Hey guys miss me?

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Thread Topic: Hey guys miss me?

  • I have a sincere question for atheists. Honestly I am very curiose were did the world come from to you...the atheists? It's been bothering me for some time now and I figured this was the best place to ask. Can anybody tell me please? Also,I am wondering why people say "don't judge me" in religion when they JUST got done criticizing your "belief." Thank you for reading!
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    Anastasia Hot Shot
    Ever heard of evolution, awesom? I'm not atheist, but I know the other sides' beliefs.
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    Anastasia Hot Shot
    Also, I hope you're not here to shove Christianity down peoples' throats. That really irritates me because most of the time that just pushes more and more people away from God. Don't be afraid to share your beliefs and such, but nagging and nagging a non-believer about it is just wrong. We should be known by our actions and 'fruit'. Nothing wrong with expressing beliefs, but if you don't even know what other people believe in it's best not to even debate. Because if you're in this forum to debate it's not an easy task.
  • Yes I have heard of evaluation and no I'm not shoving religion down anyone's throats I want to know by a athiest where the world came from to them. It has been bugging me for months! I want to be be told by an athiest so I know for sure! I've never heard "the full story" if you will.
  • tongue Advanced
    There are several theories regarding the creation of the universe. There's the big bang theory, the alternate universe theory, and the black hole theory, just to name a few. All are grounded in solid science and do not require the existance of a divine being.
  • Hmm I've heard of the big bang but not the others... Honestly though I didn't know there was more than one.
  • Also,can you name me one upholden fact that the evaluation theory is true?
  • tongue Advanced
    The Big Bang Theory has been accepted throughout the scientific community as the most accurate theory of the origin of the universe, which is why the other theories aren't well-known. I personally believe in the Big Bang and evolution. And I am also an atheist.
  • Also,can you name me one upholden fact that the evaluation theory is true?
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    madid Junior
    Awesome:Natural selection. You probably shouldn't listen to me though, I haven't slept in two days.
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    barberbob2 Advanced
    Due to the projected course of matter in our universe, scientists have been able to retrace our steps so to speak, and have found that all matter in motion originated from a single focal point. Also, given the theory of gravity, in a suspended void, all matter will attract towards itself again. The big bang has potentially repeated itself countless times before.

    But hey, what do I know? The big bang is just a theory, right? Just like gravity and evolution.

    I personally believe that the idea that there HAD to be a beginning is narrow minded in itself. Who says that there ever was a beginning? Matter and energy can be converted between each other. This can be seen in bombs, fire, and motion. Physical mass is being converted to energy. And if the big bang is correct, then that means that before matter there was an infinite amount of potential energy. Potential energy can be proven by science. Energy can be converted to matter. Which can be proven by science. During fusion and fision, heat and light are biproducts of the energy conversion. Thus scientists have been able to determine that a big bang would litteraly be a giant explosion.

    My personal favorite theory if there has to be a begginning, is the infinite improbability theory. Nothing is impossible. It is only highly improbable. So given an infinite amount of space that we call... SPACE, the possibility of our universe are astronomically inprobable. But since space is infinite, even the most inprobable thing will happen. Sadly, the same thing cannot be said for a god. For while by this theory a god is infinitly inprobable and there for DOES exist, this also means that such a God exists an infinite amount of times over. Therefore cancelling out the idea of a one true god in itself.
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    barberbob2 Advanced
    Evolution please. If you're going to ask about it, please spell it correctly.

    Evolution is based of the fact that all organic material is cell based. Each cell containes DNA. Deoxyribonucleic Acid. DNA in human beings is a strand of 46 different protiens that codes the blueprints for organic life. A single protien is a triatic bond of three different atoms. Atoms being the smallest division of matter in the known universe.

    Anyway, back to the subject. For a cell to multiply, it has to divide. When a cell divides, every strand of DNA, which is a double helix, divides with it. It then becomes RNA. Ribonucleic Acid. Random strands of protien that can be found inside a cells protoplasm, link up with the loose strands of RNA to build new DNA strands. Evolution comes in with the fact that organic life is not perfect. These connections of RNA and random protiens do not always create the same DNA as the original strand. This causes a change in the bluepring that that cell has. Then when the new cell divides, the new bluepring goes with it, making it potentially more prodominant in the full being.

    This is a mutation. Some mutations can help the organism. Some hinder it. And some dont affect it. The organisms that have a negative mutation usually are killed or die naturally before they have a chance to mate and spread their mutation out among their own species. Positive or unaffected organisms however, can still breed. This is evolution. The continuous betterment of a species through reproduction of the most fit individuals.
  • tongue Advanced
    I was waiting for Bob to come and save me from exposing the limits of my scientific knowledge. Although I think it's been observed that the universe is still expanding, which would confirm the Big Bang, I am not sure.
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    Sisi Experienced
    All those scientific theories start from something. The Big Bang was from positive and negative matter. How can nothing come from something? You don't know. You wont ever know. So who's to say there is not a God out there? You cant because you never know.
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    Appayipyip42 Advanced
    It kind of goes on into infinity where you find a beginning, there is a beginning before it...
    Time is a mortal construction. We can only understand what is in the constraints of these.

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