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originally posted by: DpatC
I have often wondered if we met a alien race what would they believe in. How would they see interpret all this.Do they believe in a Creator or God?if their believes differed from ours, what would that mean for us. Anybody care to shed additional light as to the belief of aliens?
originally posted by: JoshuaCox
a reply to: DpatC
I doubt religion survives intersolar travel..once you can look down to the atom and too the far reaches of the universe and still can’t find ANY proof or even evidence for a god. I don’t think religion survives.
Right now I think 85+% of still living nobel prize winners in the sciences are atheist/agnostic.
Once every human has their understanding of the universe, religion dies.
originally posted by: vlawde
If they are advanced enough to travel throughout the galaxy (or dimensions), I'd suspect they have grown far beyond the need for a mythical being to explain everything
originally posted by: CraftBuilder
Well obviously they didn't let belief in religious parables get in the way of science.