Actually after previously posting that I didn't understand your question, I think you are asking me to name 50 people of the billions that have not experienced God. Do a google search of any name, and if you get 50 names, then those 50 have not experienced God, and given us proof of that experience. I personally do not know anyone who has even stated they have experienced God, though most people I know do claim they believe there is a God.<quoted text>
"Actually, billions of people throughout human history have not experienced God..."
OK name 50 of these people :-)
Your long post is amusing and seem atheist-centric.
Today it is not proved that God exists, which indicates that no experience has occurred which carried enough weight to be accepted as proof of a God. Any event in a person's life, which to them seemed miraculous, unexpected, or of a god-like nature, is only how they processed the input through their own brain, and came up with that experience being proof of God. It was not actually a real experience of God, or at least they cannot prove it was, and that would be 100% of all who make such a claim.
A lot of people have given accounts of Near Death Experiences, and claimed that proved that God exists or Heaven exists (for those who claimed they saw what they believed to be Heaven), yet the very same sensations have been produced in humans in a lab setting or in training (for example for space flight) which has been attributed to a shortage of oxygen to the brain, which causes a person to have certain hallucinations. I have never had any form of illegal drug, but claims are made, according to what I have read, that certain drugs cause people to experience certain things too, but that experience is inside their own mind, as others in attendance with them do not see what they are seeing.