Atheists say they are close to finding God

Friends,

This is ironic.

For almost a decade, atheists have looked for the God particle. Now that they say they are close, they want to start calling something else …..

Finding the God particle.

Naturally, they have spent billions and want more. And they still won’t admit there is a God.

Should we give them billions more?

Wayne

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14 Responses to Atheists say they are close to finding God

  1. limey says:

    Actually Wayne, its always been called the Higgs Boson. Its later that it also became known as the God Partical, probably by a journalist after a catchy headline.

    • Wayne says:

      😉

      How have you been? Don’t tell me you have been chasing the higgs-boson, aka, ‘God-paarticle?’

      Wayne

      • limey says:

        hey Wayne. I am good thanks. Not chasing the boson, but certainly interested in the results of those who are.

      • Wayne says:

        I gotta ask …. if 96% of the universe is ‘dark matter’ and we cannot see it,

        What the heck is a man-made particle really telling us about the Universe?

        😉

        Wayne

      • limey says:

        Well, its not a man-made particle. Its existence was predicted and the experiment shows that the prediction so far is right.

        What the particle tells us is how other particles get their mass. So its discovery is very important in confirming physics.

      • Wayne says:

        You are a physicist.

        😉

        If 96% of matter is dark matter, and we know we cannot understand dark matter, then is this truly as ‘great’ as we are told? Or, are we just on the start of almost understanding the 4%?

      • limey says:

        I don’t know. Surely though, a prediction made more than 40 years ago gets confirmed by the worlds most expensive experiment. Does that not get you at least a little bit excited?

        What it means is that those who know physics have a good idea of what is going on and having their understanding confirmed means they can move onto the next challenges. Its the advancement of understanding, step by step.

      • Wayne says:

        Limey,

        Predictions made 2,000; 2,600, and 3,500 years ago excite me.

        A 40 year old guess that God might hold everything together is a tad bit late. Especially, since the same prediction was made 2,000 years ago. Don’t you agree?

        😉

        Wayne

      • limey says:

        Hi Wayne,

        They’re not really the same predictions though are they?

        The 40 year old prediction is purely a physics prediction, which is either proven or dis proven through experimentation. The work on that is not over. There is more to fine tune and work out, this work will likely take another 40 years.

        The older predictions you mention are nothing to do with bosons.

      • Wayne says:

        Really? I would think that the prediction that Christ held everything together was forward thinking – IF there is a force/particle which holds everything together.

        😉

        I say it is Christ, and you call it Higgs-boson.

        Is it just coincidence?

        Wayne

      • limey says:

        I’d say you were retrospectively applying the comments on the nature of Christ to fit the recent scientific news on the Higgs Boson.

      • Wayne says:

        Then why would the discoverer call it the God particle?

        Thanks for commenting!

        Wishful thinking?

        That was prophecied 2,000 years ago. And the Higgs, 40.

        2,000 or 40? Which prophecy has precedence?

      • limey says:

        The discover didn’t call it that. The press did.

        What specific 200 year old prophecy do you mean?

      • Wayne says:

        Should have been 2,000 year old.

        That Jesus holds the universe together. You call it the Higgs-boson.

        God called it Jesus.

        😉

        Wayne
        PS: You might check your sources ….

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