These are not realities on your model. They are abstractions. Second, you didn't define anything you needed to define.
Ah, but the Plank Length is neither a model, nor an abstraction. It is an absolute.
It is define exclusively by three universal constants. (a trinity) It isn't the smallest unit defined by man
, it is the smallest unit definable by physical contingency
, reality. According to the Universe, made manifest in the universal constants.
(There's some atheist woo-factor, right back at ya)
Since the value of the Plank Length is greater than zero, an infinite series of points between A and B cannot
exist in reality. I don't need to define anything, I only need to show that the premise used by Zeno is false. The infinite series of Zeno's Paradox cannot
exist in reality; Paradox Resolved
I'm fascinated by the party spirit here because earlier Azdgari refused to believe that Planks had any substantial to say on these points and now he's not even correcting you.
Azdgari is arguing that mathematics now has tools which can evaluate an infinite series successfully. Paradox Refuted
. Zeno assumed his infinite series was a show-stopper, and it was for a while, but not for centuries now.
Azdgari's argument is stronger than mine because regardless
of the validity of my argument, he's right. Although if my argument holds, we don't even have to fall back to Azdgari's position.
Define god With the Nicene Creed, I believe in one God, the Father Almighty, maker of all things visible and invisible. Strictly speaking, God is the Father (1 Cor 8:6) and with the Father is his Word (John 1:1-4) and Spirit.
Can God make a rock so heavy even He cannot move it?
Can God do something different than what he sees Himself doing in the future?
Can you explain the Problem of Evil?
Strings are a hypothesis, but sure.
and now you are disagreeing with the validity of the string theory as a solution to the split atom.
No, I'm saying it is A
solution to the split atom problem you invented. I cannot confirm nor deny it's validity.
Oh the joy of it.
Trust me, we're enjoying your responses too.
But that wasn't science, it was philosophy.
Oh yes it was. That was why the splitting of the atom was so significant. It had been science for a few centuries at that point. Just because you don't consider it science. Science has asserted so many explanations of the world and continues to replace them one after the other. The way you view it will be different from someone else a hundred years from now, but I believe the exact same view of the Trinity that Athanasius taught 1700 years ago.
Science is a search
for truth, religion is an assertion
of truth. As such the former will grow, adapt and evolve, the latter will not.
Science didn't really care either way, either way we got closer to understanding reality. You understand we test things and use that knowledge to refine our theories, don't you? Why would any scientist come back to Christ if an experiment or theory failed? Why not come back to Islam? Or Judeaism? Or Thorism? Just because Case A is false, doesn't make Case B (or C or D) true.
You are avoiding what I am demanding.
As are you of me.
Where are the books where the contemporaries of Fermi and Einstein are admitting that the previous theory of atomism was wrong, connected the dots with its connection to Christianity and the Enlightenment and admitted they now had no basis to continue the anti-christian revolution. An honest man. And I don't want your opinion about it. I want a book from a professional atheistic scientist.
No such books exist because your theory is crazy-talk. Atomism was suggested around 400 BC, how can it be anti-christian, let alone anti-protestant? It wasn't a scientific theory, it was a philosophical one. The scientists were the ones trying to make an actual scientific
Atomic Theory. They weren't disappointed by the discovery of the electron, proton and neutron, they were excited.
Protestant Christianity. Protestantism has been suppressed. Romanism will twist and mold whatever you want to keep their influence.
Well I guess the RCC did burn a bunch of you guys at the stake. You react to the RCC like Muslims react to the word "crusade".