posted on Aug, 3 2014 @ 06:03 AM
Lets start with the premise that something can not come from nothing. This assumption means that the universe came from something, or was created at
some point. This something could have been the singularity exploding (the big bang) science has theorized, some form of a single sentient entity
(God), a race of sentient beings (Gods/super advanced life forms) or any other idea a person could come up with.
With this assumption, there are many possibilities as to what started the universe, and later, life on earth. However, this is not the point I am
attempting to make here. Going back to the original assumption, that something can not come from nothing, the singularity, the God, or the race of
Gods, would have had to come from something as well. Repeat this Ad infinitum, because every origin would require a cause, which would then require
its own cause, so on and so forth.
Since we are unable to obtain enough evidence to determine, without doubt, the cause of the creation of our current universe, we are only able to
study one link in the chain. Even if evidence did come forward that showed one single entity, or group of entities, was responsible, we would still
not know what the cause of that entity was. The search for truth will never end, and there will always be some new creator, or cause to discover.
Using this thought process a person could safely say that there is no single "God", or race of "Gods" because even if proven without a shadow of a
doubt, there would still be the question of what created the creators.