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Re: My View on the Origin of the Universe
« Reply #29 on: August 27, 2008, 03:13:21 AM »
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An uncaused cause is a must (God)

Why?
Why is it a must?
You're just making that up, because you can't yet see any other cause.

I agree, that something, 'God' .. whatever you would call it, is a possibility.
But your 'proof' is not proof! :|

If the universe can NOT be of uncaused origin, then why MUST your God be?
You cannot justify that, as you cannot prove it, and according to your much loved Cause & Effect principle, you would be wrong to assume an uncaused God.
But you will try and justify that by saying that God does not conform with such laws .. :-\
It is not a must be itself, it is a must because an eternal universe is impossible (by proof) not assertions


An eternal universe has been disproven?
As far as i was aware physicists had 3 models on the universe, and only one of them was a non-eternal universe,
where's this proof from? :)
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Re: My View on the Origin of the Universe
« Reply #30 on: August 27, 2008, 06:42:56 AM »
An eternal universe has been disproven?
As far as i was aware physicists had 3 models on the universe, and only one of them was a non-eternal universe,
where's this proof from? :)
This was before my proof  ;)

An eternal universe is contradicting with itself
Read again the proof?