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It's more likely that the universe doesn't exist

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  • On:Thursday, February 19, 2009 7:21:36 AM
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    So live your life and enjoy God's bliss.

    In fact, If you're a Muslim, you're actually ASKED to Live and Enjoy your life. Not only that, but to enjoy every day as if it was your last.

    Scientifically speaking, the probability of the universe existing is far less than it not existing. It's scientifically documented that it's improbably that energy and matter can spontaneously come to existence.

    Let alone matter existing, combining, making larger-cooler matter, compounds, molecules, interacting with other molecules, creating stars, galaxies, planets, and more complex matter, then spawning life, not just any life, but life that grows, flourishes, combines to become multi-cellular and grows and diversifies to the point it eventually and out of no where, has a spark of intelligence. In fact, enough intelligence to question the very essence of this universe and how it came to exist. This is so highly unlikely that most evidence proves that we, seriously, should not exist! If it wasn't for a very LONG and interesting set of coincidences.

    Coincidences, is God's way to remains anonymous. (Albert Einstein)

    Humans have a tough battle. We know, and can sense -almost- everything on our planet, we can visually see few light-years away, and few hundred light years away using radio astronomy. We think we understand parts of the creation. Unfortunately, we really don't. At least not yet.

    In this one million page book of the universe, we have barely seen the first ink-dots of the first letter of the Title. It's hard for us judge this book when we have not finished even the name of this book

    To understand the need for a creator. Here's a simple analogy

    Let's say, you're a character in a book. The universe started on page one, your existence started on a certain page, and your existence ended on a specific page. You have no way of knowing what goes on the pages before, or after you. You might be cleaver some how and use all possible evidence around you to figure out how things happened, how the universe around you is created according to the imagination of the author. You might be even more intelligent to discover that the very fabric of your existence is just a bunch of ink and paper.

    Maybe you'd grow to be very intelligent that you, and your decedents in the book, figure out everything there is to know about the book, you spend a million years developing basic communication skills but expand your knowledge exponentially after that. The more you know, the more your eagerness to know gets inflamed.

    One day, in a distant chapter, you discover just about everything there is to know about this book that everything you can sense, feel, experience and imagine lives in. Then you discover that you're faced with a wall. The cover of the book that would not budge. You simply don't exist outside this book. There's a whole new and very strange world outside the pages of this book. Things that you can't even imagine since there's nothing that you can compare with.

    Imagine this book to be our universe...

    Imagine a library filled with millions of shelves of similar books

    Imagine a million library around the world filled with similar books

    Imagine all these books, shelves and libraries all being created in one huge uncontrolled explosion

    That's as much a chance there is for this universe to exist, on it's own!

    For humans to exist and question existence there has got to be a very powerful will to bend everything that we scientifically know to be real and appears to conspire AGAINST our existence. Yet, here we are, wasting electrons on the memory circuits of servers and wires debating our existence!

    Sadly, some want us to believe that we just happen to exist! Some even go to great length to explain how the universe was created, and how life started and all that great stuff only to fall short on the conclusion that "it all happened on its own"!!

    This Mafia, made it their unholy crusade to ridicule and defame anyone who remotely talks about god. We have all sort of nameless magical "dark matter", "dark energy", magnetar and what have you. But for some reason we still have unquantifiable variables in all these equations that remains anonymous under the name of a cosmological constant!

    I wonder who's trying to remain anonymous! And why these tiny subtle hints at our chances of none-existence!

    Where ever you turn your faces, you will find the face of God. His handy work, his masterfully skillful creation. His perfection spatially but also temporally at all scales from sub-planctonic, to multiverses.

    Perhaps this is all a coincidence. Perhaps all life will cease to exist the minute whoever is reading this book decides to just slam it shut. Perhaps...

    Or perhaps we should reserve our judgement, until we finish understanding at least the title of this book!

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    I see you refrained from your usual vacuous claptrap in this blog. Perhaps you're a little refined in this field, after doing, I don't know, studying and research.
    The discipline concerned with the topic at hand is metaphysics. Now, you have identified the existence of man as constrained to a specific film of time, and have adopted a subjective approach to the discernment of existance. The universe metaphored as a book makes its difficult to appreciate its essence. True, it implies that it has a beginning and an end (which is unfortunate). But let's call a spade a spade: the universe is a three-dimensional space changed through time. Through Allah's will, we are born into and die in a certain time-frame.
    And your case for an 'author' to the book is called the 'watchmaker argument': the paint requires a painter, the building a builder, the watch a watchmaker, and the universe Allah. It is not a very argument per se, but aligns with a stronger case for Allah: intelligent design. Intelligent design is simply the argument that the complexity of organism could not have emerged without a designer, namely Allah.
    Furthermore, I implore you to identify the field of study relevant to your contemplations and do a little research. It helps to prevent you from being assumed as a basket case of pseudo-intellectual drivel-dribbling.
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    Thank you for your comment, while I can't claim to have fully understood your concerns and consequently your condescending tone, I believe we're basically saying the very same thing. Mine through very deep thought and intimate knowledge of a field of science that fascinates me.

    I do believe in the creator, and that's what I'm trying to say here. Many people don't get it, and I don't blame them. Even people who get it, mostly get the part about science proving the non-existence of god. Although, science doesn't disprove it either. In fact according to this same science, we shouldn't exist. That's what I am trying to explain.

    Anyway, thank you very much for your comment
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