C4L wrote: ↑
4 months ago
who invented/cretead (((god)))?
God is the ultimate creator, he wasn't created, because if he was he wouldn't be God nor the creator.
He exists out of our time dimension and our logic and laws don't apply to him as he was the one to create them. He has always existed and will always exist. That may be hard to comprehend, but that's because our brains and knowledge are very limited and we can't understand everything.
Still that makes much more sense than a heated ball that existed out of nowhere and suddenly exploded for no reason and then an almost a limitless universe came into existence.
A planet came into existence in perfect, flawless conditions, which magically allowed a cell called LUCA to come out of nowhere, then it's genetics magically appeared and then mutations (Which are extremely rare and 99.99% of cases they're really harmful), started happening without any fails, adding new information, magically, out of nowhere, allowing a weird creature to come into existence and then this creature kept mutating until there was two sexes, male and female, completely perfect for each others to mate and have more creatures, not only for a species or two, but for billions of species, all driven by a secret instinct to survive (no one knows why, but they want to survive), and then the great and beautiful life in nature you see today is a result of this wonderful experience that has never happened again and no cell managed to even exist after our heroic LUCA even though Earth is claimed to be "billions of years old", but it looks like opportunity knocks ones or something.
You seriously want me to believe this shit because God is "too illogical" ? That sounds like a tale from an anime or something.
And i have a question too, who created the ball that exploded and how the cell managed to exist and survive ?
You might tell me that if i'm wondering this, then why i don't wonder the same about God ? Because as i said before, God exists outside of our time dimension, logic and laws, but the big bang and evolution happened within them, so the two are not the same.