posted on Sep, 21 2004 @ 08:52 PM
As I get to know more and more about the human body and its minute parts and organells that holds together entire proteins, I get a feeling that maybe
I was wrong in thinking that God doesn't exist.
Takes Enzymes for example, all they do is make subtrates bind to its active site, therefore lowering activation energy. But what makes them do it. Is
it our genes or it their chemical properties given to them at life.
Either way the question goes to where does it all begin. Some people say that the Universe isn't off comprehension to the human mind, and that
Universe doesn't have an end or beginning. I don't know about those theories, but one other theory has caught my attention: GOD.
Think about it, the basic principle of GOD is that he is the supreme force of the Universe, he is the creator and destroyer of all things. In the
Scientific community, God doesn't exist. How about Unifying Force of Nature? It is the force that cause all to happen.
Religions, in general, made is so that the Unifying force is human, why shouldn't it be like Gravity or Electromagnatism.
This argument leads to saying that God exists, but in a very different form. God is just a force of nature that does all the activities and combines
all the forces of nature into one.
Comments or Questions?