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You have a wonderful way with words BeRational but that will have to change if you want to claim a place in Jesus Christ's salvation plan. By my understanding, all QM theories are the study of atomic shrapnel. They smash energy particles to smithereens which leave a trace of energy for the split second that they exist. The real force within an atom is contrived by the higgs field. An atomic black-hole, of sorts, that sucks in God's energy in a precise and meaningful way, all happening inside a newly forming star. But you have got to have the whole picture to have any confidence in the minor detail. Listen rather than stamp and shout and you might get the whole picture which is all centred around the accurate teaching of Jesus Christ and which is fully justifiable within the Holy Bible...and which leads us into scientific wonders that can only currently be dreamt about.

NicholasMarks, Religion and Ethics 6 Comments [8/10/2018 5:45:41 AM]
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checkmate

God's energy ... scientific wonders


Beside the tear retching nonsense of the rest of the post, the lovely contradition is amusing.

8/10/2018 5:51:17 AM

Doubting Thomas

FFS, quit trying to shoehorn religion into science.

8/10/2018 6:02:36 AM

Malingspann

The real force within an atom is contrived by the higgs field. An atomic black-hole, of sorts, that sucks in God's energy in a precise and meaningful way, all happening inside a newly forming star. Your car is barking in the forest.

8/10/2018 6:20:23 AM

Kanna

Oh Nicholas, there you go again with that "Atomic Physics according to Jesus".

8/10/2018 8:08:25 AM

Anon-e-moose

but that will have to change if you want to claim a place in Jesus Christ's salvation plan


Romans 11:26-32.

Nicole Arse's J-boy's 'Plan' status: Busted.

The only thing that'll have to change is your 'Beliefs'.

...and strange that not one Nobel Prize for Physics etc has been awarded to a fundie Christain, eh?!

8/10/2018 8:11:20 AM

Raspberry

But you have got to have the whole picture to have any confidence in the minor detail.


This is of course, complete illogical bullshit. I'm sure if anyone thinks about this assertion for more than ten seconds they can come up with an example that refutes it.

Anybody want to argue we can't have confidence in "the minor detail" that on the Earth the Sun "rises" in the east because we don't fully understand gravity, let alone quantum mechanics? To argue that barring an impact or "near miss" of a large enough celestial body to alter the orbital behavior of the planet or our star winking out we can't confidently say that this isn't likely to change in the next few billion years?

In this specific instance, we don't need to have a complete demonstrable theory of quantum physics (or everything) to know, or indeed predict, how atoms and molecules interact and behave in our everyday observable interactions with our shared reality. Matter at this level will always be comprised of atoms which in turn are comprised electrons, protons, and neutrons and this and their behavior will remain true no matter what is discovered at either an even more "macro" or "reduced" level.

This will be also true no matter how the "whole picture" of reality sorts out and we don't need to have that picture to have "any" confidence in the "minor detail" which is the most "in your face" basis of observable reality. It matters not whether it's Jebus and His magic energy or The Invisible Pink Unicorn's rainbow farts or no deity at all hiding behind it.

Sean Carroll: "The Big Picture" (63 mins)

8/10/2018 12:10:31 PM

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