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Topic: God Proven to Exist According to Mainstream Physics
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Re: God Proven to Exist According to Mainstream Physics
Posted: Dec 25, 2012 10:48 PM
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Answer just one question, please. How can
there be anything? We know that there is
something, whether it is everyday reality,
or god, or illusion, or a dream. I don't
care. I just want to know how there can
be anything, whatever it is.

And don't say that god created whatever is,
because the question then becomes, how can
there be god? And don't say that god has
always existed. That doesn't answer anything.
I would rather just leave god out of the
question. How can there be anything?

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