# Thread: The existance of God, and time.

1. fuck this, thats it im done with this thread. some people are just to stubborn that when u display facts in front of them they have to disagree with you, like 1+1=2 and they would throw it so far off they would be thinking 1+1=32

details providing a theory that God exists + stubborn person = stubborn person that believes in something that he can hold on to instead of mommy

facts disproving God + stubborn person = stubborn person who gets irritated cuz some thing are just to complicated for their little minds

@empire: your a fucking idiot, go die

2. I think you should rephrase yourself from now on and not try and over complicate your sentences. They're becoming incoherent and provide barely any substance to your argument.

3. Originally Posted by cruizrisner
fuck this, thats it im done with this thread. some people are just to stubborn that when u display facts in front of them they have to disagree with you, like 1+1=2 and they would throw it so far off they would be thinking 1+1=32

details providing a theory that God exists + stubborn person = stubborn person that believes in something that he can hold on to instead of mommy

facts disproving God + stubborn person = stubborn person who gets irritated cuz some thing are just to complicated for their little minds

@empire: your a fucking idiot, go die

Go talk to that pastor instead of being a lil bitch. God, its like I'm fucking captain obvious these days.

LOL doc, nice.

4. Originally Posted by Kave45
forget the pieces of the watch in a bag its just the probability its just that small of a probability and if theres no numbers between the two then it just means that theres no way that it was just chance
If just 1 out of a billion planets had life, there would still be millions of planets that do contain life.

5. Originally Posted by Superpunt
If just 1 out of a billion planets had life, there would still be millions of planets that do contain life.
Well if we take 10^21 as the number of suns in the universe, put a conservative number of planets around each (three on each sun), and only 1/10^9 had life at one point in their existence, there would have been 3 trillion instances of life in the universe.

6. Originally Posted by cruizrisner
wow is this your sad attempt to turn this around? think what you want man but im not scared of being proven wrong because i wont be proven wrong, u cant prove me wrong, ive proven that you cant prove me wrong. your posts are becoming pointless, just insulting me rather then proving or even making a real debate.
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LMFAO, defence mechanism on the go.

1) question, proving defence mechanism launched to protect ego.

4) (In green). Self assurance, and VERY defencive talk

5) Redirecting the insult to the attacker

7. Originally Posted by Paroxysm
My parents created me, via sexual reproduction.
Sexual reproduction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Unless you support the alternative stork theory. /
\FP

I meant the first human being !!!

8. Originally Posted by Paroxysm
Well if we take 10^21 as the number of suns in the universe, put a conservative number of planets around each (three on each sun), and only 1/10^9 had life at one point in their existence, there would have been 3 trillion instances of life in the universe.
Exactly. That's why I think it's very likely that there are other planets with some form of life on it.
The closest planet with life on it will probly be to far to reach in this life tho.

9. the existence of life elsewhere is incredibly likely. But I didn't follow the conversation that got it to this point......

10. Originally Posted by FLAMESABER
\FP

I meant the first human being !!!
Maybe you should have said that, the first human being is a difficult thing to define but here's a brief history
Homo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Human - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

11. Originally Posted by Paroxysm
Maybe you should have said that, the first human being is a difficult thing to define but here's a brief history
Homo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Human - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Homo Habilis does indeed look human.

12. Originally Posted by Superpunt
The Homo Habilis does indeed look human.
uh................................................ .............

not rly lol.(in the wiki pic)

13. Originally Posted by Paroxysm
Maybe you should have said that, the first human being is a difficult thing to define but here's a brief history
Homo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Human - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The first human being is a difficult thing to define
Why proxy ??? When every single thing can be answered by science ??? As I said before there theories prove no shit !!!

And still you say there are flaws in our design and still you say there are more intelligent beings coming in the future. We are the most intelligent beings created by Almighty God !!!

@Superpunt: You look like them, we don't ... lol

14. Originally Posted by FLAMESABER
Why proxy ??? When every single thing can be answered by science ??? As I said before there theories prove no shit !!!