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what i am trying to say here is that op is a troll and he is fire baiting.


...NAAAAWWWWWW!!!!!

At which post of their last fifteen or twenty "Discuss" threads did you figure that out?



I looked into it.....



sir's...... we have a bait'er here....
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I believe the universe has always been here and no one created it. Big bang is the closest to the truth. I'm pretty sure black holes are a lot more explained on the WIKI if you need to know.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_hole
Stop being so ignorant of the truth. Drop your faith for ones -.-
I dropped mine...well, I never had faith tbh.
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Yes, God created black holes. Or, at the very least, God set into motion the system which allows them to exist. Just like everything else. Black holes are not "evil", there is no reason to believe they go against God. (Technically, God encompasses all things, including evil. But I digress) Black holes serve a beautiful purpose. They allow galaxies to exist. I also consider it highly likely that the center of the universe (where the big bang occured) is home to the largest supermassive black hole of all, which all of the galaxies orbit.
Black holes, for the record, are not holes at all. They are actually the most solid things in the universe. They are composed of dark matter, a substance of such great density that a penny made from it would weigh tons. So they are not portals to anywhere, although I suppose anything that kills you could be considered a portal to heaven.


In a dozen-trillion years, there wont be anything in the universe except lonely, roaming black holes. All the galaxies, nebulae, quasars, planets, will have long drifted far away from one another and freeze from the greatly declining heat in the universe. (We're already at a stage where the universe is MUCH colder than it used to be). Everything will have subsequently been deconstructed by black holes. I seriously wonder what happens after that stage of the universe.


Maybe when humanity nears that point of the universe they finally invent time travel because there is no future. So a mass exodus is made to the past. They settle on distant planets, so that we never encounter them. Along the way, they build the pyramids.

Although personally, while it's no longer en vogue, I always liked the "big crunch" theory. If the entire universe collapses upon itself, then big bangs all over again. Or, possibly God and/or whatever cosmic/quantum force/principle created the big bang just causes a new one to extend the effective life of the universe. Or maybe the universe just plain is done at that point. But maybe it doesn't matter, because there's plenty more m-theory style universes where that came from.

Or maybe we all realize time is an illusion and the universe is simply viewed as a painting with the big bang in the upper left corner and the "heat death" or whatever in the lower right and the canvas simply ran out of space. And there's a beauty in that as well, if the universe did not end the painting would be forever unfinished.
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cleruninja wrote:


netdisorder wrote:


cleruninja wrote:

Yes, God created black holes. Or, at the very least, God set into motion the system which allows them to exist. Just like everything else. Black holes are not "evil", there is no reason to believe they go against God. (Technically, God encompasses all things, including evil. But I digress) Black holes serve a beautiful purpose. They allow galaxies to exist. I also consider it highly likely that the center of the universe (where the big bang occured) is home to the largest supermassive black hole of all, which all of the galaxies orbit.
Black holes, for the record, are not holes at all. They are actually the most solid things in the universe. They are composed of dark matter, a substance of such great density that a penny made from it would weigh tons. So they are not portals to anywhere, although I suppose anything that kills you could be considered a portal to heaven.


In a dozen-trillion years, there wont be anything in the universe except lonely, roaming black holes. All the galaxies, nebulae, quasars, planets, will have long drifted far away from one another and freeze from the greatly declining heat in the universe. (We're already at a stage where the universe is MUCH colder than it used to be). Everything will have subsequently been deconstructed by black holes. I seriously wonder what happens after that stage of the universe.


Maybe when humanity nears that point of the universe they finally invent time travel because there is no future. So a mass exodus is made to the past. They settle on distant planets, so that we never encounter them. Along the way, they build the pyramids.

Although personally, while it's no longer en vogue, I always liked the "big crunch" theory. If the entire universe collapses upon itself, then big bangs all over again. Or, possibly God and/or whatever cosmic/quantum force/principle created the big bang just causes a new one to extend the effective life of the universe. Or maybe the universe just plain is done at that point. But maybe it doesn't matter, because there's plenty more m-theory style universes where that came from.

Or maybe we all realize time is an illusion and the universe is simply viewed as a painting with the big bang in the upper left corner and the "heat death" or whatever in the lower right and the canvas simply ran out of space. And there's a beauty in that as well, if the universe did not end the painting would be forever unfinished.


I think the big-crunch theory's pretty cool. That and the multiple universe theory. I mean just imagine if it all basically resets, even if these unique conscious minds of ours are to die, we may subjectively exist sometime at another point in another vastly different time when all the components come together perfectly with the matter to make us be alive again in an entire different universe, who knows, a million big-crunches later, not that it would matter how long it took though.
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1. Create religion thread

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3. Profit
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Oh no, a creationist vs scientist thread!
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Why ask us if you can ask God himself?
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netdisorder wrote:
I think the big-crunch theory's pretty cool. That and the multiple universe theory. I mean just imagine if it all basically resets, even if these unique conscious minds of ours are to die, we may subjectively exist sometime at another point in another vastly different time when all the components come together perfectly with the matter to make us be alive again in an entire different universe, who knows, a million big-crunches later, not that it would matter how long it took though.

One theory is that each bang-crunch cycle would play out identically to the last. You may have lived your life a billion times already. Not that the number of times would have any meaning.
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Applying the theory of relativity to black holes, physics breaks down and theoretical physicists derive a solution of infinity. Anything beyond the event horizon is theorized to be a singularity, so a point of infinite mass in almost zero space. Still I wonder if there would be enough space for all of our internet trolls....
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Im doing everything in my power to resist being a typical fedora tipper. So to avoid that; Yes your magic man in the sky created black holes.
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No, the earth was created in 7 days just 3 thousand hours ago and unicorns were hidden from us, but they really exist...

Everything you know and have experienced is a lie. We're all just a story book controlled by the SUPREME BEING WOOOOWOoooowoooOO

Mixing science with religion.. lol. Why don't you ask "god" yourself? Surely he'll answer.


But seriously, if it didn't say it in your religious(wacky) book, like... Koalas for example. Surely god had no idea black holes even existed. I'm sorry to offend but when people ask seriously illogical questions in a logical manner, I can't help but laugh. No. Santa doesn't bring you presents on the eve of December 25th. That's just your parents sneaking in presents under the tree when you fall to sleep. The milk and cookies? Well, those are thrown (In my house anyway). Adults generally don't have metabolisms for saturated sweets. I do enjoy the milk after I add some ice :)

I guess to interject some serious dialogue into your thread instead of just attacks against your theology.

If, "God" Created the universe who created, "God"? And who created the entity that created god? and who created the entity that created the entity that created, "god"? Or if your answer is, "well god just 'is' " Well, I would respond, "Couldn't the universe just 'be' as well?"

I believe black holes and water, and living conditions on earth just, "are". There was and is no god. So I would say, "No. God did not create black holes because it was man who created, "god".



i suppose that you could say that the universe can just "be" as well, or at least you could, if you science hadn't already disproved that.

Also, what reason would man have to create God? you could say "to explain things that we don't understand," but what about every other facet of life that is affected by religion? i know from experience that being a christian makes you feel guilty about a lot of things that other people find normal. cursing would be my primary example. Why would man "create" God for themselves and then use him to justify not doing things that are harmless? And if God doesn't exist, then who was Jesus Christ? whether you believe in God or not, you cannot deny that Jesus did walk the earth, and he is the most influential man in human history. i wonder why...
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Did black holes create God?
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dyme420 wrote:

Adults generally don't have metabolisms for saturated sweets. I do enjoy the milk after I add some ice ):.

I-..
I'm sorry bro. I wish you could enjoy the finer point of life that is saturated sugary goodness.
W-Wow.. That must really suck. :c
I feel for you man.
Posted 11/12/15
Santa made everything else though
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I'm agnostic/don't know which religion to believe in, anyway, based off multiple religions basing off creationism, I'd bet that yes God even created black holes, most likely to show how powerful he is maybe?
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