Someone asked me today if I believe in God or not?
I did not answer as the person expected!
I questioned back, what God, which one?
The answer to my questions were…
"There is only one, just one God, Do you believe?" 
What if I don’t? I replayed…
“You must believe in something!”
 I do believe in a big bang…
I do believe in evolution…
I do believe en life…
And I know we will die!
“Thousand Gods one sky!”

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Comment by jc arias on October 2, 2013 at 5:51am

Thank you so much to all of you who had responded to this post.

I am very please to see interaction about this topic and I would love to read more about it. thank you Mr. Unseen for the graphic, very nice ! And thank you, to all the comments.

Comment by jc arias on October 2, 2013 at 6:02am

Thank you all for your comments.

As well, as some of you, I think, I know, and I understand... These 3 actions lead me to say "I do believe," since I think, I know and I understand... 

Comment by jc arias on October 2, 2013 at 6:05am

now about the big bang... It may be a recycle of the universe, since we don't know for sure what was before the big bang... we may be going to the next one again.

Comment by Unseen on October 2, 2013 at 9:45am

I think a cosmologist would tell you that this universe is a one-way ride to absolute entropy. There will be no Big Crunch with gravity bringing it all back to a singularity again. There may be another universe. There probably are many other universes given what we are coming to understand about this one. However, don't expect a note in a bottle from some other universe. Whatever else there is, it is almost certainly in the area we might cal The Absolute Unknowable.

Comment by James Cox on October 2, 2013 at 6:47pm

With the number of lost socks that never return, it could be that that other universe is just doing a very poor job of communicating. Someone, with nothing else better to do, SETI maybe, could try collecting data concerning the absence or transport of socks via the well known human device called 'dryer'. That other universe, where 'socks' are transposed/transmuted into something more valuable, could be encoding data via the date, time, location, spin rate, etc of the 'dryer'. We might be missing a whole encyclopedia of details. A possible encoded data string could be 'more softener', which equates to 'Sandy takes Manhatten', or 'Katrina does terraforming'. 'Less holes in socks please', could equate to 'Republican stall causes cancer'. 

Comment by ɐuɐz ǝllǝıuɐp on October 2, 2013 at 7:12pm

Exactly what is observed to derive the Big Bang theory is only a perception , a viewpoint of the universe within the multiverse. Now here is some food for thought about the person who first brought out the big bang theory which very much supports a theistic approach. Georges Lemaitre, a ..................Catholic priest lol...

My opinion of supporting a theory of a universe recycling itself like everything in nature does, does not have a mystery factor easy for theists to toss in "God did it".. ^_^

Comment by ɐuɐz ǝllǝıuɐp on October 2, 2013 at 7:15pm

Comment by Unseen on October 2, 2013 at 9:14pm

My opinion of supporting a theory of a universe recycling itself like everything in nature does, does not have a mystery factor easy for theists to toss in "God did it".. ^_^

Yeah, now if only your opinion were correct. Truth isn't arrived at by diligently avoiding assertions that theists can misconstrue. Also, it doesn't follow that a theory propounded by a theist is ipso facto wrong. Other Christians who made great contributions to science include Bacon, Copernicus, and Mendel.

Comment by James Cox on October 6, 2013 at 6:02pm

@ Arch:

Actually this idea goes back to my science club in HS about 1972. By then Star Trek had caused no end to damage in our young minds. I had not noticed the phantom 'hangers'. My present significant and I seem to always be in need of atleast one more cloths hanger, I expect that this is because she is always looking for new/different cloths, while I hardly give 'cloths' a second thought. If cloths are 'orphaned out', that next piece does not always have a matching hanger. While this conversation would be given a very long and tedious attention for details if entertained with my sigificant, I think, since no evidence for the 'dryer as a trans-deminsional transport device' has survived the 'palm-plant test', we should just enter it into the near infinite hole of 'unknowns', to wait for atleast one important datum.

I might suggest that some type of tracking devise could be devised which is affixed to a randon sample of socks. Sadly if a random sock actually drops into the deep unknown, this would only yield a hole in the data. The assumed 'translation' of the sock into another form, with it's mass preserved, might not allow a 1:1 determination of its return. Sadly if the earth is the only origin/detination this might again yield a deep weirdness for the needed data set. Now could we build a tracking device that would survive a total mass translation?

See 'making sense out on non-sense', might be 'fun', but sooner or latter, we need to stop blowing bubbles out our.... well you know...;p)  

Comment by jc arias on October 6, 2013 at 7:06pm

James... I read, and read, and read hummm what are we talking about?  :) thank you for reading this post and your input, thank you very much!


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