- Feb 6, 2002
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How was the universe really created?I really hope someone picks up this reference.
There's a lot of evidence supporting the big bang. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cosmic_microwave_background_radiationZeonix said:Or the feeling that something just isn't right. Or the feeling that there is something we should be doing other than working for our entire lives.
I'm not going with the Big Bang because it sounds too ridiculous. We know very little about our solar system and even less about our universe so, to me, saying that something went boom and thus the universe was created sounds weird.
I was totally about to do that...RavenTrunks said:Who created the universe? it was all made theoredically by this man...
The Big Bang theory FTW!
We unlike skin cells have brains capable of intelligent life. We can create things that of which skin cells can't. You don't see skin cells building space ships trying to venture outside of the "human body"DragonDude said:http://www.andrewsmcmeel.com/godsdebris/ (yes it's free to download, yes it's legal)
This book will really make you think... and to be honest, makes much more sense than any one religion does to me.
"Your skin cells are not aware that they are part of a human being. Skins cells are not equipped for that knowledge. They are equipped to do what they do and nothing more. Likewise, if we humans - and all the plants and animals and dirt and rocks - were components of God, would we have the capacity to know it?"