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Posted by Motumos on July 4, 2001 06:40:36 UTC

[b]"I've heard that argument before, and it holds about as much water as a sieve. If you light a match, the energy that was once in that match will never recolect to form a match again. The potential energy in the head would be flying out into space at the speed of light, and could never be recollected again. Where is the life after death for a match? When we die, and our brains decompose, the energy that once was in them will never regroup. The energy still exists, sure, in the bellies of maggots and slugs. Never again will it resemble anything like a human brain."[/b]

Listen to yourself and then think if you make any sense at all. If you light a match, of course it won't be a match anymore. If a human brain is decomposed, of course it won't be a brain anymore. It will be something else, thus the theory "Energy cannot be destroyed only changes form". This is a theory I made up, This theory is believed by Scientist all over the world, including Albert Einstein.

Also, you seem to be giving only physical examples, and if you didn't know, not all energy is in a physical form.

So you say you don't believe in GOD because everything had to have been created in order to exist. Well, where did the Big Bang come from? Was it created by some force of nature?
If There was nothing in the physical universe in the beginning except complete symmetry, nothing but pure energy, where then did that energy come from? was it there at the begginning, or did something else make that? And then what made that, and so forth, and so forth?

So you see, Even you or anyone else cannot say everything made itself and then at the same time be created. You contradict yourself.

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