can i ask you why you do not believe n god.
Sure. The answer to your question is the one you already know. Ask yourself this;
* Would you ask a Hindu why they don't think the Christian god God exists?
* Would you ask a Christian why they don't think the Hindu pantheon exists?
For the most part, you already know how the Hindu and the Christian would answer. My answer would likely be the same.
I promise i wont be mean or anything i just was wondering because i went to the site you have posted on your blog and well i had a anwser that would lead to god for every one of them. but forget that part was just wondering why you don't. i mean what is your strongest opinion. I like to have both sides opinions if your wondering why i care.
Strongest opinion? That depends entirely on the deity. As there are tens of thousands of potential gods, to be honest nearly all of them do not interest me.
Of the deities that do have some interest to me, some are impossible. Others are possible, however unlikely. The most possible deity so far is the uninvolved and silent one of the deists. While that deity does not have any positive evidence for it, it also does not contradict reality. Unfortunately for it, though, it is also irrelevant and entirely unidentifiable as well as uninvolved. In short; it acts exactly the same as no deity at all.
If you mean the Christian deity as it is commonly described, that one is in the impossible category. Why? Because it is often described as all good (omnibenevolent), all powerful (omnipotent), and all knowing (omniscient). As these characteristics contradict reality, that deity is not possible;
The Riddle of Epicurus:
The Problem of Evil: http://www.philosophyofreligion.info/arguments-for-atheism/the-problem-of-evil
Any deity that is limited in one of those three characteristics, though, is possible. So, if the Christian deity is not all knowing or all good or all powerful, then it is possible however unlikely.