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Religion & Philosophy Discuss 'Scientists use mathematical calculations to PROVE the existence of God' at the General Discussion; As headlines go, it's certainly an eyecatching one. "Scientists Prove Existence of God," German daily Die Welt wrote last week. ... 

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As headlines go, it's certainly an eyecatching one. "Scientists Prove Existence of God," German daily Die Welt wrote last week.Computer Scientists 'Prove' God Exists  ABC News Most criticism of Gödel's proof is aimed at its axioms: As with any proof in any logical system, if the axioms the proof depends on are doubted, then the conclusions can be doubted. This is particularly applicable to Gödel's proof, because it rests on five axioms that are all questionable. The proof does not say that the conclusion has to be correct, but rather that if you accept the axioms, then the conclusion is correct.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/G%C3%B...ological_proof
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Re: 'Scientists use mathematical calculations to PROVE the existence of God'
Where has anyone here touted it as absolute? Answer: NO where. The message given in the post was "make of it what you will."
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Allow me to rephrase. Science shows global warming? It's a hoax. ONE CLAIM to math "proving" the existence of God? Tout it
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IOW, you change your statement because you know you HAD to rephrase it.
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Geez dude. Your entire originating article is a b.s. claim. But you want to gloat over me eliminating two words. Yes. Those two words were wrong. I have the honesty to admit that. Now, do you have the intellectual honesty necessary to address the flaws in the article you presented? Or is getting me to eliminate two words all you got?
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As I said, make of it what you will. You did, so you did what I wanted you to do; I'm not defending the article.
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Then why did you post it? Considering your history of postings and all.
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Originally Posted by TiredRetired View Post Damn shame it couldn't have been a father / son event. IMHO. 
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