posted on Feb, 24 2012 @ 11:14 AM
Originally posted by THE_PROFESSIONAL
And I told you what degrees I hold. Those topics I told you are subsets of physics.
No, you said a degree in physics. Bachelors, Masters, Doctorate etc? I will take a shot in the dark and say none of the above.
I do know this, I will show you all my college physics textbooks when I get home that were required for me to get my degree, not that you would
understand if you had any science degree.
What would pictures of books prove? You could have failed miserably in all of your classes, which seems like the most likely case.
Many people with physics degrees (like myslef) know that god exists. You would know that too if you got your degree.
I would expect a better argument from a physicist. One based on facts and not obscure irrelevant conjecture. Stephen Hawking does not believe in god.
Patrick Blackett did not believe in god. Frank Close does not. Albert Einstein did not. I could keep listing many of the brightest minds humanity has
ever seen, and Nobel Prize winners who do not see any proof for god.
Are you claiming that upon acquiring your 'degree,' you received knowledge unbeknownst to mankind, and are refusing to share it? You have not
mentioned any studies you have done, and you have not addressed how physics is even relevant to the existence of a god.
The only thing you are 100% certain in, is that you have faith. You can not be 100% certain that a god exists. Your argument is nonsense.
I expect better of a physicist
edit on 2-24-12 by reaxi0n because: (no reason given)