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This maybe disprove god but what do you think of it?

Discussion in 'Physical & Life Sciences' started by Principium, Jun 27, 2019.

  1. Brightmoon

    Brightmoon Apes and humans are all in family Hominidae.

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    no ,it’s simply a hypothesis but there is evidence for dark energy. Dark matter affects ordinary matter in such a way that we know it’s there but we can’t detect it the way we can with ordinary matter. There are no dogmas in science, everything we know can be changed by the addition of new data
     
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  2. Tone

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    Is that ^ dogma?

    *Or is the only dogma..."no dogma"?
     
  3. Tone

    Tone "Whenever Thou humblest me, Thou makest me great." Supporter

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    Hmmmmm...this sounds familiar...

    *..."substance of things hoped for...evidence of things unseen..."
     
  4. klutedavid

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    We know that dark energy is out there do we?

    Scientists have been searching for "dark matter" – an unknown and invisible substance thought to make up the vast majority of matter in the universe – for nearly a century. The reason for this persistence is that dark matter is needed to account for the fact that galaxies don't seem to obey the fundamental laws of physics. However, dark matter searches have remained unsuccessful. But there are other approaches to make sense of why galaxies behave so strangely. Our new study, published in the Journal of Cosmology and Astroparticle Physics, shows that, by tweaking the laws of gravity on the enormous scales of galaxies, we may not actually need dark matter after all. (phys.org/news/2019-01-dark-alternative-theory.html)
     
  5. klutedavid

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    The real dogma is that you can understand the universe by observing the universe. That is the persistent dogma which generates the paradox.

    Through centuries of observing the universe we end up discovering, that the universe cannot be observed after all.
     
  6. ruthiesea

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    Not dogma, but questions to be answered. What you call invisible is in fact undetectable by today’s technology, just as microbes once were. But we don’t know what knowledge tomorrow might bring.

    There is no dogma in science, only a search for more knowledge. Science is built on skepticism. As Isaac Asimov said, “The most exciting phrase to hear in science, the one that heralds new discoveries, is not 'Eureka!' but 'That's funny...'”.
     
  7. Tone

    Tone "Whenever Thou humblest me, Thou makest me great." Supporter

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    Ha ha...scientists have been searching for faith for nearly a century...
     
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  8. Tone

    Tone "Whenever Thou humblest me, Thou makest me great." Supporter

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    Again...why so dogmatic about non-dogma?
     
  9. Astrophile

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    It's like saying 'We are all fallible, therefore we may be wrong in thinking that we are fallible, therefore we may be infallible.'
     
  10. FrumiousBandersnatch

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    It's just word games in lieu of argument.
     
  11. Principium

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    I don`t like science so much anymore, they seem to just want to know everything in attempt to exploit
     
  12. Principium

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    I don`t believe in dark energy and matter, but if it really did exist I could perhaps ask god about it, I don`t know, yes I know he does
     
  13. FrumiousBandersnatch

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    You're not expected to believe in dark energy or dark matter. The fact is that there are a number of cosmological observations that are currently unexplained, and the best hypotheses to account for those observations at present are a repulsive energy built into the fabric of spacetime (dark energy), and unknown particles that have a gravitational effect but don't interact significantly with light or other particles (dark matter).

    Some confusion has been caused because the terms 'dark energy' and 'dark matter' are often used for the unexplained phenomena themselves, although they just represent the most likely explanations for the phenomena.
     
  14. FrumiousBandersnatch

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    Science is the discovery part. The exploitation of science is done by politicians, industrialists, and technologists.
     
  15. Principium

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    Yes, future till tell if it`s really true or not :)
     
  16. Principium

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    Do you think god will punish people for making fake claims about changing climate?
     
  17. FrumiousBandersnatch

    FrumiousBandersnatch Well-Known Member

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    No (check my 'Faith' status) ;)
     
  18. Principium

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    But, they spread bad emotions
     
  19. FrumiousBandersnatch

    FrumiousBandersnatch Well-Known Member

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    I'm sorry, I don't understand what you're getting at. Can you clarify?
     
  20. Principium

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    They make fake claims about our climate going bad because of polution and so forth, it makes me sad sort of, especially when it`s not true, don`t you agree? :p
     
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