posted on May, 11 2011 @ 12:21 AM
Originally posted by GodIsPissed
reply to post by BlackPoison94
Star and flag just for all the time and effort put into this thread deserves that.
The only thing I'm wondering is what is the OP's theory?I may have missed it in all that information.
And I personally don't believe in the big bang theory because like God I've never seen it!When have you seen a big bang?Do they only happen
once?Because if it were to happen again,you would more than likely be able to see it..that's how big it would be.Plus planets would be colliding with
other planets.So because one has never seen a big bang then one can only assume they don't exist..like God!
We could say the big bang theory is the reason for all this intelligent design..or we could say God is responsible.A scientist would say the big bang
created all and the Christians would say God created all.Just because there is a scientific explanation for it all doesn't mean that there isn't some
other force at work here!Like God say.
I think dna is definitely proof of an intelligent design..never mind that all the stars have intelligent patterns,or how our brains are like computers
which itself is an intelligent design..or how we are able to reproduce..it can't be by accident!
I am a Christian and love the Big Bang Theory, everything from nothing. I think the bible even talked about that. I like evolution too, it follows the
bible (stars and planets, oceans, animals and then humans). It says that to God a 1,000 years is like a day, I have no problem with billions of years
to achieve his goals. Both believer and scientists agree, all came from nother, we disagree on why.
To the OP, great job. I love quantum physics, I espescially like quantum entanglement. I like the fractal answer, everything is a projection of
something smaller (big bangs from the big guy, words to create the universe). In the end the most fascinating question is why does any of this exist?
It just doesn't make sense even if you believe in God, why does he exist. The answer is because this does and he does and we know it because we know
we exist. Animals do not ponder their existance.
I agree with someone who gave the answer earlier, 42. My boy Douglas may have inside knowledge. Wouldn't it be funny if 42 was the answer and Douglas
was right? So, one day I was talking to God and I asked him his name, he said, "What does it matter" and I said, well what do you want me to call you
and he said, "Anything you like". I insisted and he said, "Call me Jaime". I laughed at such a name (sorry to anyone named Jaime, I think of the robot
on "Get Smart", this is joke anyways). A few days later it occurred to me "Jaime" is the same as "I am me". Pretty funny huh? If the Large Hadron
Collider comes back with an answer of 42, I am going to split a gut laughing for wonderful and amazind Douglas Adams and his books.
11-5-2011 by AQuestion because: Addition, a math answer