This is weird.TimeSeeker wrote: ↑Wed Oct 17, 2018 8:01 amWHY do I need to justify my claims?
Further more, "God exists" is not likely a phrase I would utter. The sequence of events would probably go something like this:
Veritas Aequitas: Do you believe in God?
Whether I am actually answering the question you are asking is YOUR ERROR not mine In science - when you ask stupid questions you DO get stupid answers!
Q.E.D: What is the meaning of life, the universe and everything? 42!
If you are to ask me to justify anything, then it is OK I keep quiet or state 42?
42, QED.In an epistemic framework anything that is untestable/unfalsifiable (N.B unfalsifiable by WHOM?) is "out of scope". So anything that is unfalsifiable fits the bill for being called a 'God'.
Here is a short list of things that are unfalsifiable:
* ANY logical axiom (1 = 1)
* ANY INVENTED authority (law of excluded middle, law of non-contradiction)
Some people believe in the Gods of Aristotle. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classical_logic
I do not. I believe in the God of Information.