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Old 07-29-2011, 04:34 PM   #33
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Originally Posted by 2000_328CI View Post
I think the simplest (and therefore more profound) explanation I have heard deals with the probabilities. Is it really easier to believe that the big bang (probabilities of which have been calculated as infinitesimal) occurred as described in children's books or that something somewhere somehow was involved in the establishment of what we have today?
Since when does "ease of underrstanding/believability" become the basis of truth? (I know I'm oversimplifying your point, but I'm at work so I'm abeviating my thoughts for the sake of time, lol.) I apreciate you using odds as the cornerstone of your argument, but IMO the "odds" of something like the existence of a god cannot be measured. There's a pen on my desk... what are the odds that I purposely throw it across the room right now? It's imesurable because it's not mathmatical... it's emotional; based on will, not occurences or motions set forth. See what I'm getting at?

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