If I were a scientist, I'd stick to the Goldman Sachs principle: bet on both sides.
"Believe in science, believe in God" seems to cover all the possibilities and gives you the best chance for a cheery afterlife.
For a time, it was thought that astrophysicist Stephen Hawking had also left a tiny gap in his credo window for a magical deity. However, he has now come out and declared that there is no God.
He gave an interview to Spain's El Mundo in which he expressed his firm belief that el mundo was the work of scientifically explainable phenomena, not of a supreme being.
Hawking said: "Before we understand science, it is natural to believe that God created the universe. But now science offers a more convincing explanation."
Nothing can come from nothing. The Big Bang is religion.
Short about the history about that check out: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Georges_Lema%C3%AEtre
Chris the only thing I'm sure about for certain is that I don't know the answer to many of these questions, and anybody who says they do know for sure is a fool.
A neat thing I heard someone say about climate vs. weather is Climate is like ones peronallity where weather is like ones mood.
Perhaps the personality of the climate (and earth) is shifting toward conspious consumerism and eventual destruction. I don't know why anyone with their finger on the pulse of the earth would have children.
Here's a link to an interview:
Chris, a nickel says your physicist friend did not tell you what a gravity well is or what chaotic equilibrium is.
In short, he gave you BS (Banger Shit).
Chris, what’s the EMPIRICAL evidence for chaotic equilibrium?
Chatoic equilibrium means that the universe has always been here.
You have postulated that.
Chris, I don’t need a term that means the universe has always been there.
Instead, I will say “the universe has always been there”
actually not always. 13.5 billion years and counting
If interested why are NATO countries throwing depleted projectiles around?
Fun to deplete DNA.