Can someone explain the math behind this?



09042015, 04:28 PM




RE: Can someone explain the math behind this?
(09042015 03:56 PM)unfogged Wrote: mixed in with a lot of technobabble to try to confuse the issue. Yes, they give some wellknown facts about cosmology and biology and hamfistedly splice absolute nonsequiturs and lies into it. To someone who doesn't know one of the respective fields, this might look very deep, but as soon as you know either the physics or the biology a bit, it becomes obvious instantly that it's just a silly pastiche. Isn't it said of the devil himself that he mixes truth with lies to deceive us? Christians, have a close look at your apologists. Quantum Physics: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. 

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09042015, 04:45 PM
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RE: Can someone explain the math behind this?
(09042015 04:10 PM)Alex K Wrote: But to say that the universe is incredibly improbable is basically committing the lottery fallacy. Exactly! I don't even have to look at any of their "math" to reject this argument. It is meaningless to assign a probability to something that has already happened. Improbable things happen all the time (e.g., people winning the lottery). Once it has happened, the probability that it happened is exactly 100%. 

09042015, 06:07 PM




Can someone explain the math behind this?
Here is his reply as to how he came up with the odds.
makahiya2028, post: 398092, member: 15937 Wrote:theoretical physics, academic theology and statistical reasoning 

09042015, 06:09 PM




RE: Can someone explain the math behind this?
(09042015 06:07 PM)KUSA Wrote: Here is his reply as to how he came up with the odds. That is not an explanation. Skepticism is not a position; it is an approach to claims. Science is not a subject, but a method. 

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09042015, 06:21 PM




RE: Can someone explain the math behind this?
Quote:academic theology Atheism: it's not just for communists any more! America July 4 1776  November 8 2016 RIP 

09042015, 06:25 PM




RE: Can someone explain the math behind this?
I'm sure he meant "theoretical psychics, anemic theology and specious reasoning"
Quantum Physics: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. 

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09042015, 06:34 PM




Can someone explain the math behind this?
He has gone silent on the thread.
I don't know why xtians try to use science and logic to prove their beliefs. It really discredits them as soon as someone challenges it. They can't give an answer. 

09042015, 06:35 PM




RE: Can someone explain the math behind this?
THE UNIVERSE IS UNLIKELY THEREFORE GAAAAAAAAAAWD
Checkmate, atheists. ... this is my signature! 

09042015, 06:37 PM




RE: Can someone explain the math behind this?
(09042015 06:34 PM)KUSA Wrote: He has gone silent on the thread. They could try to fail a bit more gracefully at it. Quantum Physics: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. 

09042015, 06:41 PM




Can someone explain the math behind this?
I wonder what the mathematical statistics are for god being real.




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