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#3316 - kuroda (01/02/2013) [-]
The answer of saying God created this or that was merely man's early and primitive attempts to explain the world around us that we did not have the technology, nor insight to explain.
But with our current technological state, 99.9% of things that were once said to be work of "God" are now disproved, and given a legitimate explanation.

To anyone out there who really things there is a god, I would like to say this:
Grow up, and realize that that sensation and partnership you feel in your mind or "soul" that you like to call God, is actually just a stimulation of a specific lobe of your brain. It's just a goddamn chemical imbalance that you feel from the stimulation you induced by your silly rituals.
User avatar #3355 to #3316 - anonymoose ONLINE (01/02/2013) [-]
"God" is still a viable excuse for the 0.1% [using your ridiculous statistic] of things we don't know. We have disproved the easy but the more complicated things need a more complex answer.
User avatar #3318 to #3316 - themastertroller (01/02/2013) [-]
some people have their religion right next to their life, if it were that easy to pacify them, it would have happened
User avatar #3323 to #3318 - kuroda (01/02/2013) [-]
Yep. I think that the only truly beneficial thing that comes out of widespread practice of religion is that it gives a mass group of people similar sets of morals and beliefs, allowing them to think more centrally. The only problem with this, is that not as many people are going to be thinking out of the box for troubling issues that decide the fate of the group itself.
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