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PeriodicMaterials Feb 1st 2013 03:17 PM

Reality of a God
 
Since the 1800s, theories about a god not existing have pondered to many scientifically thinking individuals. I myself, would like to know who believes in God and who doesn't. Why is your reasoning?

SnowLeopard Feb 8th 2013 09:46 AM

Physics anyway not relates with the God.
One Argument that I hear from my friend which believes in God is "No Physicist has ever seen an atom but they believe in them,on this basis no one seen the God but believes in them"

Simplicity Mar 22nd 2013 02:21 AM

God
 
Before having ideas about God, we've got to talk about what kind of God do you believe in? Do you believe in a God like a human? What's your imagination of God?
In the 21st century, physicists have some models about the atom, of course they haven't seen the atom, if they could there weren't those fairy tales about the World's starting point, however this topic is talking in generic.
Have you ever noticed we're talking about why we exist by asking about the God?

MBW May 24th 2013 04:32 PM

Human Hubris
 
The closer one relates God to Humans (for example: made in his own image) the less believable I find the ultimate creator role.
On the other hand, if an ultimate creator does exist, I doubt it would recognise itself in any of our imaginings about it's nature.


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