Science's fictions. What price do you pay for believing these hypothetical myths?<quoted text>
Ok, now prove any of this religious horsesh*t you lying creationist scum
No God created you. You are nothing more than the flotsam of random chemical combinations washed up from a stagnant pool of dead matter eons ago. A bio-mechanism tossed out into the centuries with no connection to the cosmos, or even the earth - the only home you have. You were born for no reason in a universe created by chance. No wonder you don't feel the divine grace of your own being or that of others!
Though you tend to life's daily fires - methodically gathering the fruits of your labor, whatever joys, triumphs and knowledge you accumulate is only temporary. Whatever endearing loves you experience are destined to last only a brief time. For in the end it is all taken from you. Nothing learned or felt will be left of your physical experience, nothing left but the smoldering ashes of your funeral pyre. You have nothing to live for - no dreams or promises of greater things beyond your physical prison, and so you lash out at people who do believe. You're like a tragic figure, trudging reluctantly towards your own annihilation. What a collection of eqregious and psychologically damaging myths to believe! Within this bleak and sterile view of reality, if you took your life tomorrow it wouldn't matter. I wonder why you don't?