At least we can SEE them and they aren't IMAGINARY.
I ain't going anywhere, seeing you wanna be fake atheists defend your religion is priceless oy!lol!.
You don't have any evidence of anything. What you believe, isn't science. It's science fiction lullaby nonsense that nutty scientists put out, then depend on gullible followers like you to swallow that they can point to the "public" support---gullible and naive wanna be atheists like you to get more funding for their endless hypothetical non-sensical theoretical Crap while laughing at you all the way to the Bank HA!
That's all these scientists see you as, a way to line their pockets.
go down to disney land or universal, you can see a talking dog, a talking mouse, a talking cat, or superman or iron man--and just because you can see them, then that makes them real and not imaginary---lol!
it aint necessarily so wrote:
They are real, Aristotle.
Aura Mytha writer---
'It aint necessarily so' says the talking mouse dog and cat at disney world is real just because you can see them...
Now you see why I mock your guys beliefs so much? LOL
Not you--the way you explain about Hawking latest work, you see the absurdity of it almost as close to the scientific community.
But this is why the religious ones here like it aint necessarily so and 'hiding from you' and others so hilarious.
Because Hawking is a real scientist--then anything he write must be real and not imaginary.
That what you say right? at least Hawking other scientists and his/their work is real and not imaginary.
So dr[dolittle]say the talking mouse cat and dog at disney world--is real--oye!LOL. So dr[do little]think Hawking work is real to oye!
'it aint necessarily' so is a drinking the koolaid religious zealous cult nutcase that is as brainwashed and delusional to oblivion.
Because he go see a talking cat mouse and dog at disney world, then they must be real.
No religion on earth is so absurd and laughable to the point of hilarity as Secular Humanism.
And wow!, you all walk so easily into the absurdity that is Secular humanism.