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Posted by wario1988 (990 posts) 1 year, 1 month ago

Poll: Will Science ever find GOD? (85 votes)

Yes 24%
No 76%

Will they ever? maybe even some kind of proof?

#1 Edited by Fuchsia_Nightingale (10180 posts) - - Show Bio

Don't need spidey sense, to see what's about to happen.

#2 Posted by InnerVenom123 (29499 posts) - - Show Bio

#4 Posted by Xanni15 (6758 posts) - - Show Bio

This will not turn out good.

#5 Edited by cameron83 (7185 posts) - - Show Bio

@xanni15 said:

This will not turn out good.

#6 Edited by WillPayton (9346 posts) - - Show Bio

I think science will not find God because I dont think there is a God, or gods, or anything like that.

#7 Edited by wario1988 (990 posts) - - Show Bio

@xanni15 said:

This will not turn out good.

I think science will not find God because I dont think there is a God, or gods, or anything like that.

Yep...

#8 Edited by MonsterStomp (16878 posts) - - Show Bio

Scientists base their theory on... You know what? Stuff it. Answer is no.

#9 Posted by WaveMotionCannon (5370 posts) - - Show Bio

#6 Edited by WillPayton (5705 posts) - 10 minutes, 23 seconds ago - Show Bio

I think science will not find God because I dont think there is a God, or gods, or anything like that.

^This

#10 Posted by Lvenger (19233 posts) - - Show Bio

I think science will not find God because I dont think there is a God, or gods, or anything like that.

This and

@xanni15 said:

This will not turn out good.

This.

#11 Edited by ColonelRunAway (370 posts) - - Show Bio

God will refuse to provide proof on the grounds that proof denies faith, and without faith he is nothing.

Until man points out that Babel Fish is a dead giveaway that god exists, therefore he doesn't, QED. To which god says "oh dear. hadn't thought of that" and disappears in a puff logic.

"Oh, that was easy." says man, who then goes on to prove black is white and get killed at the next zebra crossing.

#12 Posted by lykopis (10752 posts) - - Show Bio

I love puppies. And green tea.

#13 Posted by MonsterStomp (16878 posts) - - Show Bio

@lykopis said:

I love puppies. And green tea.

I like cheese. Do you like cheese?

#14 Edited by jumpstart55 (2276 posts) - - Show Bio

In all actuality Probably not. But the thing is science cant prove that god exist and neither can it disprove that god doesn't exist..So its a double edged sword. So we will likely never truly know if science can prove the existence of god.

#15 Posted by WillPayton (9346 posts) - - Show Bio

@lykopis said:

I love puppies. And green tea.

I love kittens.

#16 Posted by turoksonofstone (13199 posts) - - Show Bio

Did someone say Science?

#17 Posted by MonsterStomp (16878 posts) - - Show Bio
#18 Edited by Bruxae (13341 posts) - - Show Bio
#19 Posted by wario1988 (990 posts) - - Show Bio

So much for this thread lol

#20 Posted by WillPayton (9346 posts) - - Show Bio

@bruxae said:

@monsterstomp said:

@willpayton said:

@lykopis said:

I love puppies. And green tea.

I love kittens.

Me too!

Me too!

Sure, those big cats are scary and terrifying and all... but this little guy, through the marvels of evolution, has developed a unique defense mechanism. It's head has evolved to look like a combination cat/frog mutant thing... which frightens and confuses it's predators, making them run away in fear.

Look into it's tiny eyes... are you not afraid?

:-P

#21 Posted by lykopis (10752 posts) - - Show Bio
#22 Posted by Jonny_Anonymous (32993 posts) - - Show Bio

Depends on your definition of god

#23 Posted by PartialSanity (433 posts) - - Show Bio

http://media.tumblr.com/dbf01e5ad668021a4568634fa70ee739/tumblr_inline_mhyqmi9T5R1rxa4z0.gif

Scientists don't need to find this information to keep doing what they're doing, and religious people don't need confirmation because they have faith.

#24 Posted by Lady_Liberty (8279 posts) - - Show Bio

If there is a god scientific evidence of its existence will eventually be found. If there isn't, then no evidence will ever be found.

#25 Posted by lykopis (10752 posts) - - Show Bio
#26 Posted by Saren (25610 posts) - - Show Bio

Science might find some proof of an origin point or source of the universe someday, but if you're holding out hope that science finds proof of a magic old man who lives in the skies, I suggest you revise your expectations.

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#27 Edited by warlock360 (28050 posts) - - Show Bio

I'd say maybe but voted yes since I can't rule out a possibility. If you consider string theory and if it ever turns out to be correct, there has to be everything somewhere. At least scattered through a multiverse of different realities. The closest thing we've come to god as far as science Is concerned, I'd say is the Higgs boson since it is the very thing that gives us shape. It can also break down into any other element.

To find god, we would have to first find out what we're searching for, and I doubt it's an old man with a white beard. It could be something rather simple really.

#28 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (17850 posts) - - Show Bio
#29 Edited by WillPayton (9346 posts) - - Show Bio
#30 Posted by warlock360 (28050 posts) - - Show Bio

@lady_liberty: that can't be said for sure since our (humanity) expected life span is a mere grain of sand compared to universal matters.

#31 Edited by lykopis (10752 posts) - - Show Bio

#32 Posted by lykopis (10752 posts) - - Show Bio
#33 Edited by ssejllenrad (12847 posts) - - Show Bio

Define God...

If you're saying theistic personal god with his own sets of vain righteousness, then no. Absolutely no.

If you're saying some cause of intelligent design.. Then the answer is perhaps.

If you're saying something like Asgard or Apokolopis... There could be no other answer than "I sure hope they do!"

#34 Posted by CheeseSticks (2444 posts) - - Show Bio

You can't find something that doesn't exist

#35 Posted by PartialSanity (433 posts) - - Show Bio
#36 Posted by WillPayton (9346 posts) - - Show Bio

All these kittens, they're making me so.... hungry!

#37 Edited by TDK_1997 (14680 posts) - - Show Bio

They might find some evidence that there is such a thing as a God(I don't believe there is) but I don't think that they will ever find out a big,old,bearded man who lives in the skies.

#38 Edited by AweSam (7373 posts) - - Show Bio

Yes, I believe science will find a dog walking backwards.

#39 Edited by mrdecepticonleader (17850 posts) - - Show Bio

@lykopis said:

@mrdecepticonleader:

I can beat you too!

@willpayton:

I nuuuu! **dies**

pffft......

Behold the magic dragon and a bit more actually....

I have that one too and oh it is wonderful.

#40 Edited by lykopis (10752 posts) - - Show Bio
#41 Posted by WillPayton (9346 posts) - - Show Bio

@lykopis said:

@willpayton:

It's making me crave babies, frankly.

Hah, I knew it! You atheists love to eat babies. Now I have proof!!!

#42 Posted by lykopis (10752 posts) - - Show Bio
#43 Posted by PartialSanity (433 posts) - - Show Bio

@willpayton said:

@lykopis said:

@willpayton:

It's making me crave babies, frankly.

Hah, I knew it! You atheists love to eat babies. Now I have proof!!!

Babies are part of a deity-free balanced meal.

http://www.theage.com.au/ffximage/2007/11/09/baby_food_lead_wideweb__470x320,0.jpg

#44 Posted by WillPayton (9346 posts) - - Show Bio
#45 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (17850 posts) - - Show Bio

@lykopis: Yup it is. I think a victory laugh is in order.

#46 Posted by Surkit (11317 posts) - - Show Bio

If by god you mean the full scale of factors that go into creation as a whole, yeah. might take 100,000 years but yeah

#47 Posted by lykopis (10752 posts) - - Show Bio
#48 Edited by RDClip (1129 posts) - - Show Bio

#49 Posted by WillPayton (9346 posts) - - Show Bio

That baby does look yummy. Hmm, if I convert to atheism, can I eat babies too? Or, is there a waiting period, like when I got my dental insurance?

Oh...screw it. I'm turning atheist. It's not my fault Lord, they tempted me with delicious tender babies. =(

#50 Posted by mrdecepticonleader (17850 posts) - - Show Bio