As demonstrated by scientific inquiry, reality is extraordinary, peculiar, miraculous-appearing, and astounding. Given that science unveils more profound mysteries, it is beyond comprehension why individuals would necessitate religious entities such as preternatural beings, heavens and hells, and gods and demons; to the best of an objective observer's ability, they are entirely illusory. Individuals interested in scientific investigation may have formed a disconcerting supposition that the ordinary components of existence—such as buildings, automobiles, vegetation, atmosphere, and the planet—comprise only a minute portion of a significantly more expansive reality.
A multitude of discoveries were achieved without God...
A visualization of the collision of two galaxies has been made public by the European Southern Observatory, which maintains telescopes in Chile. It occurred over seventy billion years ago. That much time was necessary for light to reach Earth at that velocity. Presently, observing the image is the same as retracing the progression of incalculable eons.
Preceding the 20th century, the term "reality" encompassed all stimuli that were perceptible to human beings through sight, contact, and hearing.
Ever since the publication of the electromagnetic spectrum chart, it has been recognized that the senses of sight, smell, touch, and hearing only represent a millionth of the truth regarding the world.
Scientific inquiry has guided humanity along an extraordinary trajectory of revelations.
With the exception of red blood cells, every cell within the organism harbors an estimated six feet of DNA. Considering the approximate number of 37 trillion cells in the human body, an individual might consist of 30 billion miles of DNA.
The velocity of our present state is considerably in excess of that of a projectile. The estimated speed of the galaxy through the universe is 1.3 million miles per hour, while the speeds of the planet and the solar system are as follows: 67,000 miles per hour for the planet due to its orbit around the sun, 486,000 miles per hour for the solar system's whirl around the Milky Way galaxy, and 1,000 miles per hour for the Earth's equatorial rotation. (The velocity of a projectile is 3,000 mph.)
Is it conceivable that as velocity increases, time could decelerate and dimensions would contract? Albert Einstein's famous E=MC2 equation established the interchangeability of matter and energy. The matter-to-energy conversion at Hiroshima in 1945 was measured to be below a dime.
What are subatomic particles in reference to? They may manifest as either waves or objects with varying periods. They seem to coexist in numerous locations concurrently. There are specific "virtual particles" that manifest and vanish in a vacuum. They constitute "the stuff of which dreams are composed."
The overwhelming majority of matter's mass or weight is composed of protons and neutrons, which are both composed of three quarks. Nevertheless, the cumulative mass of three quarks is below 1% of that which constitutes a proton or neutron. The strong nuclear force, which binds particles, is theorists' estimate of the entity accountable for 99 percent of the mass.
Comparable to the vacuum of the night sky are atoms. On the contrary, matter that exhibits a solid appearance results from the mutual repulsion of the negative exterior electrons of these cavities. A disintegrating star undergoes a transformation from atomic voids to pulsars, solid masses exclusively composed of neutrons that have a minimum mass of 10 million tons per thimbleful, due to the influence of intense gravity.
"Every minute, your body and mine generate 300 million new cells," as stated in The Mysteries of Existence. "One thousand 600-page books could be filled with the information contained in the DNA molecule of each cell."
From this, what conclusion is it possible to deduce?
I have mine.. In the absence of factual evidence, the black book of fables penned by goat herders is unfit for human sustenance.
Does the inability to comprehend the non-existence of God become that difficult? Are religions Cults?
The Mystery of Existence: Why Is There Anything At All?
by John Leslie (Editor), Robert Lawrence Kuhn (Editor)
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