Quote: Naomi-698107 said:
I generally think "Wow! God knows a heap of stuff! Maybe I should have asked him for help with my chemistry/physics homework?"
I'm even more amazed by evolution. To be able to know what pathway an organism would take from its single celled beginning in the ooze to, well, us!
I think space has stuff in it, well, not full of it, otherwise it wouldn't be "space". God plastered all those worlds out there, stars, suns, not just for us to find in our generation, but for all future generations to discover.
And I do think, maybe, somewhere out there, is a world, not unlike Earth, or maybe completely different, that has intelligent life on it. How it relates to God, I don't know, but I'm not arrogant enough to think humans are it, and I don't want to pigeonhole God into some square of creation.
God is thoroughly and utterly amazing, His creation expands beyond anything we as mere mortals could ever imagine, and half the fun, is trying to!
Poor atheists, I think it takes more faith to think all this came from nothing, as opposed to some "flying spaghetti monster".
Poor, poor atheists.
The thing is that the "empty" space, for example inside the atom or between two planets, is actually filled with virtual particles which aren't real particles but can become real if given enough energy. What we think is empty isn't. Even the empty space inside ourselves.
Antimatter which is perceived to be so dangerous (for example in the movie Angels and Demons a small amount of antimatter contained inside a capsule was made into a very powerful bomb) is actually everywhere around us. We are actually made of both matter and antimatter. A proton is made of a vast amount of matter and antimatter rushing around at a speed very close to that of light, constantly smashing together annihilating each other and turning into new particles.