Where does the world come from?

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Nobody can tell because of incomplete/absence of data. One can try to explain it with supernatural stuff but it would be the same for a detective to try to elucidate a mystery by concluding that the author of a certain crime was probably a ghost or a werewolf or other hypothetical being...it's kinda lazy. Never watched Scooby Doo ? :p

I believe it would be just hasty and imprudent to extrapolate,concluding with insufficient data.

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Myri chan I understand where you’re coming from. I still do not understand one question which seemingly has nothing to do with lack of DATA or information. Question being where does the world come from? And any answer like the Big Bang or along those “data” lines.. begs the question, where does the Big Bang coe from? Where does atoms which is a creation like anything else come from? Arnt we forced to say there’s something that is not limited by time and space and Therefore always was and dosnt need to be created? Which we call God?
would LOVE to hear an answer or opinion on this comment

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Quote by Joe880Myri chan I understand where you’re coming from. I still do not understand one question which seemingly has nothing to do with lack of DATA or information. Question being where does the world come from? And any answer like the Big Bang or along those “data” lines.. begs the question, where does the Big Bang coe from? Where does atoms which is a creation like anything else come from? Arnt we forced to say there’s something that is not limited by time and space and Therefore always was and dosnt need to be created? Which we call God?
would LOVE to hear an answer or opinion on this comment

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The universe is vast and at the moment we can barely explore nearby celestial bodies, so i guess that serious data is lacking.Science progressed a lot but many things still and will stay undiscovered.
I personally think that the word creation (ex nihilo) is in itself not scientifical at all because not technical.Ex nihilo nihil fit.
Regarding the question of this topic where does the world come from? I would just say : ?
religious/mythological cosmogony is unfortunately just poetical at best,it use intuitive reasoning based on emotions not facts. Using Spiritualism (philosophy) is non scientific.

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What I was trying to bring out had nothing to do with any religion rather with just pure logic. From a logical prospective everything in this world comes from something if so where does the world come from. Seemingly logically we are forced to say there was something that is not in the limitations of time and space that didn’t need to be created. ( therefore seemingly in this case any science is irrelevant) just like I would never say that there’s a human being in this world that came from matter and not from a womb, science would be irrelevant because I know he has to have come from something and nothing will change that. So too this world has to come from something. Being that we need a beginning point that’s not limited by time and space so it doesn’t need to be created, thats what would I call god, nothing to do with religion rather from a logical standpoint.


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According to what I’m saying god is very scientific

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In other word my question is not where does the world from, because that’s assuming that matter can just be there. My question is where does matter come from for any scientific research to even begin? Obviously something would need to create it

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The idea of a self created supreme being to solve the ex nihilo issue is very imaginative, speculative and unsatisfying.

Some would prefer to choose Pascal's Wager others like me can't trust official teachings because all of them contain scientific absurdities. Even being a deist require imagination, relying on facts is more prudent.. Just my opinion tho ;)

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