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Danny  
November 17, 2008 5:24pm
 
SK, I have one thing to say to you in regards to where things came from:

Matter can neither be created, nor destroyed. That's basic science.

So, that manes that every basic particle has always existed and always will, as base particles.

I have a question for you, SK. Do you mean to tell me that in the vast universe we live in, that Terra Firma is the only planet with "intelligent" life?

Probability states that there are millions of other planets at least that have advanced, intelligent civilizations on them.

So, therefore, that little bit about Human development and place in the animal kingdom on this planet being the logic that leads you to believe in god, then it's pretty flawed. I mean, Say we were to make contact with an extraterrestrial species in your lifetime? What could you base your belief in god in, since that species would clearly be more advanced than ours?

The only things I say "I don't Wanna hear X" about are things I've already addressed. That has nothing to do with zealousness, and everything to do with not wanting to cover something more than once in this debate.
     
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