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Also, How Can You Say GOD Isn't Needed? How Could You Know That?

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Posted by Motumos on July 4, 2001 06:48:28 UTC

You say GOD isn't needed and the Universe would be fine? Thats like saying the earth doesn't need water or the Sun, and the Earth would be fine. It's not until you know what water and what the Sun contributes to the existence of life on earth that you realise that they are needed.

Mario, you haven't shown or described anything that would show that there is no GOD. Even Science at one time tried to show that Atomic weapons were impossible, and that airplanes were impossible to fly. Science once said the Earth was flat. Why would anyone try to say Science has all the answers, when many times even Science is wrong. Science later showed the opposite of what it taught, and one day Science will prove the existence of GOD in a way that even the most skeptic, and uneducated in such a field would understand. So far, the only people I hear trying to say Energy can be destroyed are obviously uneducated, and obviously don't even know that this theory has been proven. Any educated Scientist knows this, so it's obvious Mario doesn't know what he's talking about.

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