posted on Sep, 12 2012 @ 05:36 AM
reply to post by Spiritfilled
You notice how atheists say that because God cannot be measured by any of the five physical senses, he is not empirically verifiable and
therefore belief in God is unscientific.
I think you mean perceived, not measured. But I really haven't heard any modern atheist say such things. It's a kind of fictionalised Victorian-era
Speaking as an atheist, I should say that it is not the lack of evidence for God, but the logical and material evidence against
of such an entity that convinces.
Yet they dont seem to realize that Dark Energy cannot be experienced or measured by any of the five senses, yet despite it being not
empirically verifiable and unscientific they teach it as the main theory behind the Big Bang.
Dark energy is not evidence for the Big Bang at all; the evidence lies in things like the cosmic microwave background and what we see when we look at
faraway galaxies through large telescopes – the evidence, if you like, of our eyes.
Anyway, you don't have to invoke something as exotic as dark energy to make your point; we can't perceive radio waves with any of our senses either,
yet scientists stubbornly insist they are real. The fools!
As for dark energy, we don't know what it is, but we can see its effects in the sky above us, so we know there's something
there. The name 'dark energy' is just a placeholder until we find out what it really is.
perfect paws of the NWO
That sounds rather sweet; makes one think of the NWO as a cute, soft, furry animal.