This Forum Has Lost Its Purpose.

“1896 - 3000”

Since: Apr 09

Frankfurt am Main, Germany

#44 Dec 3, 2010
Something's gone wrong in paleoplace. I can't register: I type the info needed: Username, e-mail, but when it comes to the code, it simply says "error" and "error" again. I try my best to read it, and it can easily be read and I'm very sure that my answer is correct, yet it keeps saying "error".

Whoever moderates the site, please answer me.

“BOOMER WILL LIVE”

Since: Mar 10

Location hidden

#46 Dec 3, 2010
Ill flag it up to Paudie.
Brachiotitan

Canada

#47 Dec 3, 2010
anomonyous wrote:
<quoted text>Remember, the universe is ENDLESS. There is a very small chance on each planet that it is hospitable, but there might as well be an infinite number of planets and so there's probaly life somewhere else, since the chance multiplied by that much is theoretically 100%..
Anyways, back on topic. I would like to see some non-vs threads too, but the problem as that people don't create interesting ones. I'm not here to read about particular specimens and species classification, nor do I want to read hideosly long posts full of blocks of text.
That said, many vs threads here aren't interesting to me either. The problem is that often they're not about dinosaurs, but mammals instead. Me, I'm not they type that likes to discuss and study them, maybe partially because other animals have a more "exotic" feel to them.
The universe actally isn't endless. Scientists with radio telescopes have found an "impenetratable wall" at the edge of the universe.

Still, the universe has as many galaxies as there are stars in our galaxy, so the chances of there being other life out there is pretty likely.
Inkayacu paracasensis

Ireland

#48 Dec 3, 2010
mattking wrote:
<quoted text>
No, if you had listened
Listened to what? Your nonsense? You, and the majority of you, clearly do not understand the arguement, here. God could not have done what you said, because an omnipotent being is IMPOSSIBLE. An omnipotent being would be able to create anything, right? Even a rock that is too heavy for it to lift? WRONG, because then it is NOT omnipotent. Therefore, NOTHING like a god created or triggered the big bang. It is you who should listen.
Inkayacu paracasensis

Ireland

#49 Dec 3, 2010
Ernst Udet wrote:
Something's gone wrong in paleoplace. I can't register: I type the info needed: Username, e-mail, but when it comes to the code, it simply says "error" and "error" again. I try my best to read it, and it can easily be read and I'm very sure that my answer is correct, yet it keeps saying "error".
Whoever moderates the site, please answer me.
Register again, please. I fixed it.
mattking

Brandon, Canada

#50 Dec 3, 2010
Inkayacu paracasensis wrote:
<quoted text> Listened to what? Your nonsense? You, and the majority of you, clearly do not understand the arguement, here. God could not have done what you said, because an omnipotent being is IMPOSSIBLE. An omnipotent being would be able to create anything, right? Even a rock that is too heavy for it to lift? WRONG, because then it is NOT omnipotent. Therefore, NOTHING like a god created or triggered the big bang. It is you who should listen.
Thats what you think! Always with the limitations with you, there is no continuous chain of universes over and over and over and over, everything has a begining and the idea of it over and over again is exactly what your implying!
mattking

Brandon, Canada

#51 Dec 3, 2010
When I say continues universes I'm not saying that there is only one universe there could be others but there most have been something to start literally every single piece of reality!
Spinosaur King

London, UK

#52 Dec 3, 2010
Inkayacu paracasensis wrote:
And therefore, if that is true, had nothing to do with the creation of our Universe. I am not saying that there is no God. I am saying it had nothing to do with the creation of the Universe. All of you seem to forget the laws of Chemistry. Energy is neither created or destroyed. Hence, matter might always have existed in the form of energy. That would mean that God had nothing to do with it. Even if what you say is true (which it is not), and God did it, what put God there? Same rules apply
Why not? Why could God not have created the Universe?
Yes, indeed, Energy is neither destroyed nor created, but, according to the prevaling scientific theory, before the universe came into existence, there was absolutely nothing. That means no energy.

However, if energy cannot be created or destroyed, then i could argue that the enery before the Big Bang was God.
Spinosaur King

London, UK

#53 Dec 3, 2010
Inkayacu paracasensis wrote:
<quoted text> Listened to what? Your nonsense? You, and the majority of you, clearly do not understand the arguement, here. God could not have done what you said, because an omnipotent being is IMPOSSIBLE. An omnipotent being would be able to create anything, right? Even a rock that is too heavy for it to lift? WRONG, because then it is NOT omnipotent. Therefore, NOTHING like a god created or triggered the big bang. It is you who should listen.
He's not speaking nonsense Paudie. He is arguing his point of view.

Why could God not have created the universe?
If God is an eternal being who is imcomprehensibly powerfull, he can do anything.
He is not bound by the laws of physics, chemistry or any other scientific law.
He is free from time, space and this universe.

“All hail Koromo Amae”

Since: Mar 09

Anywhere Out Of This World

#54 Dec 3, 2010
This argument only represents how this forum has lost its purpose.

This is a forum about Dinosaurs, not religious debate. Besides, its Christmas. Not very pleasant to war over beliefs to me.

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#55 Dec 3, 2010
Brachiotitan wrote:
<quoted text>
The universe actally isn't endless. Scientists with radio telescopes have found an "impenetratable wall" at the edge of the universe.
Mind finding a link?
Inkayacu paracasensis

Ireland

#56 Dec 3, 2010
S. King, do you even understand what I said? It does not matter how powerful God could be, if it cannot exist. Please stop argueing that this being is not bound by any laws. That is not science. There may be a God, but it had nothing to do with the Big Bang. You, and the others, have NO arguement.

@wil: I can't let this go. It is time that they knew the truth.

“1896 - 3000”

Since: Apr 09

Frankfurt am Main, Germany

#57 Dec 3, 2010
You can't state a rule here. Sorry, we've got different opinions and won't believe in you.

Also, logic can't rule over God. And you're arguing logic. So your argument is pretty useless.

“1896 - 3000”

Since: Apr 09

Frankfurt am Main, Germany

#58 Dec 3, 2010
Oh, and thanks for finally getting me registered!
Spinosaur King

London, UK

#59 Dec 4, 2010
@Paudie, WHY can't God exist? And WHY couldn't he have created the universe? Your argument makes no sense. I will not stop arguing my point, as it is my view, and is just as plausible as yours. And I find it amusing that you say to wilferrel that "we must know the truth", when you use scientific logic that cannot apply to an eternal being.

@Ernst Udet, agreed.
Overdrive

Ireland

#60 Dec 4, 2010
Spinosaur King wrote:
@Paudie, WHY can't God exist? And WHY couldn't he have created the universe? Your argument makes no sense. I will not stop arguing my point, as it is my view, and is just as plausible as yours. And I find it amusing that you say to wilferrel that "we must know the truth", when you use scientific logic that cannot apply to an eternal being.
@Ernst Udet, agreed.
This is pathetic! If you actually read or understood my post, you would see why God couldn't have created the Universe. Admit it. You can't comprehend the proof I gave. Why must you make exceptions? I'll tell you why. You are a typical Christian. You are afraid that God will punish you, if you say he doesn't exist. You are terrified at the prospect of a dreamless, eternal sleep. Well, don't be. Even if God exists, doesn't the Bible say that He will always love us? I, also, like to think that this is not our only life. But, rather than God being the answer, I think time is. An omnipotent being cannot exist. The End.

“BOOMER WILL LIVE”

Since: Mar 10

Location hidden

#61 Dec 4, 2010
If such a being existed and created our universe, he too would be bound by its laws and would also have an origin somewhere/sometime.

“1896 - 3000”

Since: Apr 09

Frankfurt am Main, Germany

#62 Dec 4, 2010
Look, Paudie, I'm laughing at how you yourself are some sort of preacher. Below are some reasons why your argument is completely irrelevant.

First, we will simply not agree to what you force us to agree with. We have our own beliefs, which happen to be different with yours.

Second, your last comment shows you are an utter stereotype. Hey, you haven't even seen our faces, and you can call one of us a "typical Christian"? And, hell, if you call this a "debate", it's not.

Third, you can't state the truth if you can't prove it. Yes, you can't prove it; if you have, we all simply would've shook our heads and say, "Paudie is right. All the while I believed in such illogical things like some omnipotent guy." Oh, and God doesn't need proof. It's more of "Faith" that keeps such idiots like us believing in an omnipotent superdaddy.

Fourth, as I already stated, your logic is flawed. If you don't know that God isn't bound by simple logic, than I might as well forgive you. If not, my first statement in this paragraph is completely correct. Read my above comment why.

Fifth, this isn't a thread for debates. In fact, this entire forum doesn't need you if you can start bragging about what you think is true, and force us to accept such a "truth" in it when we simply won't.

I might as well call you some sort of atheist by now. An atheist preacher, perhaps. You're exactly how you stereotype us; extreme fundamentalists, fearing God will punish us if we won't do an omnipotent guy's bidding; us, who are such dunderheads to believe in something that can't exist, based on scientific facts and simple reason; us, who can't help fretting to disagree with you, because we're completely afraid of a God who will torture us if we won't obey. Hell, you yourself are what is said above,'cept that you're more on the "logical" side, is it not?

You yourself, are an extreme fundamentalist of simple logic, who can't see beyond it. You yourself; one whose brain is too limited on what you think is true. You yourself, who simply can't accept the fact that we continously disagree with you. Yeah, and there's a massive load of "believe in the truth or you're an idiot!" implication on your side.

Hell, this shouldn't be even discussed here. You already said several posts ago you were leaving. Lol. As if you were. You find yourself discussing an offtopic debate, right in the middle of a subject completely different from the matter. And, crap, my comment about your forum is actually ontopic, and whoever voted it offtopic is sadly mistaken; why had you made such a website if this forum were alive and too well? Isn't the title of this thread "This Forum Has Lost Its Purpose."? And isn't your website directly reflecting that this forum, indeed, has lost its purpose?

Yeah, that. And thanks again for fixing your site's registration problem.

“All hail Koromo Amae”

Since: Mar 09

Anywhere Out Of This World

#63 Dec 4, 2010
*Facepalm*

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#64 Dec 4, 2010
Everybody, there's a forum called " the religon forum", why don't you check it out?

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