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No God(s) Were Ever Needed. Science Always Gave Explanation.

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Posted by Alexander on April 2, 2001 18:05:38 UTC

It was always like this forum.

5 thousand years ago theists (who did not know how things work) said that gods are everywhere. (none were found then).

4 thousand years ago: gods are almost everywhere! (none found then).

3 thousand years ago: gods are somewhere! (non found then)

2 thousand years ago. Ok, at least 1 god is everywhere (none found then)

1 thousand years ago. At least 1 god might be somewhere (none found still despite numerous attempts)

So, today theists say: there may be a small chance that OUTSIDE of any observable world there MAY be at least 1 non-observable and non-provable god. (non-foundable by the very definition).

At the same time science vastly expanded our knowledge about how things work. Interesting, that any "dark" or "white" spot or "matter" where ancient or less ancient theists put gods (Ra, Zeus, rain, wind, fertility gods, etc.) was steadily and inevitably explained by science.



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