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Atheists something from Nothing alright but just one thing what the Hell is Nothing?

You try to be witty and say things like that. But in your trial to solve a problem you created a bigger one. Nothing? What is it? It's not empty space because that's something. So what is it that you say the universe came from?

Update:

I'm quoting the most popular Atheist on Earth. Charles Dawkins

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  • Anonymous
    6 months ago
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    I keep asking these mental midgets how much dark matter must be in close proximity to the spark for it to work.

  • 6 months ago

    Obvious troll is obvious.... lol @ 'Charles Dawkins'.

    For anyone else reading this - atheists lack belief in 'god(s)', that's it.

    As far as the prevailing scientific theories regarding the origin of the universe - none of them claim 'something from nothing'.  In fact, 'something coming from nothing' would actually *disprove* all of the current theories.

    In  the meantime, inferring the existence of an infinitely more complex 'creator' (who, despite existing did not require creation itself) in order to explain the existence and complexity of the universe is redundant.

  • 6 months ago

    Yeah but,  What did God come from?  

    Something or nothing?  

    You have been lied to and terrorized.

    It's so obvious.   Fear is your religion.

  • ?
    Lv 6
    6 months ago

    Something doesn’t come from nothing. You talk a load of bull$hit and you don’t make sense which is typical of religious nut jobs. You speak through your hole. Nobody knows where the universe came from because that’s beyond human comprehension. You sound ridiculous.

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  • Anonymous
    6 months ago

    There's a very high probability the universe always existed in some form or another. 

  • ?
    Lv 7
    6 months ago

    Here's an explanation written for children, so you should just be able to understand it - https://www.esa.int/kids/en/learn/Our_Universe/Sto...

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