I'm curious as to what sort of event or discovery would be enough to "prove" the existence of a god to you?Would it be hearing the god's voice in your head? Would it be an event predicted in some…Continue
We have a group dedicated to intelligent figures in our plight to understand the world&our existence.We know of more, such as Dan Dennett,Christopher Hitchens,Sam Harris (pt of the original 4 Horsemen.) Space to add links, articles & the likeSee More
For all of you who love astrophysicist Dr. Tyson. I, personally, think that Neil's talks are like stand-up comedy. Only better. He is the Carl Sagan of our generation. A true pioneer of science.See More
This is group dedicated to all of those who enjoy the books and documentaries of professor Dawkins. Richard Dawkins is one of the world's most widely publicized atheists. He is a prominent critic of religion, creationism and pseudoscience.See More
"This could easily be done by an extraterrestrial technology that has evolved eons ahead of our own. Who was it that said that a miracle by the bible's standards would be indistinguishable from an extraterrestrial technology?
"Ok, there have been some pretty creative responses, but I'm going to change the question a little bit now. What would be the LEAST amount of proof that would be required for you to start entertaining the idea that there is a supernatural…"
"For being the supposed source and creator of all things, including the concept of love, God doesn't live up to HUMAN standards. There isn't a parent on Earth that would condemn their child to ETERNAL suffering in Hell for disobeying them.…"
"DMT is orders of magnitude different in its effect from opium. I wouldn't even compare the two. The only way I could imagine drilling a hole working out in that way is that if DMT is released, after all it is part of the NDE."
"That would need some doing. Something that only this deity could do - like forming another moon in front of our eyes and have it circle around our planet. If it is that kind dude they speak about in Paul then I would accept it if he came down and…"