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originally posted by: rickymouse
Hmmm. I believe there is a being that is referred to as god, but I don't see any evidence presented that even starts to prove he exists. Oh well.
originally posted by: arimass101
If the concept of a divine being was logical, it would be one of the hypotheses considered by scientists.
Your exactly the person I was referring to when I wrote:
A persons intellect is distorted by his desires, preconceived notions, and society.
Many people don't even think for themselves they just blindly follow the herd of people of who are influenced by those big bias leaders of thought.
Either the universe had a creator or the universe had always existed. Which is more logical?"
originally posted by: ChrisVH
Hi there, it actually has been and is being considered by many scientists. I speak from experience. Your top scientists ARE admitting that science has proved or is pointing to a creator that must exist.There are many publishings about this. This is why I have to speak up when I hear the age old cop-out of somebody claiming that scientists don't believe. Im sure some don't, but a lot do. a reply to: Answer
originally posted by: randyvs
OP wants a debate, but all he's getting
seems like the clamor of nervous horses before a tornado makes itself