posted on Jan, 13 2013 @ 12:33 PM
reply to post by AfterInfinity
Just because you can't comprehend something, or just because there is no current scientific explanation for something, does not mean there will never
be a scientific explanation. Evidence begins as a theory, being able to comprehend the complexity of something is a skill for the educated. Saying
that it is beyond comprehension, and that we shouldn't even bother to understand and just call it a miracle, is a lazy and inadequate way of
When I was a kid, I didn't understand that the Sun was a star, and that each star that I could see is actually like our Sun. Before my Father taught
me certain things about our solar system and the Universe, I had a very minimal view on space and science. I wasn't considering the endless stars
capable of sustaining endless planets, possibly some like our own, because at that point, to me space was a simple empty, black, finite nothingness.
You can imagine the kind of wild things that went through my head when my Dad said to me "Our sun is a star, every star is like our sun, our sun has
9 planets orbiting it (before the re-definition of Pluto), how many planets orbit each star in the sky that we can see? How many stars and solar
systems can we not
Knowledge and understanding is important. This is why I don't hold much respect towards religious theories, simply because they are lazy and
If I want to learn, I won't step into a church and call for a priest, I'll go to school or open a book to understand the things I want to know.