Yet through the magic of the maths and physics, the conclusion can be reached that there is NO God.
Is there any physical evidence to evidence your god? Is there any set of physical facts that can only require a god to be explained? Is there any reason other than personal emotion to suggest that such a thing can exist?
You are not allowed to hide your god unless it doesnâ€™t exist. You are not allowed to hide the evidence of your god in some supernatural cave of ignorance.
So where is your god? Show me. Have it come around for a nice glass of Chardonnay.
Show me some handiwork in this universe that can only come from your god.
Give me any physical evidence of this extraordinary claim there is your god.
Iâ€™ll give you a break, Thug. I know itâ€™s an unreasonable demand because we both know it cannot be done.
With the logic of the math and the physics the conclusion *can* be reached that there is no god just like there is no pink polka doted unicorn sitting on the edge of your couch. Ignore her. Sheâ€™s harmless.
Not a great argument. For starters, if not for the Crusades, Europe would probably have been overrun by Islam. Then there is the fact that atheist (read: Communist) regimes killed far, far more people in just one century that all the Christian wars in history put together.
Oh Dear Muslima, do you really think the horrors of a few here and there excuses the blood, pain, and suffering perpetrated by your creed for more then a millennium?
Freedom within our society includes the freedom to be a twat, but not where you are being such a twat that we have collectively decided that you would harm others by behaving that way. Fair enough for me.
On this side of the pond we feel pretty much the same way but extend our First Amendment rights to the point just short of causing actual physical harm. We do not believe that speech is harmful unless it is directed to incite immediate violence, say, provoking the crowd to stream out of the meeting to go kill, or calculated to cause an obvious harm like screaming â€œfireâ€ in a crowded theater.
The overriding belief here is that speech, no matter how caustic, is better free and open so the rest of society can react, positively or negatively, to the ideas expressed without any directing interference from government. We do not see governmentâ€™s role, and vociferously reject the idea that government should have any role, in regulating the marketplace of ideas no matter how ugly an idea may be. Government cannot be allowed to decide which ideas are allowed/disallowed to be expressed. That decision is for us as individuals and thus as a society.