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User avatar #108 - iliekcereal (05/17/2012) [-]
Who the hell cares about religion? I am an Agnostic because I can understand both sides. While I personally kind of don't really think there is a God, I think that as a simple human being, there is no possible way for me to know if God does or doesn't exist. For a while, I had been moving more and more towards atheism. However, many scientists believe that the universe was created spontaneously; that the matter came from nowhere. Well, that sounds a lot like creationism, doesn't it? Personally, I believe that if there is a God, he could honestly care less about how we live our live, because if you think about it, why would He care? What difference would it make to him? If he truly created the universe and is more powerful than anything, why would he care what us humans do? But then again, as a human, I don't believe I could possibly come to understand what happens after death until I reach that point.
#227 to #108 - meanmrhyde (05/17/2012) [-]
before the big bang, the universe was a singularity, meaning that it had infinite temperature, curvature, etc. that means that time was curled up into a single point and acted like a spacial dimension. therefore, there was no such thing as time, at least not as we understand it today. there was nothing before the big bang (in this universe) because there was no time before the big bang.
User avatar #245 to #227 - iliekcereal (05/17/2012) [-]
dat shyt cray
User avatar #137 to #108 - chiefrunnyjeans (05/17/2012) [-]
So you only drink Dr.Pepper?
User avatar #243 to #137 - iliekcereal (05/17/2012) [-]
yes
#126 to #108 - doggstar (05/17/2012) [-]
well the big bang may have come right after what scientists believe was an event called the big crunch. the big crunch is supposedly at the center of the universe where a gravitational pull is sucking everything back into it condensing it to a size of a molecule or less with a density that is beyond any conceivable estimates till such time the heat and pressure causes it to explode once more.. think of it as a repeating implosion. the matter is spreading out then being sucked back into the point of detonation thus causing the universe to collapse again.
User avatar #242 to #126 - iliekcereal (05/17/2012) [-]
Too much ************ for me right now
#117 to #108 - heyimathespian (05/17/2012) [-]
Then you're agnostic atheist. Some people divide it that way, where if they're almost atheist but haven't decided then they're agnostic atheist. On the other hand, agnostic theists think there may be or God, or have decided there is one, but not one described by any religion. And that's more what I am. But it's a pretty pointless division, considering agnostics have little say in religious wars anyways; why divide us further?
User avatar #119 to #117 - iliekcereal (05/17/2012) [-]
Exactly. And since I believe it's about a 50/50 chance that there is or isn't a God, I just consider my self an Agnostic. There's honestly no point in adding anything to that.
#125 to #119 - heyimathespian (05/17/2012) [-]
Yeah, I just found out there was even a further devision recently. They asked what I was, I said agnostic, and they asked "agnostic what?" and I was like, "What, there's more? Whyyyy?" Personally, I just believe everyone should hush a little about religion. Part of the reason I haven't taken more time to figure it out is because of how rude and patronizing the extremists on either side can be, because I would hate to be associated with their negativity.
User avatar #241 to #125 - iliekcereal (05/17/2012) [-]
My thoughts exactly
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