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  1. Given the enormous size of the Universe and the unimaginable number of stars in it, we can assume the probability of the birth and development of some exceptionally powerful entity somewhere, independent of matter and residing, for example, in some form of energy. Without a doubt, for the star system in which she was born, she would be divine. But this does not change the fact that neither the universe, nor its own planetary system, it could not create. Plus, in any form, it would need to restore the constantly wasted energy, so it would eat if not hamburgers, then the radiation of the star. And to do anything without energy costs is impossible in principle. No matter how powerful it may be, in order to create or destroy something, this something must receive energy from somewhere, otherwise either it was not possible to perform work, or the first principle of thermodynamics was violated.

  2. The size of the universe is of secondary importance…the main thing is quite different – everywhere and everywhere they rule, control and decide the fate of the Queen pawns/Princes/Bosses/Leaders – even in a very small group/pack, and even more so in the Universe.

    Without Management, only a garbage dump is possible.

  3. If the universe were infinite, then all possible events, including the most unlikely ones, would be realized in it. And there will be infinitely many of these events. For example, there is a possibility that somewhere there is an exact copy of myself sitting at exactly the same computer, on exactly the same Earth, answering exactly the same question. And since the universe is infinite, there are infinitely many of me.

    But seriously, science has proven that according to the Big Bang theory, which no one has yet refuted, the universe, or rather the space where it is located, is finite, but it has no boundaries. That is, going on a hypothetical journey through the Universe strictly in a straight line after some time you will find yourself at the same point from where you started your journey.

    Yes, and you are unlikely to meet God there. Do not learn physics at school and the world will be full of wonders and magic for you.

  4. The logic of the question is flawed. An infinite set doesn't necessarily cover everything that exists. For example, an infinite set of natural numbers contains infinite sets of even and odd numbers.

    It does not follow that the universe, whatever the properties of finiteness, infinity, or pulsation in proto-space, it would not have, would also have a God.

    Maybe there is, and maybe not.

  5. Give a definition of” God ” (or several, point by point), then it makes sense to discuss his existence. Depending on the definition, the answer to the question may vary.

  6. I won't answer too hard, I'll answer simply. The answer depends on your personal definition of God. So God for you can be a more developed consciousness that occupies a higher level in the hierarchy, but still exists within the physics of the universe (in the finer dimensions of the physical). In addition, you can also call God what is created by your own consciousness or the collective consciousness of a group of people. People have been doing this for their entire conscious existence and will continue to do so for a long time to come. All these “creatures” also exist within the physical universe. They are not embodied, they are not materialized, and their existence cannot be considered a habitual life, i.e. they do not live. This is not life, but a form of energetic existence in the corresponding space density of the physical universe. All this is physics, although you may think otherwise. Well, here is what you most likely meant by the word GOD, Supreme, Absolute, etc. Here are many names for what has no names and descriptions. Here he is (and this is not an indication of gender), DOES NOT live and DOES NOT exist within all the dimensions and densities of the physical Universe. It does NOT EXIST and yet it is present in separate aspects in the physical universe. How exactly it is present and how it is expressed is a completely different conversation. But the reality is that it is the NON-existent that gives rise to all forms of existence, including what we call life (being).

  7. The cause cannot be part of the effect, nor can God or the creator be part of the universe in which he supposedly exists. That is, where was God before the universe existed? Or in other words, if a certain intelligence, which we call God, participated in the creation of the universe. then it existed before the universe. For example, if you exaggerate a little, a person created a certain supercomputer and modeled his Big Ben, then according to the laid-down laws of development in virtual space, a certain universe will be formed in which its own intelligent life is possible, for which the world around will be more than real. Can a person be considered a God in this case? Someone will say yes, someone will say not quite, but one thing is obvious, a person is not a part of this, from our point of view, the virtual world.

  8. It is more accurate to say that there is everything in our infinite reality that can only exist. You're right about that.

    So if God is something INSIDE our world, then of course he is. However, all world religions say that on the contrary, God is somewhere “outside”, unknowable. This version of God certainly does not exist in reality.

  9. if God is a living being, then he can live without food for 30 days, without water for 10 days, without air for 5 minutes, and at a temperature of minus 273.15 degrees for no more than 1 second. so God died before he was born. what god are the dark people talking about? it was invented by wild ape-men and people with higher education believe them. there are 8 more axioms of a different approach.

  10. No,�

    in an infinite universe, you can find all possible combinations of particles, all aggregations of them, the probability of which is non-zero, but God is not a combination of particles of the Universe. After all, God is understood as a being who supposedly created the universe, that is, obviously not consisting of elementary particles, but preceding the Universe and particles.

    A super-developed civilization, which can probably be found in an infinite universe, is still not Gods in this sense, since it still originated inside our Universe secondarily to the Universe, and they are not its creators.

  11. a logical trick. first, we come up with the concept of “g-d”. then we stretch its properties to contain everything and have all the properties. it is infinite, it is omnipresent, omniscient, beginningless, blah blah.. a kind of complete relativism.. then we prove, or rather confirm for ourselves, that he has always been in the universe, because this comes from our already established conclusions. This is the “I'm talking to myself” scheme. but in this case, the district doctor does not knock, and the person receives a diploma of theologian, and a fee from the Pope, profit! here it is theology! Great power of thought! actually, God in Christianity, specifically one of the three, the one who is the way and the truth, he is according to the Nicene-Tsargrad symbol of faith- ” born of the father before all ages.”.. when dogmas are formed in such an interpretation and formulation, it is generally clear with whom you are dealing. Regional State Administration? poor wits are a sin, my children.�

    Arguing with creationists on the subject of evolution is very similar to trying to play chess with a pigeon — it rolls chess pieces, shits on the board, and then flies back to its flock to claim its “victory.”— Scott Weizenhoffer

  12. No. First, “The universe is infinite and simultaneously expanding” (the Einstein-Friedman paradox). That is, the universe is finite in time and limited within a mega-space, but within this mega-space there can be an unlimited amount of matter (the universe is theoretically inexhaustible and its elements are infinitely divisible). As for God, He is by definition outside of time and space, because He is their cause (cause of occurrence). To clarify your point, close your eyes. Now imagine that you have a piece of paper in front of you. Now mentally imagine that this sheet is infinite in all directions. Presented (well, at least so that it fills the entire space of your imagination). Now draw a small circle on the sheet with a pen. Now imagine that this circle has started to expand? Presented? Now realize that it will expand infinitely in space. Now think about it, because the circle on the sheet is drawn, that is, the sheet and the circle itself are different things, the first is made of paper, the second is ink. Here. Now let's move on to the analogy. God is the “leaf” in our example. It is infinite, eternal, indivisible, and so on. And the circle in the center in ink is the universe. It is painted “on God”, but it is not God and does not consist of Him. And it will never reach the level of God, because its infinity is only potential, and the infinity of God is real. I understand that the analogy is rough, but I think it's a good place to start (in fact, it's even more complicated).

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