The universe has greater and greater laws that we can't even imagine or explain, there is a whole lot of things in the world that we dont understand so we have to go on and do best with the knowledge we have.That's part of the Cycle of Life and it only goes one direction. It's the laws of nature and no religion or any other sprituality can change that. Anyways it's all about the one quote that explains it all "One is All and All is One" Everything is Energy and Reality and Matter and more elements from the periodic table and beyond.
Please define laws.
I agree that we should go with what we know. Also, strive to increase what we know.
Define "One". Define "All." The phrase sounds nice but without definitions it's meaningles. If I had to take my understanding of the terms that I'd say that no, a photon and the universe are not one.
From my point of view God Exist because he is the universe and it could be proven through mathematics and physics and science.....
Yeah, except that mathematics and science both state that they haven't, following the same line of reasoning that have made them valid disciplines.
He did not create it but always were and was always.....The universe. The universe always existed and had no beginning and end point which bring us to existance through evolution and TIME. Everything must die even stars and galaxies themselves and there must be no continuation of its own like afterlife. We die in order to recreate. We are just particles and atoms of the universe.
Which is not what science says. Last I checked th contracting universe was still a possibility. Also, big bang. So sciences disagrees with your attribution of characteristics to god and the universe (or itself, for that matter). Also, science has this neat thing called entropy which states that it doesn't really matter to us if the universe is eternal or not.
Also, we do not die "in order to" anything. We just die and bacteria and fungi eat us. There is no intent or sense there. The rock does not fall in order to hit the ground. It just falls, than hits the ground.
Galaxies and stars cannot die except in a metaphorical sense. I wouldn't nitpick usually, but if you want to be scientific, be scientific. Oh, and no, the circle of life (even metaphorically) will not go on forever. Stars will run out of hydrogen. Mass will be concentrated in black holes. Background energy will be uniform, making any kind of life impossible. We would call it static if it wouldn't continue to stretch - or collapse back. That's not what I say. That's what the science you claim to advocate says.
Evidence 1. "We must die in order to recreate"....When a animal or human dies it become nuitrents for plants becuase bacteria feeds off of us and feed the plants or when a star dies it gives off energy in space to recreate a new one.
That's not evidence, that's just a description, even if it is apt, of one aspect of the universe.
Actually, scratch that. Stars are formed by gravitational force out of material available. They also convert it into radiation and higher elements. While energy is conserved, some matter is lost, and some matter is transformed into other matter that can't fuel stars.
Radiation doesn't just condense back into hydrogen.
Matter and radiation alike falling into a massive black star are lost to the circle.
So now, stars will not shine forever.
Evidence 2. "We are just atoms of the universe"...The universe expands and expands and expands and expands and never stops.....
The first statement is a poetic one and evidence of nothing.
The second one is not necessarily condoned by science. Some models suggest it, some don't. You seem to have picked on that suited you.
Evidence 3. "We are not anything special like soul or spirit".....We are just living things like animals and plants fused up with elements of the earth.
We are not living things fused up with anything. We are lumps of matter, and thus contain elements that are also within the earth.
Again, a basic statement, true but useless as evidence.
Evidence 4. "God is and was always the universe" .....Sciectific fact: Energy is neither created or destroyed" and "The Universe has no beginnings"
Neither of those is a fact. The first statement is regarded as a fact but it is merely a human concept that does not necessarily apply under all circumstances. The second is just hogwash. Science doesn't claim to understand the beginning of the universe or the "initial" source of energy, but it clearly states that the universe has not been around forever.
Unless you count the hypothesis that the universe will at some point contract again and blow up again and contract again as fact ... but that's incompatible with one of your earlier statements as well as the rules of the scientific discipline you claim to quote.
Evidence 5. "No religion or spiritualty can change that"....Religion started off when humans just became modern after evolution and dont even know how they got here in the first place.
I strongly suggest you use the same definition of the word "evidence" as everybody else has since Galilei.
Also, I agree. Kindly hold your own religion or spirituality to the same standard.
are you satisfied?
You throw out a few unsubstantiated pieces of opinion, label them as evidence, claim that science supports your view when science itself says differently and frankly your knowledge of science leaves everything to be desired, and your few attempts at argumentation are so fallacious they are hardly noticeable as attempts at argumentation?
Am I satisifed?
I've heard better arguments from Kirk "Duck-Man" Cameron.
Jesus, I joined to hone my skills in debate, but until now I have mostly succeeded in brushing up my sarcasm.