Quantum Physics and the Genesis


God was a nerd.

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  1. Hisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle doesn’t give us free will, it just allows a chance that the otherwise set ‘decision’ we would have made may be changed.

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    • uhhh… There is no difference between those two statements. If there was a set course of action that would always happen under certain circumstances then we would have no free will. We would always make the same decisions under the same circumstances. We would have no free will. Because of the Uncertainty Principle we make a decision that is not predetermined in any way. Therefore we have free will.

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  2. unfortunately for you there is no god… just the equations.

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    • hey dude, develop a sense of humour

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      • If you were actually educated you would realize that all the things you said science didn’t prove have already been proven. We live in a zero energy universe. Therefore the big bang is proven. Energy(which matter is a type of) is never created nor destroyed EVER there are no contradictions.

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  3. Tell me, why is it that every time there’s a subject about physics God gets involved. I happen to believe in a supreme being but when I study the disciplines I try to keep them separate, however, for me none of this could happen without my God. Thanks

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