Wednesday, 10 September 2008

CERN disproves yor sky daddy

those of you who are up to date on science, such as myself, will know that today they will turn on cern which will prove that the universe popped out of nowhere without a sky daddy. Then we will have even more evidence that xians are deluded.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Mike.


For one discussion, check out

http://www.theologyweb.com/campus/showthread.php?t=118185

johnny

Anonymous said...

Hi Mike,

I was wondering something that maybe you can help me with...

You said, "they will turn on cern which will prove that the universe popped out of nowhere without a sky daddy."

What you might help me with, is how in tarnation they are going to accelerate two nothings ( or perhaps it will be two 'nowheres')and collide them in order to get something (higgs boson?).

I mean, you said that you are up to date on science, but i don't recall seeing any Headlines that said, "scientists have captured nothing and now want to make nothing into some thing".

later dude,
johnny

Mike is Wright said...

You idiot. The cern is the first step of proving nothing popped out of nowhere all by itself. One day they will make cern 2.0 and that will prove it beyond any doubt

Anonymous said...

lol

nope, Mike, your wrong.


for no thing to pop out of no where would take energy... which means that there is something and somewhere.



johnny

Mike is Wright said...

well no, actually nothing is a very ustable state and by default pops into something. You really dont know much about science, do you.

jake said...

"well no, actually nothing is a very ustable state and by default pops into something. You really dont know much about science, do you."

I can only say the same thing about you the way you are violating the philosophy of science. Nothing is not an unstable state unless there is energy, but energy is something. hence, something cannot come from nothing. if you say otherwise, we have a name for people who believe that, and they're called "creationists"

Anonymous said...

Mike said:

well no, actually nothing is a very ustable state and by default pops into something. You really dont know much about science, do you.

Sorry Mike, but your original post said something about the "universe popped out of nowhere without a sky daddy".

An unstable state is not "no where" nor is it "no thing".

In fact, i think it would be impossible to prove the existance of a "no thing" or a "no where".

johnny