Saturday, October 2, 2010

An opinion...

Good day my people! How are you doing today?

Well, something came to my mind while I was watching a special program on how the universe was created. I want to point out that what I am about to write is my opinion and that I do not wish to generalize or to say I am right.

It is about Atheists and believers (Christians for example). I always see them arguing about one thing in particular:

Christians: "God created everything"
Atheists: "I can not believe an imaginary being created everything, science has more good points"

Now I'm asking you...do you know what science says about the origin of the Universe? I'll tell you with my own words: "From nothing a dense particle of mass appeared and suddenly exploded, and in the expansion it was cooling off, in which moment planets, galaxies and everything was created"

Do you see where I'm going? "From nothing"...Is it my imagination or does Atheists and Christians have something in common? Is just that I can't take that from my mind...I believe both bands should stop arguing until all is cleared and I also believe that since science can't respond to the question of how that dense mass particle was created...even the most imaginative answer could be the truth...what the hell...maybe SOMEONE created it? After all, mass and energy are related...and in the bible says: "And God said: let there be light" I find that so cool!

Anyway, would you like to share what do you believe? I don't know, maybe one in millions of minds have the truth without knowing it =)

Thank you for reading! I hope you won't see me wrong after this, I just wrote something that got my attention, take care and be happy!

32 comments:

  1. yeah, nothing can come from nothing...if anybody says otherwise, their concept of nothing is fucked up

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  2. The issue is not with science or religion.

    It's with blind faith..and scientists that have blind faith in their theories are just as bad as the religious nutjobs.

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  3. something can come from nothing.

    if the logic is "something came from something" then where did the second "something" came from?
    this is logic is as same as the argument "which comes first, the chicken or the egg?"
    it's an infinite loop.

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  4. How about everyone stops worrying about it because nobody's ever going to find out.

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  5. It's nice people have something to believe in but everyone should respect other people's views.

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  6. Hey! I'm totally enjoying you blog!! This stuff is fun to look at! Keep it up! :)

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  7. hey, this is one of my more favorite posts from you :)

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  8. Actually your Atheist sounds like some of the dumber ones.

    If you want to see a smart Atheist counter-argument I'd recommend you head over to Naj's or Nigma's blog.

    (Though I will consider your balloon idea. :D)

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  9. I agree with some parts of your post, I'll add a further post later as i'm in a rush at the moment,

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  10. I think you misunderstood the Big Bang Theory.. Also, scientist actually don't claim to know what happened in the beginning, cause we don't! That's what we're still trying to figure out :)

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  11. As far as i know the whole big bang theory is in fact a THEORY, it is just the most common one.

    Assuming it is true tho, there just could have been another whole universe before ours, it collapsed on itself (Whitch MAY happen to ours too if it stops expanding) with all the mass of the universe concentrating on one point.

    The gravity force generated by such a mass was su huge that it just continued compressing itself.
    Compressing mass generates energy in the form of heat until one day the energy generated is too much and...BOOOOOOM!

    A new universe is born in place of the old one.

    A theory ofc, but it could be pretty realistic IF the big bang really happened.

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  12. All I know is that, we will never know. (Although I hope we find out from ET's? :D) Then again, they might have theories too..

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  13. some scientists believe that it was not born from nothing, but that a multi-dimensional calabi-yau shape, through quantum fluctuations, exploded unraveling the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th dimensions. as you can fit nearly infinite one dimensional objects into a three dimensional object, you can fit nearly an infinite amount of 1,2,3, and 4 dimensional objects into one such as a 6 dimensional calabi-yau, which is a submicroscopic particle in its self. But of course, assuming this theory is true, where then did this dimensional shape come from?

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  14. Well, I'm an atheist myself and I did come to that conclusion as well... But science isn't bulletproof, but it does explain alot of things. Instead of believing what's in a damn book written 2000 years ago.

    We're in a new age people! Religion doesn't have a place in this world anymore, unless you don't want to be an intellectual, self-reasoning human being.

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  15. lets party tull God and the devil collide

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  16. Hi! AnnoNeuvo, my only point was that! they don't know, they don't have an answer either and then, anything could be the answer...right? Until it is proven which I HOPE! xD and SADISTIC cool comment! and in the end...you are just saying what this post is all about.."Where did something" come from =)

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  17. Oh dude...this arguement will continued for thousands of years, mainly due to the fact we have too many ignorant people in this world to actually discuss about this without any insults

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  18. I'm looking forward to your next post!

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  19. Great post!

    looking forward to reading the next one

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  20. There are more similarities than differences, people need to just not fight so much

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  21. Im afraid you misunderstood a bit boy

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  22. It's hard for us in our dimension to fathom anything coming from nothing, including god. That's the origin of the whole debate.

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  23. I honestly have no idea what I believe. Something can exist, but there might be nothing as well. I don't think there will ever be decisive evidence either way.

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