posted on Nov, 15 2014 @ 12:06 PM
Ridhya , thanks for the clarification, though it makes little difference in the underlying point.
I personally like the ancient astronaut theory more than creation myths/stories because it is way more plausible than flying spaghetti monsters. I
don't think we need to try and find evidence in everything, even if something is proven true people still wont believe it out of cognitive
dissonance... so what would really change?
There's still people arguing the earth is flat and a host of other things that are really moot when it comes to actually living, unless you cannot
find a purpose to fulfill yourself with then it matters I suppose. Conjecture in the face of fact will never go away in the foreseeable future... and
if it did then then what would we do with this uncovered fact? Just try to push yet more ideologies on people on how to live, think, and feel other
than how they probably really want too.
Big Bang/primordial soup, God(s), or Aliens as a verified factual reason for being would make zero difference to me, unless it restricted my personal
freedom. I don't believe in god... yet, I am still subjected to illegal moralistic blue laws because there are people that believe Sunday is special
and managed to circumvent separation of church and state.
I guess I'm just not the sort to live life on my knees, if a god jumped down from nowhere saying "I created everything" and everyone could see this
god and it said "kneel down". Well... let's just say I've got two middle fingers ready for em.