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What Would Happen If?

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because this is primarily what's being talked about

can you undeniably prove or disprove:

- god (& who's conception of god is real)

- evolution (in the context of it being the reason for each species being different, but having one common ancestor, not the little mutation crap)

- creationism, including "the beginning"

i don't think anyone can. the world's changing as many people are abandoning their faith in a "supreme being" and turning to atheism because of the influence of rational thinking today. if there's no proof = doesn't exist.

anyways... if something was actually proven beyond a reasonable doubt, religions would either incorporate it, do their best to argue against it, or say "yea, because god made it that way."

idk why anyone hasn't mentioned the example of the earth being round nd revolving around the sun. this was refuted by the church... and then accepted it. did religion crumble? no. though if science could prove everything, it may take a small hit

when most people have a problem they think logically. if they can't understand the problem, not everyone would go 'whoaaaaaaaa god's f*****g with us here.' even if everything can be explained rationally by science, some people will still have their own beliefs and even conceptions of god.

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cmae for the spolier

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a lot of complex physics leaves academics on the border of extremely rare (nearly impossible cosmic events), unexplainable phenomenon, and/or questioning if a greater being "a god" was involved in something.

i'm serious.

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god is fake ok

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Anyone listen yet?

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how do you prove something abstract?

-paintings

-math (not arithmetic)

--->you could say proven with axioms and axioms are 'generally accepted' as true but what if aforementioned science disproved an axiom? then math explodes

@overflow this could be an interesting topic

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god is fake ok

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It's funny how states in the US still put stickers on textbooks disagreeing with evolution

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you can be religious and still believe in evolution lol

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mind would be blown

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people will always find dumb s**t to go to war for

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you can be religious and still believe in evolution lol

missing my point...

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I guess the concept of god would move into the realms of mythology, the same way we study the mythologies of civilisations gone by. The concept of an omniscient/omnipotent deity/creator/one above all will develop just as science will formulate new theories to explain the beginning of existence so I can't imagine the scientific proof would be unanimously accepted. There'll always be a crazy cult that doubts the accepted theory most likely.

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science/math is used as a language to interpret the universe just like religion does

what you use to interpret the universe depends on the type of brain you have

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