danwa (OP)

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Re: If you religitards AND non-believers would kindly STFU, I will offer you the possibility of God
BobE, I know I did not adequately address your question about CBR. If you would like to discuss further, just let me know.
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Re: If you religitards AND non-believers would kindly STFU, I will offer you the possibility of God
I do not offer you a theory, for by definition that is just another belief. Go ahead and get past that now, theory and belief are the same thing. One can not be better than the other, all things equal, the differences among them clearly a matter of choice. So instead of yet another theory, I will simply offer an observation. It need not be more complicated than that.

Up until this very moment in time, both science and religion have made their best efforts to explain our creation. We have discovered some truly amazing things, yet the evidence we seek of our creation continues to elude us despite of our efforts and in spite of our technological and theological advances.

One theory or another has been promoted throughout our known history. Many have been accepted based loosely on the fact that they support a previous theory and many co-exist in direct contradiction with eachother. Some are complete and utter BS and the rest barely scratch the surface of truth. All of them in part or in their entirety, are based on theory.

I ask you to consider this simple observable paradox. The farther we look the bigger things get and the closer we look the bigger things get. How can this be? Impossible you say? Impossible indeed, but nonetheless, there it is staring us right in the face and as real as the sun in the sky.

We can currently "see" about 15 billion light years into space. In five or ten years we might likely be able to see 16 to 20 billion light years out. In one hundred years, perhaps 30 billion light years. In one thousand years even further. Conversely, we peer into the subatomic world and we "see" an atom. We have sufficient evidence of much smaller objects and can observe the effect of a proton, a neutron and an electron although we can not "see" them. We theorize that there are things even smaller, such as quarks and so it appears the closer we look the more there is to see.

We will continue to look and we will no doubt continue to find there is more. We will develop more theories and beliefs and adjust our current theories and beliefs to accomodate what we find there, blissfully ignoring simple observation for an ever more complex theory.

Whether it be an old man with a grey beard looking down upon us from the heavens or simply the source of energy necessary to set the whole thing in motion, it does not matter for they are one and the same. We look right at the impossibilty of the parodox in front of us and fail to "see" that the impossible is what defines God.

There you have it, just a simple observation nothing more. No right or wrong, no theory or belief required, just look out and look in and there it is. The observable impossibility of the infinite and the observable possibilty of God.
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Re: If you religitards AND non-believers would kindly STFU, I will offer you the possibility of God
I do not offer you a theory, for by definition that is just another belief. Go ahead and get past that now, theory and belief are the same thing. One can not be better than the other, all things equal, the differences among them clearly a matter of choice. So instead of yet another theory, I will simply offer an observation. It need not be more complicated than that.

Up until this very moment in time, both science and religion have made their best efforts to explain our creation. We have discovered some truly amazing things, yet the evidence we seek of our creation continues to elude us despite of our efforts and in spite of our technological and theological advances.

One theory or another has been promoted throughout our known history. Many have been accepted based loosely on the fact that they support a previous theory and many co-exist in direct contradiction with eachother. Some are complete and utter BS and the rest barely scratch the surface of truth. All of them in part or in their entirety, are based on theory.

I ask you to consider this simple observable paradox. The farther we look the bigger things get and the closer we look the bigger things get. How can this be? Impossible you say? Impossible indeed, but nonetheless, there it is staring us right in the face and as real as the sun in the sky.

We can currently "see" about 15 billion light years into space. In five or ten years we might likely be able to see 16 to 20 billion light years out. In one hundred years, perhaps 30 billion light years. In one thousand years even further. Conversely, we peer into the subatomic world and we "see" an atom. We have sufficient evidence of much smaller objects and can observe the effect of a proton, a neutron and an electron although we can not "see" them. We theorize that there are things even smaller, such as quarks and so it appears the closer we look the more there is to see.

We will continue to look and we will no doubt continue to find there is more. We will develop more theories and beliefs and adjust our current theories and beliefs to accomodate what we find there, blissfully ignoring simple observation for an ever more complex theory.

Whether it be an old man with a grey beard looking down upon us from the heavens or simply the source of energy necessary to set the whole thing in motion, it does not matter for they are one and the same. We look right at the impossibilty of the parodox in front of us and fail to "see" that the impossible is what defines God.

There you have it, just a simple observation nothing more. No right or wrong, no theory or belief required, just look out and look in and there it is. The observable impossibility of the infinite and the observable possibilty of God.
 Quoting: danwa


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Thanks SG!! ...LOTS

Last Edited by danwa on 06/16/2014 12:33 PM
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Re: If you religitards AND non-believers would kindly STFU, I will offer you the possibility of God
I do not offer you a theory, for by definition that is just another belief. Go ahead and get past that now, theory and belief are the same thing. One can not be better than the other, all things equal, the differences among them clearly a matter of choice. So instead of yet another theory, I will simply offer an observation. It need not be more complicated than that.

Up until this very moment in time, both science and religion have made their best efforts to explain our creation. We have discovered some truly amazing things, yet the evidence we seek of our creation continues to elude us despite of our efforts and in spite of our technological and theological advances.

One theory or another has been promoted throughout our known history. Many have been accepted based loosely on the fact that they support a previous theory and many co-exist in direct contradiction with eachother. Some are complete and utter BS and the rest barely scratch the surface of truth. All of them in part or in their entirety, are based on theory.

I ask you to consider this simple observable paradox. The farther we look the bigger things get and the closer we look the bigger things get. How can this be? Impossible you say? Impossible indeed, but nonetheless, there it is staring us right in the face and as real as the sun in the sky.

We can currently "see" about 15 billion light years into space. In five or ten years we might likely be able to see 16 to 20 billion light years out. In one hundred years, perhaps 30 billion light years. In one thousand years even further. Conversely, we peer into the subatomic world and we "see" an atom. We have sufficient evidence of much smaller objects and can observe the effect of a proton, a neutron and an electron although we can not "see" them. We theorize that there are things even smaller, such as quarks and so it appears the closer we look the more there is to see.

We will continue to look and we will no doubt continue to find there is more. We will develop more theories and beliefs and adjust our current theories and beliefs to accomodate what we find there, blissfully ignoring simple observation for an ever more complex theory.

Whether it be an old man with a grey beard looking down upon us from the heavens or simply the source of energy necessary to set the whole thing in motion, it does not matter for they are one and the same. We look right at the impossibilty of the parodox in front of us and fail to "see" that the impossible is what defines God.

There you have it, just a simple observation nothing more. No right or wrong, no theory or belief required, just look out and look in and there it is. The observable impossibility of the infinite and the observable possibilty of God.
 Quoting: danwa


clappa
 Quoting: Stoned Goddess


Thanks SG!! ...LOTS
 Quoting: danwa


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