It is a fact that I do not see our longevity in the cosmos a coincidence. I don't find any of it a coincidence seems more like an extraordinary well thought out plan. Now you can disagree with that but there is not ignorance in thinking that way.
You are still not understanding what I'm saying. Did you read the link to the wiki definition of "Argument from Ignorance?" What you said above *is* the definition!! You do not see any other possible way existence is the way it is, therefore it's god.
Oh, and...WHAT longevity?? our lifespan, even the entire span of existence for our species, is totally insignificant when compared to that of the cosmos. That the universe has existed for billions of years, and we've been around for a paltry few thousands, seems like pretty piss-poor planning to me *shrug*
I could say the same thing about your take on how we became. Just because we don't agree don't make either one of our beliefs ignorant.
Actually, it does. The jury is still out on how we came to be, so my personal take is "I don't know" You claim to know, based on the fact that you can't think of another way it happened.
Why is it so ignorant when things are so perfectly working with such precision. Thousands of other planets but not one can be found like ours.
-are you referring to the "finely tuned universe" thing? If the universe were so finely tuned for life, why we aware of life only on this tiny insignificant speck of dirt out of the entire expanse of the universe?
-in what way are things working so perfectly with such precision? Do you know how many species have gone extinct on this planet? How harsh most environments are? How about that your food hole is the same as your air hole, putting you in jeopardy of choking every time you eat or drink? How about genetic mutations that create untold suffering for children and their parents? Diseases such as cancer, Alzheimer's, diabetes, you name it.
I have my own personal experiences to fall back on. Every trial that God's spirit has seen me through with strength, wisdom and love.
This is perhaps one of the most offensive things theists say IMHO. You are totally cheapening your own personal strength/wisdom/capacity for love by assigning it to your imaginary deity instead of taking credit for your own accomplishments. Every human has a great capacity for fortitude and inner strength, no gods required. The fact that you choose to attribute your won accomplishments to your superstition...well, sorry but more fool you.
Do you think it's a coincidence boots? I thought y'all use laws of physics to explain it all. Laws y'all can't even agree on. Yea I heard last week scientist are changing the speed of light to match their string theory. Go figure. There is such little absolute knowledge about our creation/the universe we are all ignorant and left to our imaginations, instinct and intellect.
I'm not sure I'd categorize it as "coincidence," but I do not believe in an overlying intelligent entity that directed/directs everything. As far as the speed of light, this is the first I've heard of that, I'll look into that claim. Finally, if you honestly believe we are all ignorant, why are you taking such issue with my pointing out your Argument from Ignorance (Please note the capitols--and READ ABOUT THE LOGICAL FALLACY)?