According to atheism, are these all by accident?


Videoyu OynatSayfayı BeğenBeğendinHashem Al-Ghaili29 Ocak 2017, 02:57 ·

Patterns in Nature.

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Why according to Atheism?....

Andrew Barnes
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I want to know atheists opinion

Shaimaa Eason 3 years

Why don't you ask a scientist? Patterns in nature are visible regularities of form found in the natural world. These patterns recur in different contexts and can sometimes be modelled mathematically. Natural patterns include symmetries, trees, spirals, meanders, waves, foams, tessellations, cracks and stripes.

Steven Connors 3 years

steven did I asked you personally?! Just ignore the post if you didn't like it

Shaimaa Eason 3 years

You asked the group a question. Perhaps you missed that part?

Steven Connors 3 years

Steven Connors yes that's why I'm waiting for the answer May be I could find an atheistic scientist:)

Shaimaa Eason 3 years

Nature is nothing to do with religion.

Steven Connors
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it has everything to do with religion, before science we had religion. Ancient hindu Vedic cosmology is a prime example

Cody Paige 3 years

You think religion was invented before science? You don't know what science is do you?

Steven Connors 3 years

If I was an atheist this video would get me baptized immediately. Luckily i didn't need to see it to believe we are not here by luck!

Philippe Holley
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Duh science

Mrinmoy Mcdowell
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if they are not ur all might one is, i ask you which idea more senseble

Hazharaka Langley
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Not accident. Science.

Miquela Stout
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Who started that science?

Shaimaa Eason 3 years

Who created God?

Miquela Stout 3 years

Shaimaa Eason reliion and science wont fit each other

Hazharaka Langley 3 years

You want us to believe that from chaos we can get precise laws of physics and nature? Are you serious??? That's only possible with a great designer...!

Philippe Holley 3 years

And I respect that you believe that. But I don't.

Miquela Stout 3 years
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yeah, right. By accident----------------

Gary Livingston
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Come on people ) who started that science who planted the first seed

Shaimaa Eason
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And who created God for him to create the universe?

Miquela Stout 3 years

Miquela Stout i like you very much, shaimaa is an idiot

CartEr Grubbs 3 years

Haha. Thank you!

Miquela Stout 3 years

Still no answer...

Miquela Stout 3 years

So I'm assuming you have no answer. Awesome.

Miquela Stout 3 years
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It's science. The basic elements are the same. It doesn't matter where, in any part of the universe positive charges will repel each other and attract negative charges. Repeatability and reproducibility are the most important in any scientific work..

Christiana Gorman
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What started the atomic thing? What was before you this start

Shaimaa Eason 3 years

Please read the birth and death of stars and different cosmological models before u bring in ur religious babble..

Christiana Gorman 3 years

Christiana Gorman have read about it

Shaimaa Eason 3 years

Good. Then read it again. Maybe you 'll understand it atleast the second time..

Christiana Gorman 3 years

HahHahaha

Shaimaa Eason 3 years

Comparing science to religion while also showing the scientific formation of the universe. Do y'all still believe in creation or did you finally realize it's lunacy.

Wes Landers
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there is a theory which EXPlained everything in this universe ...... You will get your answer in it......... BUT IN FUTURE .... BY THE GREAT scientist......... Which will change EVERYTHING in this world ......... And your imagination and science.......

Vamshi Murdock
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I saw no creator in that short video... The eye comparison thing is just daft.... Everyone knows there are patterns in nature that video was seeking out it's own patterns for some point... That it failed on lol

Andrew Barnes
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Our brains are pattern seeking therefore jesus

Eli Coker
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Steven Connors 3 years

Actually, the mathematical field of chaos theory has now shown, in relatively simple terms, that such fractal patterns as these are simply something that is inherent in the basic structure of the universe and these patterns manifest themselves in multiple ways and at all scales from the smallest to the largest. It is really nothing more than remarking on how common the circle and the sphere are in nature. All of this can be taken for an argument that there is something going on in the universe that is more than meets the eye, but that's a pretty obvious truth. The devil is in the details of how we try to describe what that something is. And it is essentially an impossible task because our limited human mental resources aren't up to the task of fully describing something so much greater. The theistic approach is just one of our feeble attempts to do so. All of these attempts also suffer from serious definitional problems. Atheism, for example, means a belief that there is no theistic god. So atheists may not believe in an old bearded man in the sky or they may not believe in a god with any type of human emotions that so many theists like to attribute to their god, but then you get into a gray area where it becomes more difficult to discern whether a belief in a fundamental order to the universe is a theistic belief or not. I would, for example, call myself an atheist (and a buddhist), but I also believe that the universe is fundamentally an intelligent system. Not intelligent in the way you might think, but intelligent in that it has a fundamental order to it. For instance, it's systems are, in numerous ways, predictable. I would not begin to venture to say I can articulate why this is, however. It's probably an unanswerable question, ultimately. O magnum mysterium.

Julian Bullard
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I like your honesty. Great unbiased comment.

Philippe Holley 3 years

Applauses..

Christiana Gorman 3 years

Quantum mechanics says that given enough time anything will happen

Ellie Hooper
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accident still implies an intention

Gary Camacho
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infinite time before and after this second allow for everything

Gary Camacho
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