Fallacy of argument from ignorance... "since I can't prove something exists, YOU need to prove it doesn't exist". Critical thinking doesn't work that way.<quoted text>
Lets do it a little different and you can do the work.
You prove that there isn't any God.
So far the vast majority of the people living on earth believe there is a God. So it would appear that the ball is in your court to prove that there is not a God.
If you claim something exists, the burden is on the claimant (that's YOU) to demonstrate it exists. It is not the burden of the skeptic who questions your claim to dis-prove it.
Let's start simple for you... Just prove ANYTHING exists, and then we can go from there.
LOGICAL PROOF PLEASE, not observational!
If you can "prove" something exists be merely pointing at it and saying 'look, see it right there; I have "proven" it exists', then all you have to do is "point" to god and make the same claim.
Good luck and look forward to reading your "proof"...