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Here Comes The Logic (why God Does Not Exist),

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Posted by Alexander on October 2, 2001 23:33:28 UTC

According to the above link, Mohammed wrote:

There are only three ways of how life came to be:

a. Life either is created, or made, or caused by nothing at all (i.e. it came out of nothing.


b. Life is the creator of itself.


c. Life has a creator, cause, or maker, outside itself.

And you mean the same logic for god, right?

Let's go step by step with the life first.

a. Life is caused by chemical reactions (a few organic molecules and many inorganic molecules interact in a few steps, and the result of interaction is twice (or more) as many of the SAME organic molecules (or very similar organic molecules) plus many DIFFERENT inorganic molecules. This is one of basic features the life also have: self-replication. During reactions energy is taken from inorganic molecules to build more organic molecules (plus plenty of waste in form of lower energy inorganic molecules, like H2O and CO2). This is also one of features life also have: exchange by chemicals and energy with environment.

It is known experimentally that clays can catalyse synthesis of large organic molecules (RNA, short protein chains, etc) from small organic molecules (sugars, lipids, amino-bases, etc) plus energy (light, sparks, heat, energy-rich inorganic molecules like phosphates, etc.). So, if you place small organic stuff into water and place various kinds of soil in it, and subject it to sparks, heat, etc - you get molecules and structures potentially capable of self-replication - PRIMITIVE LIFE. Question: WHO made it? Answer: chemistry.

So, indeed life DOES have the creator in some sense - CHEMICAL REACTIONS. And because chemistry is just interaction of small electric charges (protons and electrons) then you may say that the creator of chemistry is QUANTUM MECHANICS, and the creator of quantum mechanics is MATHEMATICS. Please, feel free to label them "gods", or "angels", or "devils", or "sciences", or "dark forces", or whatever you like. Then you do not have to give up your faith in gods: CHEMISTRY-G_D is the one who created life. Buy chemistry Bible (textbook) to learn how G_D works in his den to put small molecules together to make big molecules which we call life. Learn Pauli principle, least action principle (which for chemistry results in least potential energy principle) and, Heizenberg uncertanty principle and inverse square law for electric force between charges. Call these mathematical principles "sub-gods" (or sub-angels, etc).

Let us now prove absence of God. First, we have to know, WHAT we are talking about - what is god. Bible says that god looks like a man and acts like a man. Therefore, he is a man. Therefore, he can NOT have powers beyond man's abilities. Therefore, he can NOT create Earth or universe. Therefore, such man NEVER existed. Therefore, God as he describes himself in the Bible did not exist and can not exist.

So, we proven that Bible (written by God) is wrong here - in the description of god. Deviations from biblical god are HUMAN ABERRATIONS of original God's word and thus DO NOD DESCRIBE god. They are just human fantasy.

Therefore, there is NO GOD, and if someone claims the contrary, it is his pure fantasy.

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