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God
Our earth contains the same amount of waster and air since creation I would submit, with elements that supports life in its many forms. Be it Big Bang theory or creationism something created
humans. And we can think and invent even the discovery of how vast the world is.
It would seem to me that even the denial of God is an implicit admission of same. But the logic is inverted. The universe is too large and man footprint is too small therefore God does not exit! Really.
But let me try this logic to see the fallacy of their conclusion which task credulity for me. A ruler is 12 inches long. And the king is a ruler. How tall is the king? He must be 12 inches tall!! That’s the way I read the story. It’s not important to try to disprove God. It’s more important to live. That a human cell and a stem cell can clone a person does not prove the absence of God. It proves the advancement of science. The latter is full of errors and so it was at the biginning, many errors led to many mistakes which remain with us today. The book misses the mark.
Ransome Owan,PhD
 

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I'd like to make a 1,683-word comment. First, on a certain phrase in this article: "human beings are like God". Then I'd like to put forward my hypothesis (with scientific references, of course) that the universe doesn't merely consist of trillions of galaxies, but that both the space and time of the universe are literally infinite.
human beings are like God
"Many religions, from Hinduism to Gnostic Christianity to Mormon doctrine, teach that – as impious as it may sound – it is the goal of humans to become gods." ["Pale Blue Dot – A Vision of the Human Future in Space” by Carl Sagan - Headline Book (1995, p. 382)]. A name used for God in the Old Testament is Elohim, which means the “plural majesty of the one god” i.e. the billions of earth’s inhabitants* entangled** with, and dispersed throughout, the united infinity of the universe and eternity of time. Such entanglement suggests extrasensory perception and telekinetic independence from technology are possible (and that there is truth in practices like astrology), despite modern science’s objections which appear to be based on non-unification.
* Plus the inhabitants of countless billions of other worlds that will be colonized in the past and far future as well as the present and near future by humans who have adapted to, or been genetically engineered to fit, other worlds as they explore the universe. Any complicated form of life – humanoid, animal or plant – anywhere in space would have to evolve into existence, unless human biotechnology and genetic engineering of future centuries produced it. The evolution proposed by Charles Darwin is indeed wonderful, and the Miller-Urey Experiment of 1952 made amino acids (which are relatively simple, and are the building blocks of protein) from inorganic material and by natural causes in a lab. Indeed, many molecules – including sugars and amino acids – have been found in space. But evolution appears limited. In a biological sense, the Theory of Evolution certainly explains adaptations and modifications in large forms of life. But believing it also explains their origins is unwarranted extrapolation. It takes an idea that accounts for some parts of life and, since it’s the only scientific explanation we currently have, assumes it accounts for all parts of life. Any large lifeform is far more advanced than any amino acid. It appears impossible for a collection of amino acids and other molecules to spontaneously develop into the incredible complexity of a large lifeform (even in innumerable tiny steps taken over billions of years).
** To be more specific - the existence of both advanced waves (which travel backwards in time) and retarded waves (which travel forwards in time) as admissible solutions to James Clerk Maxwell's equations about electromagnetism was explored in the Wheeler–Feynman absorber theory in the first half of last century, as well as the more recent transactional interpretation of quantum mechanics (TIQM). Einstein's equations say gravitational fields carry enough information about electromagnetism to allow Maxwell's equations to be restated in terms of these gravitational fields. This was discovered by the mathematical physicist George Yuri Rainich ("Transactions of the American Mathematical Society" 27, 106 - Rainich, G. Y. - 1925). Therefore, gravitational waves also have a "retarded" component and an "advanced" component. They can travel forward or backward not only in space, but in time too. 17th century scientist Isaac Newton's idea of gravity acting instantly across the universe could be explained by gravity's ability to travel back in time, and thereby reach a point billions of light years away not in billions of years, but apparently instantly.^
^ Instantaneous effect over large distances is known as the entanglement of quantum mechanics, and has been repeatedly verified experimentally. If it involves gravitational waves forming matter particles (which form macroscopic
 

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The justifications for atheism are given expansive treatment, including full treatment of the most prominent counter-arguments. The first partis given to "negative arguments" that answer the most prominent theistic arguments or cast doubt on the proposition that "God exists". The second part is given to "positive arguments" that explicitly support the proposition that "No god exists". 

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