reply to post by Yoda411
Your problem is that whenever you see/hear the word "God" you automatically think it is some "excuse" for something "unexplained".
However, I am not of that type. I came to the conclusion of God with purely logical reasoning.
First thing you need to do, is clarify your exact definition for a God. Obviously since you are debating about a God, you MUST have some type of
definition for 0ne.
My definition of God is as follows:
Is all powerful
Is all knowing
Is everywhere at all times
Is responsible for creating everything
Now, scientifically, if I had to find something that was similar to God, it would probably be "energy", or "electromagnetism".
Well because all light, and all matter, and all electricity, is electromagnetic. Without electromagnetism, the hydrogen atom would not exists because
the proton and electron used to create it would not be attracted to each other. If hydrogen didn't exist, then about 75% of the mass in the entire
universe wouldn't exist. Including stars, the Sun, water, YOU (made of 70% h2o), the Earth, actually NOTHING PHYSICAL WOULD EXIST WITHOUT
ELECTROMAGNETISM. NONE OF THE ELEMENTS IN THE PERIODIC TABLE WOULD EXIST.
So, electromagnetism "is responsible for creating everything".
It is my father, my mother, my creator.
Oh, electromagnetism is energy, and according to science, energy can NOT be created or destroyed. So, electromagnetism "is immortal".
Since electromagnetism is responsible for almost every actions we do in daily life, and every physical object is made of electromagnetic particles, it
is pretty obvious that electromagnetism "is everywhere at all times."
Since an "electric charge" creates a "electromagnetic field", and electricity can not be made without a magnetic field, and electricity can be
used for work, and to power things, its safe to say that electromagnetism and electricity (imo the same thing) "is all powerful"
Now I could explain how the entire universe acts like a huge storage hard drive. Or I could explain how the entire universe and all the particles in
it can work together to create a functional brain. Or I could tell you how all physical objects in the universe leave a "footprint" behind of their
existence, no matter what. In, the end, I could just say that the actual word "knowledge" would not have been invented by man, if it wasn't for the
energy and electromagnetism around us.
There are many examples I can give you that would explain how energy and electromagnetism can actually "know", but the easiest of them all is your
own brain, which works off of electrical energy, and electromagnetism, between elements. This is why I truly believe that energy and electromagnetism
can be considered "all knowing."
So you see, God is not only an excuse for people who can't explain things, it is also a definition of a force that CAN be explained by
[edit on 19-12-2008 by ALLis0NE]