What is the purpose of a human life?


  • @alwaysstranger tell me more about this bing bang theory that u know


  • @alwaysstranger first i'm criticizing that big-bang theory that most of atheist believes in It violates the first law of thermodynamics, which says you can't create or destroy matter or energy. Critics claim that the big bang theory suggests the universe began out of nothing. Proponents of the big bang theory say that such criticism is unwarranted for two reasons. The first is that the big bang doesn't address the creation of the universe, but rather the evolution of it. The other reason is that since the laws of science break down as you approach the creation of the universe, there's no reason to believe the first law of thermodynamics would apply.

    also

    Some critics say that the formation of stars and galaxies violates the law of entropy, which suggests systems of change become less organized over time. But if you view the early universe as completely homogeneous and isotropic, then the current universe shows signs of obeying the law of entropy.

    Some astrophysicists and cosmologists argue that scientists have misinterpreted evidence like the redshift of celestial bodies and the cosmic microwave background radiation. Some cite the absence of exotic cosmic bodies that should have been the product of the big bang according to the theory.

    The early inflationary period of the big bang appears to violate the rule that nothing can travel faster than the speed of light. Proponents have a few different responses to this criticism. One is that at the start of the big bang, the theory of relativity didn't apply. As a result, there was no issue with traveling faster than the speed of light. Another related response is that space itself can expand faster than the speed of light, as space falls outside the domain of the theory of gravity.


  • @alwaysstranger

    Can you remind me where according to you God come from?

    yeah,.through this


  • @alwaysstranger damn!!! ( ͡° ʖ̯ ͡°) ill find another one.


  • @alwaysstranger thats rude if u were downvoting mine too


  • @ragnar-lothbrok said in What is the purpose of a human life?:

    @alwaysstranger first i'm criticizing that big-bang theory that most of atheist believes in It violates the first law of thermodynamics, which says you can't create or destroy matter or energy.

    Can you remind me where according to you God came from?

    Nothing?

    Wow you're such a hypocrite

    Critics claim that the big bang theory suggests the universe began out of nothing. Proponents of the big bang theory say that such criticism is unwarranted for two reasons. The first is that the big bang doesn't address the creation of the universe, but rather the evolution of it. The other reason is that since the laws of science break down as you approach the creation of the universe, there's no reason to believe the first law of thermodynamics would apply.

    also

    Some critics say that the formation of stars and galaxies violates the law of entropy, which suggests systems of change become less organized over time. But if you view the early universe as completely homogeneous and isotropic, then the current universe shows signs of obeying the law of entropy.

    Some astrophysicists and cosmologists argue that scientists have misinterpreted evidence like the redshift of celestial bodies and the cosmic microwave background radiation. Some cite the absence of exotic cosmic bodies that should have been the product of the big bang according to the theory.

    The early inflationary period of the big bang appears to violate the rule that nothing can travel faster than the speed of light. Proponents have a few different responses to this criticism. One is that at the start of the big bang, the theory of relativity didn't apply. As a result, there was no issue with traveling faster than the speed of light. Another related response is that space itself can expand faster than the speed of light, as space falls outside the domain of the theory of gravity.

    Here's a good explanation for ya


  • @one please don't get him started Again.


  • You don’t have to worry
    You don’t have to hurry
    You just have to learn to enjoy
    You don’t have to make it
    You don’t have to take it
    You just have to learn to enjoy
    Enjoy what you feel
    That’s all that is real
    Enjoy what you feel inside
    If you want to live your life
    Live your life in joy


  • @ragnar-lothbrok If creator is the all father and everyone on this mortal realm are his kids.
    Then would a father want his kids to be happy, help one another, progress in life or would he want his kids to keep praising him/ singing about him/ praying to him?


  • In my opinion, we are here to live. we are nothing more than animals... with a bigger brain.... which makes us try to grasp at any sort of meaning to our existence...


  • @ragnar-lothbrok Oh come on you've had this same argument yesterday for hours.
    People have been fighting on it for eons and neither side has accepted defeat not just because of their beliefs but because of their egos.
    Can we please avoid GOD for some time.


  • What if the universe is just a series of stop-motion images that create this incredibly messed up film? And our spirits are inhabiting these sad-sacks of flesh and bone in order to entertain ourselves and others in some higher dimensional plane?


  • i dont know rag i have yet to find out.


  • There is none but the one you create for yourself.


  • @ragnar-lothbrok said in What is the purpose of a human life?:

    @alwaysstranger said in What is the purpose of a human life?:

    @ragnar-lothbrok god doesn't exist and there isn't any original purpose, you create your own purpose

    If God doesnt exist then who created everything? Did we just come from no where? Who made every system in life? Like digestive system, how baby is formed? Who created all planets? Or everything came from no where?

    Hey. Do you know Stephen Hawking?


  • @ragnar-lothbrok said in What is the purpose of a human life?:

    @alwaysstranger said in What is the purpose of a human life?:

    @ragnar-lothbrok god doesn't exist and there isn't any original purpose, you create your own purpose

    If God doesnt exist then who created everything? Did we just come from no where? Who made every system in life? Like digestive system, how baby is formed? Who created all planets? Or everything came from no where?

    who created god? Saying nobody created the universe isn't illogical according to science since space and time started at the big bang therefore there was no time before the big bang but saying god did it is illogical since there was no time before the big bang.

    Here is stephen hawking explaining why the belief in a god is unjustified/that god doesn't exist:

    (long version)

    (last 3 min of the 35 min documentary)


  • @ragnar-lothbrok said in What is the purpose of a human life?:

    @alwaysstranger look at this dude

    Here's an average atheist like me responding to the video:



  • @one its okay bro..
    either way where is today's poetry?


  • @ragnar-lothbrok said in What is the purpose of a human life?:

    @alwaysstranger damn!!! ( ͡° ʖ̯ ͡°) ill find another one.

    I the 1st 20 seconds of the vid the guy admits that he thinks adam and eve really existed which lowered my expectations of the video to 0 and i stopped watching






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