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Submitted: 12/28/2012
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#50 - englman (12/29/2012) [-]
I know it's a joke, and I laughed, but it also sparked my curiosity.   
   
I'm curious as to why/how anyone could believe the universe was just a random accident. (Yes, I'm a Christian.) That's basically saying that something can come out of absolute nothing. I also find it strange that absolute nothing could ever exist (I think the existence of nothing is still an existence of some sort, even if it's very simple and nothing living could ever perceive it.). The existence of ANYTHING at all is mind-boggling to me.   
   
However, doesn't the current idea of the universe's formation almost 100% point to some sort of creator? Even if you factor in Multiverse Theory, there would probably be a God in one of them, correct? (if you want to be fair with that Theory, "every possibility ever" would include a God in one of them, if not all of them.) You could also say that given enough time, it would just happen anyway. However, this seems to be more possible in the realm of Statistical Likelihood vs reality (only because there would still be a chance at all in Mathematics.) That is just my opinion though.   
   
Also, how does the idea of the universe just coming into existence not demolish the Laws of Thermodynamics? Quantum Mechanics would argue perhaps, but I struggle with a lot of the "Oh, yeah. These particles just come in and out of existence at random" ideas that seem to get proposed. It sounds more likely that their equipment isn't completely detecting what it's supposed to or it's completely giving the Scientists false information via some other problem. (be it some strange magnetic field, new particle interacting in a near untraceable manner, etc.)   
   
I'd love to hear a decent explanation or just anyone's opinion really.   
Also correct me if something I said was completely wrong and you can back it up.
I know it's a joke, and I laughed, but it also sparked my curiosity.

I'm curious as to why/how anyone could believe the universe was just a random accident. (Yes, I'm a Christian.) That's basically saying that something can come out of absolute nothing. I also find it strange that absolute nothing could ever exist (I think the existence of nothing is still an existence of some sort, even if it's very simple and nothing living could ever perceive it.). The existence of ANYTHING at all is mind-boggling to me.

However, doesn't the current idea of the universe's formation almost 100% point to some sort of creator? Even if you factor in Multiverse Theory, there would probably be a God in one of them, correct? (if you want to be fair with that Theory, "every possibility ever" would include a God in one of them, if not all of them.) You could also say that given enough time, it would just happen anyway. However, this seems to be more possible in the realm of Statistical Likelihood vs reality (only because there would still be a chance at all in Mathematics.) That is just my opinion though.

Also, how does the idea of the universe just coming into existence not demolish the Laws of Thermodynamics? Quantum Mechanics would argue perhaps, but I struggle with a lot of the "Oh, yeah. These particles just come in and out of existence at random" ideas that seem to get proposed. It sounds more likely that their equipment isn't completely detecting what it's supposed to or it's completely giving the Scientists false information via some other problem. (be it some strange magnetic field, new particle interacting in a near untraceable manner, etc.)

I'd love to hear a decent explanation or just anyone's opinion really.
Also correct me if something I said was completely wrong and you can back it up.
User avatar #59 to #50 - trollofhalo (01/09/2013) [-]
First off, there was NOT nothing. It was once a condensed state, and basically it all fuzzed up and poof, rock. I say this basically because I am not aware of all the details. I'm kind of sure someone will say "Then where did your condensation come from?" And if that person is religious, and this person has their Deity, then where did THEY come from?
User avatar #60 to #59 - englman (01/09/2013) [-]
The idea of a Deity usually includes being all-powerful. Something that has the potential to exist outside of space and time (or even just in a higher spatial-dimensional realm). That's a concept many people don't consider/like to consider, or accept, as a possibility. However, we don't/can't know everything about existence (everything ever basically.) and there is some possibility to those ideas. This is one reason why I hold the belief that anything is possible, no matter what. Some things are just less, or more, likely.

As far as "nothing" never existing, I want to first say that I know the Universe was in a condensed state. I didn't mean that the entire Universe "exploded" (it expanded) out of nothing (Even though the Big Bang still seems to believe that to some extent. [Where did the condensed state come from?]). So whether absolute nothing ever existed, we don't know that for a fact. We may believe/theorize that as a reality, but no one can deny that it isn't a fact. Look at it this way, condense the Universe and put it in a box. It fills the box 100%. Now ask the question, "What is outside of the box?". The answer is either "absolute nothing" or "something".
#47 - tomert (12/29/2012) [-]
That is a lie! We all know God created everything on purpose.
#48 to #47 - anonymous (12/29/2012) [-]
Yeah, I mean seriously, all those scientist are just ******* with us, telling us things like that the sun brings water to make clouds, they were wrong, God made the clouds.
#49 to #48 - tomert (12/29/2012) [-]
Exactly! We ain't no fools to believe it.
#45 - mendingo (12/29/2012) [-]
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#46 to #45 - mendingo (12/29/2012) [-]
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#32 - essaressa (12/29/2012) [-]
I'm no accident.   
   
Except my parents had me because they wanted a son, but they got me - a daughter -  instead.
I'm no accident.

Except my parents had me because they wanted a son, but they got me - a daughter - instead.

User avatar #41 to #32 - isradam (12/29/2012) [-]
There are no girls on the internet.
#44 to #41 - tomert (12/29/2012) [-]
I agree with your point.
#24 - anonymous (12/29/2012) [-]
Telling people the Universe was created by an accident when we don't really have a clue, how responsible . . .
User avatar #40 to #24 - theholum (12/29/2012) [-]
Saying we don't have a clue isn't really fair,
However, we (scientists) aren't close to having a solid conclusion
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#19 to #18 - undeaddog ONLINE (12/29/2012) [-]
Go lurk somewhere else
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#21 to #20 - undeaddog ONLINE (12/29/2012) [-]
excuse not accepted
excuse not accepted
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#23 to #22 - undeaddog ONLINE (12/29/2012) [-]
ok
User avatar #17 - fyaq ONLINE (12/29/2012) [-]
thumbed up for not putting this in atheism like everyone else.
#16 - alechawaii (12/29/2012) [-]
**alechawaii rolled a random image posted in comment #62 at Seriously who made this channel? ** I think the poop in my pants was an accident.
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User avatar #11 - getoffit (12/29/2012) [-]
**getoffit rolled user tanabata ** was an accident
User avatar #12 to #11 - tanabata (12/29/2012) [-]
No, I'm simply a bastard.
#25 to #12 - tylosaurus ONLINE (12/29/2012) [-]
Hai Tanabata.
#27 to #25 - tanabata (12/29/2012) [-]
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Hi tylo ♥
#28 to #27 - tylosaurus ONLINE (12/29/2012) [-]
Bai Tanabata.
#29 to #28 - tanabata (12/29/2012) [-]
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Bye, I guess.
User avatar #13 to #12 - ninjapiratewalrus (12/29/2012) [-]
You got rolled here also, what the hell is going on
User avatar #33 to #13 - theugandanhero (12/29/2012) [-]
Some gaaay **** bro.
User avatar #10 - maidenmk (12/29/2012) [-]
**maidenmk rolled user ninjapiratewalrus ** An accident.
User avatar #9 - forgottenmyshorts ONLINE (12/29/2012) [-]
God, look how thin his head is.
It's like there's just not enough space for his facial features
#8 - anonymous (12/29/2012) [-]
NJ contains the most I dont know if I should be proud or threatened
#6 - cullenatorguy (12/29/2012) [-]
**cullenatorguy rolled a random image posted in comment #2173335 at My Little Pony:FIM/Brony Board **
because half the elementary school kids in the U.S. were all accidents...
User avatar #7 to #6 - cullenatorguy (12/29/2012) [-]
I knew it; I ******* knew it. God damn ponies.
User avatar #5 - rabbitfood (12/29/2012) [-]
yea, I kind of figured I was an accident. Though, I laughed even harder when I found out my brother was a broken condom baby.
#3 - anonymous (12/29/2012) [-]
"like most OF OF the children"
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User avatar #1 - tokazakime ONLINE (12/28/2012) [-]
I didn't realize I'm way off the frontpage. Good night, funnyjunk.
#2 to #1 - communistlover (12/28/2012) [-]
Good night! Thank you for stopping at my post <3
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