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comment Is it correct to say "any effort using scientific way to prove or disprove God is in vain"?
(The email notification system of SE is kind of imperfect. The problem is: if there is one new comment, I will get notified. But if there are many new comments, then I will only be notified once.) I am not able to justify my 50% probability theory. The idea is based on my experience, that whenever someone claims a certain fact of science points to no-God, I may found it is fully possible/reasonable that a God-exist theory could fit-in quite well. That's how I get the number "50%".
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comment Is it correct to say "any effort using scientific way to prove or disprove God is in vain"?
@KazDragon Yes!
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comment Do we have Nobel prize winners on this SE?
Okay, thank you Kyle.
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comment Do we have Nobel prize winners on this SE?
Thank you. Any other big figures that I could follow? :)
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comment Is the world we are living in discretized?
See my edit and please have some tolerance on duplicates. Thanks:)
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comment Is the world we are living in discretized?
Ah, I see, quantum theory are not that far from our laymen.
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