That's a very weird argument for proving or disproving the existence of a God though. Science is nothing more than deducing natural laws from a certain environment. If those theories and models hold, it is not the world which behaves according to those models, but those models are merely describing the world behaving under a specific set of circumstances. I bet this picture isn't coming from a scientist. If so, that scientist would be narcissistic, because he would basically be saying: look, the world works according to my theory, while in reality it will always be the other way around. Ie: you can never say the world behaves according to those formulas and models, that's just bullcrap. You can predict it, sure, but that's all.DominicDecoco said:
But I bet I'm way too serious now
Exactly, and why create something immediately that will destroy the earth in a couple hundred years once they get the hang of itkrebs303 said:Put yourself in God's place. Going to be around forever, are you going to create something that is to endure a while or something that is a flash in the pan. Natural laws must be obeyed. The rules of nature are in place and must be obeyed.