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Then God said, "Let there be a space between the waters, to separate the waters of the heavens from the waters of the earth."
they believe nothing exploded but yet there was a Big Bang
damn dude. It's OK to blast my secrets all over the Internet. Alright, that's cool.
originally posted by: Hellhound604
LOL ok .... I guess there is no such thing as gravity, or any other laws of physics too, and the stars were just placed by the creator to make the night-sky look cool.
originally posted by: omniEther
a reply to: AdmireTheDistance
If you get pass the silly ad-hominems and the blinders maybe you see why elitist think you're a babbling idiot.
originally posted by: omniEther
a reply to: Hellhound604
Pseudoscience is not needed to know natural laws of physics and buoyancy I never said stars are not real. The same Laws of physics still apply the same on a flat earth model switch theory of gravity for electromagnetism
pure truth every word. I use big bang theory because it does fit even with first action account but nothing certain other than 2 is minimum allowance.
originally posted by: Ohanka
They have a pretty good idea that the Big Bang happened. Won't ever know for sure of course.
They don't know what caused it. But coming up with hypothesis and theories is better than "God did it" such thinking is a road back to the dark ages.
The Big Bang also has nothing to do with the formation of the Earth (or planets in general), which in turn has nothing to do with the origin of life. All different fields of study.
I'm sure NASA cover up a great deal. But the Earth isn't flat. The ancient Greeks figured that out thousands of years ago. Frankly I'm amazed people still believe it.
Evolution is an observed fact of life. It is well beyond being a simple theory at this point.
There is a small group that controls the (western) world though.
1/4. Try better next time.
I'm not trying to kill the mystery cause it does kind of suck. Understanding is not my strong suit. I'm just sharing perspective searching for people like yourself. I'm not trying to force enlightenment or push evolution of man. I would pick up a really cool name of I did though. Thanks
originally posted by: Flyingclaydisk
Well, contemplate this...religion is merely a mechanism to explain things which mankind does not understand. BUT...(keep reading!)
Now, that may seem cold and harsh, but the reality is mankind will likely never understand 'everything', and because of this God will always exist. Ultimately, the secrets of the Universe and all the laws inside it must have had some divine intervention. If everything was just a happy coincidence then there is no purpose in anything, even intelligent life. Not everything is about physics, but to deny the explanations of proven physics is a fools errand. However, a question never asked can never be answered.
Spirituality isn't about math or physics, but rather about purpose. Science merely puts a more orderly structure to this purpose, boundaries if you will.
Science and physics have reached out quite far into the known universe. We understand a great deal about our universe for hundreds of millions of light years away from our tiny planet, in our tiny solar system, in our tiny galaxy. But the further we look, the less we understand. And somewhere out there is the proverbial (and theoretical) "edge", and this is likely the realm of God. Long, LONG, before we ever get there (which may never happen) there are many mystical and magical things we can observe but have no idea how to explain.
Science and theology can co-exist in the same space (at least in my opinion). After all, many of the great physicists have turned to theology in the end to come to peace with their life long endeavors, and there's a reason.
Perhaps you might want to contemplate this concept.
BTW...the Earth is not flat!
May you find some solace to have a Merry Christmas, even if it is contained in the successes of your own journey and not that of others.
Peace and Goodwill.