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The "God-Particle" and God

nawlins72 Wrote: Jul 10, 2012 1:06 AM
"One must have a great deal of respect for the atheist who recognizes the consequences of atheism: no meaning, no purpose, no good and evil beyond subjective opinion" More dishonesty or intellectual laziness. Many an atheist hold to an objective morality. "But the atheist -- scientist, philosophy professor, or your brother-in-law who sells insurance -- who denies the consequences of atheism is as worthy of the same intellectual respect atheists have for those who believe in a six thousand-year-old universe." And here Prager shows that he is actually dishonest. Instead of encouraging debate and an honest search for truth, he outright states, anyone who doesn't accept my premise is not honest and is not worthy of discussiion.
They found the "God-Particle."

That was the headline in many of America's news media. It turns out that the name actually derives from substituting "God-particle" for "goddamn particle," the original name some scientists had given the elusive particle. But the media adopted the former nomenclature.


Because otherwise, the bulk of humanity would not pay attention. Physicists went nuts. And no one can blame them. For decades, they have searched for the particle that may explain why there is any mass in the universe. And ten billion dollars were spent on the machine that probably proved its existence.

It is therefore not meant in...

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