There is more to it than just a singularity point of the "big bang" (and our universe) because something had to set up the energy for this singularity.
Like I said I have some theories I have been working on but I will not disclose it here and now.
Last edited by creativedreams; 11-13-09 at 03:51 PM.
This does nothing to disprove God, as it speaks only to the beings that may believe in Him. Belief in Him, or absence of said belief, does nothing to confirm or deny His existence.Then you add in the fact that it's known that religious mania is a mental process, not a physical process, and you suddenly realize that belief in god is mere human irrationality in an otherwise rational universe.
Thus, your attempt to disprove God fails. Miserably.
Last edited by Goobieman; 11-13-09 at 03:48 PM.
Actually expecting you to at least demonstrate a basement level of knowledge of the topics you're spewing on is really too much, but it's necessary anyway.
So, if you haven't heard of the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, a true cornerstone of our quantum-based modern society, you should probably google it.