There is no God.
Created on: July 5th, 2007
There is no God.
There is no God.

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July 5th, 2007
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Prove it, George
July 5th, 2007
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you act as if belief in God is the default position and anything else must be proven, when its really the other way around. George's position is completely rational.
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You took the words out of my mouth (although I didn't want to get into an argument with folks on ytmnd.
July 5th, 2007
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To say 'There is no god' is stating a fact. But you know that statement can't be proven as a fact. While on the other hand, if there is, God could prove its existence. And maybe does all the time to individuals. So no. Stating something that is unprovable as a fact is not rational in the least.
July 5th, 2007
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For anyone to claim there absolutely is no creator takes just as much faith, and belief in miracles as to believe in a creator. At least with a creator of some sort there can exist a supernatural explanation for how matter could miraculously come together in the most unlikely fashion to form a protein which is the the building block of life.
July 5th, 2007
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I believe last time they did the calculation the chances of atoms spontaneously forming into a protein was about 1 in 10^40,000
July 5th, 2007
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No. These boys have it all figured out. There was a puddle of amino acids floating around one day and suddenly it thought, hey, I want to be alive. And now I am. Great. I think I'll go compose the 9th symphony. How natural.
July 5th, 2007
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If I say I have a Magic Unicorn in my backyard, that is an extraordinary claim, of which i have no evidence. You dont have to prove me wrong, I have to prove my claim. It does not take an equal amount of faith to disbelieve in my Magic Unicorn. Its rational to disbelieve in fact call me a kook. Also, in Carlins context, he's talking about man made religious Gods, which can actually be disproven by showing so many of the claims of religious texts to be flat out impossible/improbable/contradictory, etc.
July 5th, 2007
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To put that into perspective the estimated amounts of atoms in the known universe is around 10^80
July 5th, 2007
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July 5th, 2007
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Until you can get past your personal pride to accept that you were created, don't even attempt to contemplate who your creator is, and what it wants. Once you can accept you owe your existence and humble yourself, then you can start to see a purpose. You might as well try to debate on weather being stoned or being drunk is more fun, when you have experienced neither.
July 5th, 2007
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Crap! I've been pwnd by a f*cking unicorn. Why do I never see the magic unicorn line coming? Well frig, I guess you've supplied all the proof I need to agree that there is no god.
July 5th, 2007
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Sitsu, this site says there is no god. It doesn't mention Jesus. Why not try to get a little more of track with your random arguments that don't come close to addressing the point you are failing to refute.
July 5th, 2007
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you reply to an actual analogy and point with preaching, proselytizing and sarcasm. It has nothing to do with pride. I am a tiny speck in a vast universe. From my position its the religious who are full of arrogant pride, that they are that imporant and that wise that in the short time humans have existed they figured everything out. I am an atheist about man made religions, and an agnostic in regards to anything beyond that. If you think you actually have a good argument beyond 'turn or burn', come to Ironchariots.org and test your mettle.
July 5th, 2007
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I really am amazed though that the unicorn analogy is that difficult to wrap yourself around, and that you have to take the ridiculousness at face value.
July 5th, 2007
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Lol I don't argue about religion. religion is a matter of the heart. I will be happy to argue on the basis on weather or not it is likely that the universe was created in some shape or form, or if it just spontaneously started to exist. But if you wish to argue religion, science plays absolutely no role. If you wish to have a heart to heart discussion, then I will talk religion with you :P
July 5th, 2007
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i'll talk religion to pretty much anyone in pm (barring a sh*tload of requests that is), but i will not take preaching, and i will always end it if the person i'm talking to will ignore my main points or if i have to repeat the same points over and over. and i wont cross far over into political issues since that complicates matters.
July 5th, 2007
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My PM box is always open. But like I said, I don't argue religion. I can tell you up front, there is no way in the world you can change my core beliefs, not with the experiences I have had. But if you want my perspective I am more than happy to oblige.
July 5th, 2007
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The chances of life spontaneously forming is unlikely indeed, which is why there is only one planet in the entire universe we know of where such an event occurred. It's more likely than life being created by an omnipotent, intangible entity. Read some Dawkins before returning to this thread.
July 5th, 2007
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"It's more likely than life being created by an omnipotent, intangible entity." LMAO that's not even calculatable. Can you even grasp 10^40,000? LMAO I love the losers that throw in books they never probably finished as an argument.
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Sitsu, it's pretty simple. If you can't say with certainty that there is no God, then YOU DON'T SAY WITH CERTAINTY THAT THERE IS NO GOD!
July 6th, 2007
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I HATE that bullsh*t probability argument. Nobody ever said we just all of a sudden flew together. very simple self replicating molecules came about in a way sort of like that, and gradually became more complicated. The real mystery is the question of why molecules and atoms act the way they do, and where did the rules that govern there actions come from. At this point we don't know, but just saying god is kind of a half-assed approach.
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This is why the subject of religion should not be brought up on YTMND. It's supposed to be a humor site and that's it. There are so many different beliefs out there. As much as I'd like to, it would be impossible for me to convince everyone to believe what I believe. I was raised as a Lutheran and I will hold onto my beliefs for the rest of my life. The Bible and the Left Behind books have helped me greatly. Everyone is entitled to their own beliefs. I just hate seeing arguments on a site created for laughs
July 5th, 2007
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now THIS is a YTMND
July 5th, 2007
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1'd for making me think about my mortality. Thanks f*ggot.
July 5th, 2007
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George Carlin is retarded, and a comedian. Why do we care about his opinion?
July 5th, 2007
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"Sitsu, this site says there is no god. It doesn't mention Jesus." - your point? first off the context of the actual Carlin bit is in relation to man made religion. secondly I hear christians talk about God all the time without mentioning Jesus in the same breath, it doesnt mean they're not talking about the Christian God. special pleading.
July 5th, 2007
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as a frisbist and a person who prays to Joe Pesci i find his lack of faith a interesting point sure he was catholic and fallen from that particular faith. so hinceforth i don't agree with his statement above but i am 5ing on the comedic genius that he is
July 5th, 2007
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wow look at all the f*ggotry on this comment page wow
July 5th, 2007
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return of the whetstone.
July 8th, 2007
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"Texaggie79: To put that into perspective the estimated amounts of atoms in the known universe is around 10^80" 10^80 is low estimate of how many atoms are in this galaxy.