I thought many scientists have to repeat the same results in order for it to be considered science?
Per usual, you do not understand what science is. If the experiment followed the scientific method, it is science.
Is it conclusive? No. Do we put 100% stock in this experiment? No. Should we be excited? Sure, why not. Should other scientists try to replicate the results? Yes, absolutely.
But it is still science.
Seriously skeptic, you should probably stfu about science. You know a few key words, but overall, it mainly flies over your head because of jesusyou completely miss it.
Also you should know the difference between science and journalism. Often times the journalist overstates or misunderstands the science. But still, you should probably stfu about science.
Plus the first line says the metabolism has arisen spontaneously. if this is true, then it's obvious God can exist spontaneously with no cause.
How so? It looks like apples and oranges to me. Metabolism is a set of chemical reactions that take place in time-space between elements of already existing matter. God is... none of that. Not physical, so no chemical reactions and not matter. Supposedly exists outside time and space, whatever that means, so not that. And according to y'all, god existed before matter, so it could not have arisen out of prior existing material. So, please, connect the dots. How do you get from chemical reactions to a supernatural, disembodied personality with infinite power?
It sounds like you dashed off a post before thinking about it.
This just reaffirms my faith in God.
Truly, I expect every outcome to do that.
The problem with that is, it means your brain is broken. If I had a machine that sorted good eggs and bad eggs, but every egg was sorted into the good egg pile, it would tell me that the machine comes to the same conclusion no matter what and thus, is not functional. You are the machine. No data, no input would indicate to you that there is no god. You also come to the same conclusion regardless of the data, thus your mental capacity, with regards to god, is not functional.