reply to post by ineverknew
I do not believe in a god of any form. For an infinite god to be a possibility, an infinite universe is more likely.
The way I consider it is, it seems impossible for an all knowing all powerful intelligent entity with magical powers that break the laws of physics of
the universe to exist.
I also believe it's impossible to have an infinite amount of causes and that somewhere amongst those causes our universe came into being by going
So, this leaves only one logical conclusion, our universe is eternal and just exists and exists as the laws of physics dictate. Light has a very
specific set of rules that our universe dictates it must follow and can't break, so the argument of infinite light and visible objects from infinite
distances are thrown out as hogwash, it's not possible because it asks light to break the laws it is bound by.
All the current theories we've developed are based upon the assumption that the universe HAD to have a beginning, from religion to science.
Science says big bang, but we see fully mature high density galaxies at the beginning of the universe. That tells us the big bang is wrong or that the
laws of physics as we understand them are wrong, or that they magically change whenever they feel like it.
Religion claims an eternal god and yet says an eternal universe is not possible, that is just admitting to being a hypocrite. All concepts of magical
deities were born right here on good old planet earth. Other species out in the cosmos will have different gods and beliefs if they even develop
religion on their home-worlds.
If we objectively look out at the cosmos, we don't see a progression of baby galaxies forming into mature galaxies. It just doesn't exist. This
tells us that based on the speed of light from mature galaxies at a max range of 15BLY out, that is just the limit of what we can see with current
technology. That is the max visible range of a much larger universe. We even see evidence of huge vast expanses of galaxies all moving towards one
point in the cosmos, this tells us something larger is beyond our visible range. Yet instead of stating the obvious, we conjure up invisible forces
that we've never seen nor observed as actually existing.
The universe is eternal and life didn't arise by chance. Chance is just a term for extant causes not recognized or perceived.