posted on Jun, 11 2013 @ 01:56 PM
I think a better question to ask OP would be
What existed before anything existed?
if you follow a teleological argument at some point something must have existed that put everything into motion.
for some people that implies a designer, a "god" if you will
I think a interesting component of this argument is our human perception of time, we believe that everything has a beginning and a end. We are born at
a certain time and we die at a point time and the universe must be the same.
it must have started at some point and it must end at some point.
but that is based on how we perceive time, if we exclude time a human construct from our psyche the the idea of something having always existed like
the universe becomes more believable as does the physics supporting it.
for me I truly do believe in the existence of God that might be naive or ignorant to some but i think the idea of this little blue planet being all
there is my universe is rather sad. I cannot look at all the wonder in the universe and not believe that something designed all of this.
on 11-6-2013 by OtherSideOfTheCoin because: (no reason given)