Wow, and there it was. Just as I predicted in my last post. You assert (in your opinion) the ridiculousness of an uncaused cause, then directly follow it by invoking an uncaused cause. Not only are you totally lacking any sort of science education (this is the part where you people brag about having MD's, PhD's, four years of medical training, whatever) but you are unable to grasp the complete incoherence and inconsistencies of your own position.<quoted text>
Well, that is what science actually claims. Ever read Stephen Hawking? Yeah, spontaneous generation. Nothing took nothing and then caused everything.
I know it's ridiculous, but that's what the pointy heads tell us we must believe, right after they deny the logical necessity of a primary cause. Hell, even Plato deduced an uncaused first cause, and I don't think he could be described as religious.
All you understand about science is that you are against it.