Originally posted by iowahawkeyes1986:
"People either accept all of the history, tradition, and faith built up over 2,000 years or they don't. There's a lot of documented cases that support the existence of God, but if I were to start citing them the "non believers" would simply choose to belittle / not believe them. "Show me the facts!!! Show me the mathematics equations that prove without a doubt that God exists."
As if it were all a big scam..... "
LOL I'm sure you think there are documented and supported cased.
"Can someone prove to me that God doesn't exist?"
You are the one asserting there is something that exists thus the burden of proof is on you to prove it does exist. Otherwise, we might all just as well say unicorns and fairies and all other mythical creatures exist. Prove to me they don't somewhere in the universe.
"Quantum mechanics or whatever, what kicked off the whole cycle of events that led to where we are today?"
Whats funny is you assume that the universe needs a creation, something to kick it off in your words, but you don't apply that same concept for god. So basically you say "the universe can't just exist or come from nothing," but then you say "god can just exist." You change your logic just to suit your own needs. Logically you should continue on and say there is a higher god that created the god that created us, an infinite regression.
If you want to understand Quantum Mechanics, you are going to have to read up on it on your own. There is no way I could go through all the details of why such and such a thing happens or what laws apply and why. A good book to read is "In Search of Shrodingers Cat: Quantum Physics and Reality" by John Gibbin. It gives a good look at how bizarre the universe really is.
Based on this post can I make the following assumptions:
1. You remove all possibility of the supernatural in your though process.
2. You can't even prove the theories that you say are correct without a shadow of doubt.