Math is a Science so i'm putting this here even though the subject also deals with a God concept.
Title of article: Louie Gohmert Proves God's Existence With One Simple Equation
“Bob Murphey used to say, ‘You know, I feel so bad for atheists, I do,'” Gohmert recalled at "Celebrate America,” a three-week-long
revival event. “‘Think about it, no matter how smart they think they are, an atheist has to admit that he believes the equation: nobody plus
nothing equals everything.’”
"How embarrassing for an intellectual to have to say 'Yeah, I believe that,'" Gohmert said, citing Murphey. "Nobody plus nothing equals
Now, this brings up an interesting point.. How can all we are and all we have come from nothing when even Math doesn't allow that to happen?
There is always the " What was before the Big Bang? " question - knowing the Big Bang has never been proven, can never be proven and is only One of
many creation theories some willfully choose to believe.
O.k... let me put this another way.. science tells us NO energy in the universe Can Ever be destroyed - it Only changes form. (this is in complete
agreement with what most religions think about matter, humans and or a human soul)
Most mainstream religions tells us God was forever and will forever be - something that seems hard to grasp unless you look at God in the same light
Science uses to look at matter and energy - so why would the concept of god seem so far fetched for many scientists?
Can anything in modern science tell us that Anything CAN be created from nothing? I do not believe so.. if you know of something please do tell - but
then.. this is the same argument scientists use to debunk the notion that there can ever be any type of "Free Energy" device.
Scientists (many of whom are atheist) want to play in the god realm even create so called "Laws" to explain our observations and yet they do not
entertain this very real possibility that God could in fact exist according to their own "laws".
It looks to me that when it all boils down the math and science tells us it is far more likely there could be a Creator than not.
Also keep in mind there are many theories scientists do believe in as strongly as people believe in religion for things that have not yet been
observed or shown to be proven or even provable - so why pick on God as if the idea is so, utterly unscientific? It makes no sense to me and yet
science seems to champion for the possible existence of God
I'm not trying to convince anyone I'm only as they say.. playing the devils advocate LOL.
What say you ATS, could our present understanding of math and science back up and support the possible existence of God?
edit on 12-7-2014 by JohnPhoenix because: sp