posted on Oct, 7 2009 @ 06:15 PM
reply to post by newworld
I know there are some 'efforts' to reconcile the two thoughts, but bringing in religion asks us to throw away a lot of science that has advanced
mankind to where we are today, has been observed and show experimental evidence for being true.
Say we throw god into evolution, well now we need to show a mechanism of evolutionary theory that would not work at all without some outside force.
Fact is, there is no such example and the processes involved rely heavily on biology, chemistry and environmental factors. Even *if* we throw god into
the environmental variable just so we can preserve all knowledge of biology and chemistry without exclaiming all advances in the field are impossible
now because of the god variable, we're still left with a problem. If god modifies and environmental variable, then we have to show this to be the
case with observational evidences, again none exist as god is a man made concept like the tooth fairy. It's 100% impossible for the religious folks
to come up with a god driven evolutionary theory.
Same goes for the big bang, as it stands trying to reconcile god into the BBT is just ridiculous. Using assumptions to prove assumptions is just about
the most idiotic thing a person can do. First of all, the BBT hasn't actually been proven 100%, there are other equally viable theories floating
around with similar predictions and observations that don't call for a bang. The BBT assumes the redshift is a constant and can not be variable
through the expanse of space, but if that assumption is wrong, then the BBT has a lot of problems. So, until both thoughts are proven, it's also
impossible to arrive at an absolute answer as being true with them.
I mean, they can try all they want to unify god into the universe, but it's still impossible. God just doesn't exist, so how can you combine a
non-existent entity into a working model of the universe? Until they prove the existence of a god and prove that man didn't make it up despite
thousands of years of archeological history showing we did, then it just can't happen. So I still stand by my statement that it's impossible.
Besides, personal experience isn't proof of. I had personal experience when I was a kid for the tooth fairy being real and santa clause being real,
but that past personal experience born from lack of knowing otherwise doesn't mean it's possible they still exist. The religious folks just don't
know that god doesn't exist yet.