Evidence of God in physics , MIND BOGGLING

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posted on Sep, 20 2012 @ 02:23 AM
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Originally posted by subject x
That guy doesn't understand percentages.
Just because the odds are astronomically against something, doesn't mean it can't happen.
One chance in a "billion billion billion billion" is still a chance, and can happen.

An example, on a much smaller scale:
What would be the odds, on a 100-sided die, of rolling 3 1s in a row?
I don't know, but I've done it.

One chance, out of who-cares-how-may, is all you need for something to happen.


Lets say that in the beginning there was just absolutely emptiness. One infinite dimension of absolute emptiness. What are the odds of this constant dimension forming anything by chance?

Since this dimension did form something the odds are 1. You cant say 1 on a trillion trillion trillion because that means the infinite empty space is not empty.

But what people should concentrate on is how can a infinite dimension of emptiness for something all by it self?
Because there is nothing there to form anything except the absolute empty space.

Wouldn't this space need some kind of ability to form something by it self?




posted on Sep, 20 2012 @ 02:39 AM
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Originally posted by wascurious

Originally posted by dwarfflex
Evidence of God in Physics , mind boggling.

www.youtube.com...



So much intelligent design, i question there was a big bang , followed by a sequence of accidents, then hey presto.

here we are.


Yeah, that just sounds crazy.
Now give me a lonely, invisible, magic man in the sky and that is something I can get my mind around.


I see what you did there..... -.o

Seriously though, I don't think "God" is supposed to be a lonely, invisible, magic man in the sky. I think this is a misconception. Metaphors and symbolism is heavy in many religions and religious texts/drawings, thus creating the misconceptions we see today.

I believe that there is knowledge in which humanity may not yet possess and would take a long time before we can uncover it. So happy hunting! =)



posted on Sep, 20 2012 @ 03:01 AM
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His argument has several flaws because his logic is built on misconceptions.

I think the first problem here is that he we need to take into account the possibility of an finite time and infinite Universes. Lets just assume for a minute time had no beginning and there are or have been other Universes besides this one. If that were true, it immediately invalidates his fundamental point about the staggering odds. Who knows how many other Universes didn't have the correct forces to create life. Perhaps this Universe is that staggering rarity in manifestation and we simply can't comprehend that process.

And the second thing is that not all forces need to be exactly the strength they are in order for life to exist. Gravity could be a bit weaker and you'd get wider orbits and larger solar systems. You could have a larger planet with the same amount of gravity as Earth. Life could still exist under those circumstances. You could also mix the entire thing up, throw in new forces, new dimensions, what ever... there's no reason to assume life couldn't exist in other systems which have totally different rules to this Universe.

Life adapts to the conditions it gets given, that's how evolution and adaptation works.
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posted on Sep, 20 2012 @ 03:23 AM
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Ah yes, the old God can be anything I personally want to define it as and I can still say I believe in God with a capital G. Apparently many people forgot that God is a proper noun and has a defined origin. If you want to ponder gods that may or may not be anything at all, that is quite different. But I still do not see how there is any room for a god without an invisible magician.



posted on Sep, 20 2012 @ 09:13 AM
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Originally posted by SpeachM1litant
It is so inconceivable to the stupid human mind, that we are nothing but a freak accident and our existence means nothing in the bigger scheme of things, so we create mythology such as religion to explain our existence and why we worthless beings are exceptional. It's funny if you really think about it.




To me it's exactly the opposite..."it is so inconceivable to the stupid human mind" that there is Perfection in everything...from a strand of DNA to an "imperfect" human being...a splendid paradox! I do not feel "exceptional," just blessed!



posted on Sep, 20 2012 @ 09:46 AM
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Originally posted by Vandettas
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Where is the evidence of the persons post I quoted?

Here's mine, and it literally took five seconds to get it.

Pi

The number π (/paɪ/) is a mathematical constant that is the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. The constant, sometimes written pi, is approximately equal to 3.14159.


Oh boy. That's Pi not Phi. (Pie/Fee)

But I'm sure someone already corrected you on that.



posted on Sep, 20 2012 @ 09:51 AM
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A little something that may be relevant to this thread.
www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Sep, 20 2012 @ 10:07 AM
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Originally posted by spy66

Lets say that in the beginning there was just absolutely emptiness. One infinite dimension of absolute emptiness. What are the odds of this constant dimension forming anything by chance?

Since this dimension did form something the odds are 1. You cant say 1 on a trillion trillion trillion because that means the infinite empty space is not empty.

But what people should concentrate on is how can a infinite dimension of emptiness for something all by it self?
Because there is nothing there to form anything except the absolute empty space.

Wouldn't this space need some kind of ability to form something by it self?

You can ponder imponderables all day long if you like, I'd rather not waste my time on a fruitless exercise.
I certainly can't say I know the answers. More importantly, I'm not sure there's a point in asking the questions.
The universe exists. We exist. Knowing how it started isn't going to change that, any more than not knowing.

The bonehead in the video is the one who brought up odds. He's the guy who said "one in a billion billion billion".
I just pointed out that long odds do not mean "impossible without a creator".



posted on Sep, 20 2012 @ 10:27 AM
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He edited his first and second post. It clearly said "pi".



posted on Sep, 20 2012 @ 12:30 PM
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Isn't it funny that some people have no problem with the fact that ANYTHING exists. I mean even a molecule, and yet God can not. Think about it nothing SHOULD exist at all....There should never have been a mass that was the "The Big Bang" to begin with...So to completely deny yourself of the fact God can exist is just beyond me.



posted on Sep, 20 2012 @ 01:36 PM
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One doesn't need science to see what you could call God.

Just eyes.



posted on Sep, 20 2012 @ 01:37 PM
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Originally posted by subject x

Originally posted by AfterInfinity
How about you give us a summary of the video, due to the fact that I can't watch videos on this computer (software issues) and some of us are at work?

He just goes on about universal forces (gravity and what not), and the odds of them being "set", as he says, to support intelligent life. He claims that it's just too much of a coincidence to be random, thus proving the existence of intelligent design.
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I'll Argue if everything were slightly off we wouldn't exist to ask the question. So it ( the fact we exist) proves nothing;except the dogs lined up perfectly at least once..


The next roll of the "cosmic dice" might not be so lucky and not proceed to development of inteligent self-aware questioning life.
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posted on Sep, 20 2012 @ 01:49 PM
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Originally posted by winofiend
People are dumb, ergo, there is no god for surely god would not create something faulty.


Maybe not by design. I believe we've all been dumbed down, on purpose.



posted on Sep, 20 2012 @ 01:53 PM
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Originally posted by ManjushriPrajna

One doesn't need science to see what you could call God.
Just eyes.


In it's simplicity this is one of the most profound things I've ever read.
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posted on Sep, 20 2012 @ 01:55 PM
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Originally posted by kurthall
Isn't it funny that some people have no problem with the fact that ANYTHING exists. I mean even a molecule, and yet God can not. Think about it nothing SHOULD exist at all....There should never have been a mass that was the "The Big Bang" to begin with...So to completely deny yourself of the fact God can exist is just beyond me.

It all comes down to your chosen basic assumption:
1) "God":Is was and always will be.
or 2) the "universe and lts laws and mysteries" Is,Was and always will be and we just happened to show up.
#2 is Not real warm and fuzzy but just as valid.

I prefer to think a big demanding"guy" on a fancy throne and all my dead relatives are NOT looking"down" watching my every moment and judging me:
Doesn't rule out God; Just helps me maintain my sanity.
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posted on Sep, 20 2012 @ 01:57 PM
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Originally posted by 46ACE

Originally posted by kurthall
Isn't it funny that some people have no problem with the fact that ANYTHING exists. I mean even a molecule, and yet God can not. Think about it nothing SHOULD exist at all....There should never have been a mass that was the "The Big Bang" to begin with...So to completely deny yourself of the fact God can exist is just beyond me.

Itall comesdown to yourchosen basic assumption:
1) "God":Is was and always will be.
or 2) the "universe and lts laws and mysteries" Is,Was and always will be and we just happened to show up.
#2 is Not real warm and fuzzy but just as valid.


is it possible for something to understand,direct, organize, create, and control " the universe and its laws and mysteries"?



posted on Sep, 20 2012 @ 01:57 PM
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what is the criteria for the term/concept ... God?

that is the first problem,,,, i am asking something that does not even know what it is,, where it is, when it is, how it is,,,, if there can be such a thing as a God,, and then asking them what rules and guidelines this God must obey and follow in order to be considered, by our contrived definition, a God...



posted on Sep, 20 2012 @ 02:04 PM
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Originally posted by ImaFungi

Originally posted by 46ACE

Originally posted by kurthall
Isn't it funny that some people have no problem with the fact that ANYTHING exists. I mean even a molecule, and yet God can not. Think about it nothing SHOULD exist at all....There should never have been a mass that was the "The Big Bang" to begin with...So to completely deny yourself of the fact God can exist is just beyond me.

Itall comesdown to yourchosen basic assumption:
1) "God":Is was and always will be.
or 2) the "universe and lts laws and mysteries" Is,Was and always will be and we just happened to show up.
#2 is Not real warm and fuzzy but just as valid.


is it possible for something to understand,direct, organize, create, and control " the universe and its laws and mysteries"?

Why not?

Just as THE DREADED "EVOLUTION"could be "GODS MECHANISM" for introducing change to the ecosystem!.
Science and "GOD" DON'T HAVE to be mutually exclusive!
But; strictly speaking: one is NOT proof of the other!.
Nature could be an indepedant mechanical machine and run with or without divine manipulation through its own feedback loops;checks and balances..

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posted on Sep, 20 2012 @ 02:12 PM
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ok,,, so wouldnt the existence,, in the past or eventual, of a God, be a natural occurrence,., especially if something like intelligence can exist,,, especially if abstract concepts such as morals, individuality, will, potential exists.,,.,.

in inifinity is the best of the best and worst of the worst..,,. the highs and lows, bigs and smalls.,,. with all the time existence has existed,.,., whats to say that some form of intelligence has not established righteous reign over a section, or part, of a creation,,, as an experiment,, or as a reality,,,

as our mind is the god of our bodies,.,. as our president/government/kings of past are/were the gods of our lawful and orderly constructed systems.,, why would there not be underlying code and law,, a God, or guide of reality.,,..,

if there is no god or creator of the universe,.,. can we try to brainstorm and think what the universe might actually be? can we think about if anything can ever mean anything,, if value exists,., if intent is meaningful or real,,. etc.?



posted on Sep, 20 2012 @ 02:16 PM
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"Nature could be an indepedant mechanical machine and run with or without divine manipulation through its own feedback loops;checks and balances.."

ok,, so nature is an intelligent technological god,.,. a chemist, a physisct, a biologist, a geologist etc...

no divine manipulation.,,.,. but a massive amount of energy ( which we are made of and part of) split itself automatically into a mechanical machine, recycling itself,, obeying logical physical laws from the unimaginably smallest to the unimaginably largest scales,, creating all we know of it so far and can imagine,, creating all we are and can be,, all we can think and feel and do,,, and it did this without thinking, or trying, or knowing, or seeing,, or caring,,, it is most genius, most smart, most epic, most awesome, most everything,, and it is an "unimpressive series of accidents"...





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