reply to post by AthlonSavage
As far as who created God, I would say energy did, and God would be the mere spark of original light.
Could light energy and dark matter have been colliding since the beginning of time?
If we are all comprised of a group of elements, and as far as we can tell these elements are the same and found throughout the known universe, then
are we all, rock, plant, animal, gas, not the same thing?
We all come from the universe consisting of a universal group of elements. It's just a matter of how warm, yet not too hot, wet but not too soggy of
environment you are in before life as we know it springs from carbon elements.
The universe was an endless world of a fine mist like gas of elements.
Over time certain elements began to produce "weight" and gravity and motion where born.
Over time elements would become "attracted" to other elements and would form structures or more compound elements.
Over time the forces of gravity began spiraling everything into it's center.
In time everything that was, was sucked into itself creating more pressure than imaginable.
The massive explosion that created everything we have today will probably slow down and merge into a giant swirl, where one day this will happen
As far as Man's belief in a God. We have the technology today to find a planet with an atmosphere like ours, close enough to a star to have liquids,
solids and gases, thus producing weather, etc.
And we could send pods containing simple plant life and algae.
We could then send primitive life forms, fish, worms, bugs, etc.
We could then put farm and game animals.
Finally we could genetically modify humans and put them there and teach them how to live and what to eat and what not to do, etc.
They would tell stories of the beginning when the "Gods" where among them, etc.
We would be God.