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originally posted by: truthseeker84
originally posted by: 5StarOracle
a reply to: AshOnMyTomatoes
I'm wondering if you have read the OP?
And left to wonder how this question shows you have any intelligence...
The geometry and the mathematical sequence of prime numbers which are displayed through the path of the balls around the bigger ball are a calculated complex system beautifully orchestrated as they pass thru space and time...
I did read the OP, however, my mind completely shut down on me when I re-read the thread title where the word "Divine" was there, then I stopped all critical and logical thinking parts of my brain.
Science do not deal with mysticism, divinity, God, religion, and any of your I.D. (Creationist) believes.
So while you try to argue science, OP's thread title has a word called "Divine" in there. So all science is out the window before this thread even started.
di·vine1 dəˈvīn/Submit adjective 1. of, from, or like God or a god. "heroes with divine powers" synonyms: godly, angelic, seraphic, saintly, beatific; More
2. informaldated excellent; delightful. "that succulent clementine tasted divine"
Science and Religion does not go hand in hand. Why is this difficult to comprehend?
The situation may be expressed by an image: science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind.
In a 1997 survey in the science journal Nature, 40 percent of U.S. scientists said they believe in God—not just a creator, but a God to whom one can pray in expectation of an answer. That is the same percentage of scientists who were believers when the survey was taken 80 years earlier.
But the number may have been higher if the question had simply asked about God's existence. While many scientists seem to have no problem with deism—the belief that God set the universe in motion and then walked away—others are more troubled with the concept of an intervening God.
The term "scientist" may not even have been coined until 1833. Ironically, modern physics initially sought to explain the clockwork of God's creation.
Natural philosophers, such as Isaac Newton, Johannes Kepler, Robert Hooke, and Robert Boyle, sometimes appealed to supernatural agents in their natural philosophy (which we now call “science”).
Joel Primack has a long and distinguished career as an astrophysicist. A University of California, Santa Cruz, professor, he co-developed the cold dark matter theory that seeks to explain the formation and structure of the universe. He also believes in God.
originally posted by: Ghost147
originally posted by: 5StarOracle
a reply to: Ghost147
Nothing in the universe exists for ever...
God exists outside of his creation...
I said God by definition was the creator of the universe...
You asked for citation...
I gave you the full Definition of God...
You've misinterpreted my request. I understand the various definition's that "God" has on it.
The request for citations was of proof/evidence that god is the creator of the universe.
Michio Kaku, who is highly regarded in the scientific community thanks to his work in helping to popularise the String Theory, has developed a new theory which he says points to the existence of God or an intelligent designer for the universe. The American scientist, who is a professor in theoretical physics at the City College of New York, came to his conclusion by studying “primitive semi – radius tachyons“.
These tachyons are theoretical particles that have the ability to “unstick” matter in the universe or vacuum space between particles, essentially leaving everything free from the influence of the universe. This led Mr Kaku to the conclusion that the universe was created through design, and not random chaos and that we could be living in a type of “matrix”.
He said of his research: "I have concluded that we are in a world made by rules created by an intelligence. "Believe me, everything that we call chance today won't make sense anymore.
To me, it is clear that we exist in a plan which is governed by rules that were created, shaped by a universal intelligence and not by chance.”
With all of the calculations that would need to go into creating a successful universe, Mr Kaku says that God is a mathematician –
originally posted by: BigBrotherDarkness
Odd title as most religions have repressed science for ages... so whats at the other end? Now worshiping science as divine movements that naturally occur? Experience when held just weighs one down with concept after concept... as Occam swings that razor like a blind mad man, and everyone then ends up on the philosophers cross or sophists if one wants to get technical. ssdd
originally posted by: Teikiatsu
originally posted by: BIGPoJo
a reply to: Utnapisjtim
Its because F = m * a.
Simple at that.
By why is it always F = m * a? Why is the universe so orderly and predictable?