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Dude, I understand but you're not answering this question. Get down to the first time someone decided to sling particles together alright, imagine were at the beginning. How did that first existence exist?
its always been thete because nothing is literally impossible,its impossible to create "nothing". If "nothing" is impossible then the something must have no beginning, phew
Originally posted by UnknownKnower
reply to post by OtherSideOfTheCoin
Though I do not believe in god or anything I do like your answer very much.
I never thought about that, when you really think about it time is a human perception. Like you said if we take out that then we can be content with something simply having always existed.
BUT I still do not believe that regardless of whether or not we take the time aspect out of it. Well the thing is we cant take that out if it because time and space are one. Time is simply a measurement and it proves useful when studying the universe. We do know that the universe has expanded from a point smaller than an atom and thats where the big bang comes in.
How could it have simply always been there. Even if you dont think about it with time being part of the picture how can something have simply existed?