Proof there is no god.

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#279
Jul 16, 2012
 
EVE wrote:
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Yeah -- and that hopeless idiot Uneducated Thwat. Birds of a feather and all -- specifically, chess-playing pigeons. ;)
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Jul 16, 2012
 

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This woman who now calls herself "haven't forgotten," used to call herself "lynette," which might be her real name for all I know. She gets stuck in a groove and will not budge. She gets worked up about other posters' language (or "vulgarity"), but pretty much drives everybody she pesters into finally losing it. Then she cries to topix about the "abusive poster." This has been her modus operandi from day one. I suspect she is an obsessive/compulsive with some kind of "school marm" complex. Every time she seems to be making any kind of coherent point, she veers off the cliff into unintelligible, dense, unbroken paragraphs of unanswerable bullsh!t. When the person finally has enough and suggests that she F off, she calls foul.
No answer will satisfy her. She is like the crazy blonde with the flower in her hair in that way (forgot her name). I think she might actually believe that she is encouraging dialogue when she is, in fact, doing quite the opposite. She is a contentious bore and is likely the type that, in real life, people slowly back away from in the grocery store, to the nearest exit.
Believe me when I tell you that I have tried to dialogue with this person on numerous occasions to no avail. She calls herself a "feminist." I call her a pest.
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#284
Jul 17, 2012
 
Have you ever read Neil Gaiman? He often writes as you do about the gods. He creates these clever word games that makes the people in his stories believe in whatever supernatural force is facing them. Nice for fiction not so good for reality. For fiction we smile and say, yes Sebastion believe in the emerald princess and Falcor will take you for a flight around the city! Play that awesome soundtrack!! In real life people use word games like that and use them as an excuse to kill on a vast scale. For the thousandth time we need not concern ourselves in disproving silly myths and legends be it did the three pigs really exist and were threatened by a talking lung strong wolf or be it God. I see you really trying to spin your words in a way that gets an Atheist to say ok maybe sone form of God exists. Honestly it's about as likely as talking house building pigs. We need concern ourselves with reality. Were we to take each and every raving lunatics story even semi seriously because we can't prove his tv didn't really talk to him with 100% absolute certainty our society would fall into madness. We would have to spend time and money on gold egg laying ducks and UFO abductions lol!

A claim made without evidence may be dismissed without evidence.
havent forgotten wrote:
<quoted text> First of all, naturally your first sentences make sense - as to definitions that are consise and limited. I have been insisted on very limited definitions for those terms for a long time. Also, you are saying that "believing in god without evidence is not a good thing for people of reason". I say that belief does not require evidence; it requires any old cause or motive for believing.(I do not think it is a good thing for people of reason to believe in a god, either, but that is more for moral than epistimelogical -sp?- reasons) If there is excellent evidence, it is not mere belief. I cannot see the possibility of excellent or even mediocre evidence regarding the existence OR NONEXISTENCE of a god (EITHER WAY) Are you also saying: but(1) believing - or (2)even claiming to know!- without evidence that there is no god, is a good thing for people of reason? I would agree yes to one, but say no to two. I see no merit in claiming to know something I do not know and do not believe is known or can be known. In the first place - no adequate definition of god is even supplied! That makes the question sloppy and ambiguous in the first place.
Suppose I say God is defined as the all that exists. and you say a reasonable person does not believe that the all that exists, exists. that would be silly. You would have to refuse to accept my definition of God in the first place, it seems to me.
I am not sure how many people on here have studied these matters in a philosophy class or logic class, or even in a study of linguistics. We are getting into word usage matters, and have not agreed to agree about what we mean, to begin with.

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#285
Sep 19, 2012
 
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The very fact that there is no proof of ANY God existing to this date of time just shows we are kinda ahead of you in the sense we are not believing in a possibility that a God is real.

The only "proof" of a God i have personally heard of is actually not proof but "man made" objects (books for example), word of mouth (Chinese whispers as it gets warped through the ages), near death experiences (people saying they see images, basically another version of word of mouth), miracles (luck, luck has to happen to someone as does bad luck)

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#286
Sep 19, 2012
 
The so called holy books have changed and completely reworked over the years. If God existed and wanted to have a relationship with him/her wouldn't he/she have done a better job formulating a cohesive message??
CODEsapphire wrote:
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The very fact that there is no proof of ANY God existing to this date of time just shows we are kinda ahead of you in the sense we are not believing in a possibility that a God is real.
The only "proof" of a God i have personally heard of is actually not proof but "man made" objects (books for example), word of mouth (Chinese whispers as it gets warped through the ages), near death experiences (people saying they see images, basically another version of word of mouth), miracles (luck, luck has to happen to someone as does bad luck)
God: A Mythical creature created for the soul purpose to make human beings feel special and different from all the other animals on this small planet we call Earth

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