greeney2 wrote:I think we all agree the answer of the true beginning, the answer to if the Universe began from absolute nothing, or it the Universe always exsisted, is something Man has not figured out.
Like I said, we've already figured out that the universe hasn't always existed, like about 80 years ago, when Edwin Hubble discovered that the universe is expanding.
Only if membrane theory is correct, in which case this universe wouldn't have had any matter before the big bang, would this universe had supposedly always existed. But I don't believe that the empty membranes would have always existed (for the reason I stated earlier). Perhaps "God" farted them out.....and it's the beans that are eternal.
greeney2 wrote:I don't quite undestand your other ideas but you touch on a unknown energy sourse being first for a "nothing" theory.
No, it's not "nothing," it's something.
greeney2 wrote:An energy sourse that is your theory tha that is unexplainable or definable. Why isn't God a possibility for that energy sourse, since the comprehesion of the true beginning of our universe is so unknown?
Because you're answering one question and replacing it with another question (how did "God" come into being?) of which there's absolutely no evidence for. We're getting ahead of ourselves when we invoke a magic man into the equation. Furthermore, it's up to the believers to prove there is one, since they are the ones claiming that one exists. And if you can't, then as far as science and reality is concerned, it doesn't exist.
I don't understand how you can think it's more plausible that "God" (a being that's infinitely more complex than a universe) could come from "nothing" than it is for a universe to come from "nothing."