"I do not think the big bang 'started everything'. I only used it as an example because some people believe that it did.
In my paper I apply the proper mathematics in considering the possibility of an infinite series. Infinity is a highly…"
"So basically your objection is to the existence of Absolute phenomena, because there always exists a naturalistic explanation, right?
And consequently, an infinite regress is required - otherwise we would have an Absolute phenomenon that started…"
"How Is The G Proof Different from Related Arguments?G Theory is a formal mathematical theory which fully expresses and proves variations of the Cosmological Argument. These proofs collectively are called The G Proof.Generally, a Cosmological…"
"@Dave: as I just stated,
We all exist collectively in the mind, but not exclusively in any single mind. And as I stated originally, by "the mind" I include sensory perceptions as well as thoughts and imaginary figments."
"This isn't about me or my own mind in particular. I am talking about the entire category of Mind, including every entity which has mental/sensory/conscious experiences of any kind. So certainly, the mind existed before the human race, at which…"
""simply with mathematics" Well, the mathematics has to be applied in some manner. Just as biologists can apply my formula to obtain the number of possible ancestors, we can apply the mathematics of causation to real-world…"
"Here is ANOTHER dictionary definition of "miracle":
an extremely outstanding or unusual event, thing, or accomplishment.
This kind of miracle is clearly possible.
This is rhetorical nonsense, so I'm ignoring it. Perhaps you would like…"
"Your wife exists if and only if your use of the term "my wife" is a proper designation.
I can prove mathematically that you have at most 2^(n+2) nth-great grandparents, and at least 2 exist (the least case is where every generation is…"
"You assert that randomness exists in quantum mechanics, but your only "evidence" supporting this claim is a lack of evidence for non-randomness. I suspect that this so-called "randomness" exists only in your…"
"You're joking, right? This isn't even an argument! It's just a response to Unseen's rejection to the definition of "omnipotent". The actual argument, as well as the formal definition of omnipotent, is explained in the…"
"From the commonly understood Latin etymology, omnipotent translates directly as "all powerful". So what does it mean to be "powerful" or to have "power"?Obviously the power to do the impossible does not exist.…"
"Uhuh, I get it: so either everything is determined, or a supernatural entity called "randomness" determines everything.
Imagine for a moment that you live in a small remote tribe, with no concept of physics as we know it in our…"
"The Supernatural of our age has found itself a new name: randomness.
Why should I believe in randomness? You call it "the simplest explanation" but it isn't even an explanation at all!
I'm not holding my breath, but I'm…"