Still waiting for your explanation for this flying Vauxhall VXR in this edition of BBC's "Top Gear", Collapsedarse.
...or Syd Mead and Robert Zemeckis got it right with their police 'Spinners' in "Blade Runner" & the DeLorean Time Machine with future add-ons in the "Back To The Future" films respectively.
1- When a distinguished but elderly scientist states that something is possible, he is almost certainly right. When he states that something is impossible, he is very probably wrong.
2- The only way of discovering the limits of the possible is to venture a little way past them into the impossible.
3- Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.
-Arthur C. Clarke
He wrote "The Sentinel" in 1948 - which would ultimately become "2001: A Space Odyssey" - way before 1968, when the film version of the same by Stanley Kubrick was released. A year before Armstrong's 'One Small Step For Man'.
In an electronics hobbyists magazine in 1945, Clarke posited the notion of electronic devices placed in orbit, to relay radio signals from one side of the world to another. Guess who was recruited to be the senior technical advisor to the project called 'Telstar' just 16 years later?
What you're using right now certainly relies on the concept that Arthur C. Clarke had published in an electronics magazine in 1945, which came to fruition with Telstar in 1961 & beyond: Telecommunications Satellites. Is the Internet that you and I are using the product of the 'Supernatural', Collapsedarse? Yes or No.
A century ago, Einstein came up with his Theory of Relativity. When two black holes collided, sending ripples in space-time, he was proved right.
Prof. Stephen Hawking can prove the existence of at least eleven dimensions. I refer you to Dr. Samuel Hayden, and his knowledge of interdimensional travel in id Software's "DOOM IV".
PROTIP: The LHC in Geneva.
Did you know that if a magnetic field is intense enough, it can cause organic matter - certainly lifeforms - to levitate?
What Nikola Tesla was capable of all those years ago, would make you shit your entire digestive tract out Prolapsedarse, it's that terrifying.
I refer you to the above scene from "Top Gear", and that flying Vauxhall VXR. Either science can destroy the so-called 'Supernatural' by proving you wrong - and therefore even your 'God' doesn't exist - or what you claim is 'Supernatural' is just fakery, with stooges employed by the illusionist (I refer you to Penn & Teller), thus 'Demons' don't exist, and your entire argument is, like your so-called 'Supernatural', and therefore your 'God', nonexistent.
I'll tell you what else is nonexistent:
A strange nonexistent thing that can be seen by thousands of people outside Buckingham Palace at the celebrations of Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee in 2012, and the millions in London as a whole, then.
Rainbows - as they are easily explainable, even by a child using basic apparatus - destroy the so-called 'Supernatural'. Air? Smoke introduced into the airstream during wind tunnel tests to determine the aerodynamics of a vehicle/aircraft. Atoms? Electron Microscopes.
Prove the existence of the 'Soul' using empirical secular peer reviewed evidence, or you therefore admit that not only the 'Supernatural', but the 'Afterlife' and even your 'God' doesn't exist.
Because that 'Tribulation' is certainly happening, isn't it?! If anything, Atheism is on the increase, as fundie Christainity is dying. Good. If this BS of yours is what you consider to be 'credible' to sane people, then fundie Christainity & it's superstitious bullshit has no right to exist, and is asking to be destroyed. Your BS has no right to be listened to/read/considered credible, until you can come up with empirical secular peer reviewed evidence to the contrary.
...we Atheists demand to be proved wrong. But then, if your 'God' existed, he'd be able to announce his existence by himself - and no, not 'Jesus', he's not allowed - via appearing to every person on the planet simultaneously; ah, but then, you & all your ilk would be out of a job; indeed: you'd be out of a religion.
If all you fundie Christains can come up with the only possible answer as to why he can't appear to all of us simultaneously, then congratulations: You've discovered why we're Atheists. Here's a biscuit.
This packet of plain chocolate Hob Nobs exists. Therefore it is superior to your 'God', and the 'Supernatural' doesn't exist. NEXT!
All praise the almighty Hob Nob!