The answer to the question is obviously not - at least in the strict scientific sense. One could argue that the fact of order in the universe - spontaneous harmony amidst what ought be chaos - is the physical proof, after all. As G. K. Chesterton put it, “It is absurd for the Evolutionist to complain that it is unthinkable for an admittedly unthinkable God to make everything out of nothing, and then pretend that it is more thinkable that nothing should turn itself into everything.” In that odd sense, it is arguable that everything is physical proof of God's existence. In that connection, you might also check out Augustine's and Aquinas' proofs of God. There is quite a bit there, but to boil it down, all things in existence require something to have made them. The ultimate creation being the "Big Bang." For which, by the way, there is no direct physical evidence. It is therefore reasonable to assume that something must exist outside of material creation to have created it, and such thing, standing outside the physical realm would lack physical evidence of its existence, save the fact of existence itself.In any case, the question is based on a superficial empiricism. Science itself does not operate on physical evidence of a thing. "Dark matter," for example, has never been seen. There is no physical evidence of its existence. Rather, its existence is inferred from its effects on the things around it. (Indeed, even the recent "photo" of a Black Hole was not a photo of the hole, per se, rather it was the photo of the effect of things around it.)Science operates not just in the realm of physical evidence, but in the postulates derived from observable effects. Thus, in essence, epistemologically we infer the existence of God from the order and structure around us. The same is true even in the philosophical realm. There is no material evidence of love. Rather we infer its existence by its effects - what it causes one person to do for another, for example. Indeed, science does not always get it right. Newton was thought to be the definitive word on physical existence. Then along comes Einstein who took the same physical and theoretical evidence and inferred a deeper and more consistent conclusion. Now, indeed, even Einstein is taking a hit as science moves to quantum physics - again based on no more than a deeper understanding of the same evidence from which Newton and Einstein developed there - dare we use the word - theories.As someone once said, faith absent evidence is not faith but is fantasy. However, that evidence need no more be physical in the narrow sense than there is material evidence of gravity. There is no material evidence of gravity. Rather its existence is inferred by its effects.The flaw in the question then is that it has uses a non-scientific criteria absent the larger theoretical structure from which science is derived. Look at the evidence of science in a narrow sense and you are left with a conundrum. The existence of order in the absence of anything to impose order.The ultimate paradox then. Chaos spontaneously creating order. That, in strict scientific terms, is an oxymoron.
P. S. Shouldn't this question be in the "Religion & Spirituality" category?
No one has been able to prove it in the last 2000 years. Even modern technology can't. I doubt whether there will ever be proof.
Humans have proven dinosaurs which existed millions of years ago existed though.
Because they existed. The probability of proving a god exists is likely to be less than zero.
No and I don't believe in him. However, I don't blame people who do. If everyone had undeniable proof that there was no God and that there was no heaven nor hell, do you know how many more crimes there would be? People are only good because of the moral desert basically and the idea of god keeps them in line
Have an opinion?
So far as I know no God fossils have been found. I’ve searched the internet for his address and telephone. Nothing there either but the search continues.
As a Christian who believes in God and has Faith in Him I can confirm no bones or footprints of God have ever been discovered.
Of course, the Holy Inerrant Majestic Supercalifragilisticexpialodocious Bible, written by anonymous authors living in a primitive society who didn't even know where the sun went at night, and that which contradicts scientific evidence like evolution.Are you seriously going to deny such clear and obvious proof? Well then Hell awaits you, so I laugh at your very existence.
@Shutupman Thank you 😂
No one has ever seen God, electricity or thoughts. I don't believe in any of them.
No one has seen electricity? 😂🙈
@Shutupman No one that I know of. I've never seen gravity or magnetism, either. I think they're fake.
You have never seen lightening?
@Shutupman Yes, that's a flash, much like a flashlight.
Oh my 🤦🏻♀️It’s static electricity.
@Shutupman It's illumination caused by the so-called electricity.
Excuse me? It’s not so called electricity it is literally called static electricity. It’s a form of electricity that naturally occurs. Perhaps you should study physics a bit more... 🙈
@Shutupman Have you seen static?
Try rubbing a balloon with some wool and hold it against your hair or skin.
@Shutupman Yes, it sticks. But have you seen the actual static, or just the effects of the static?
Definition of static ; of, relating to, or producing stationary charges of electricity : ELECTROSTATICYes I have witnessed static. Yes we all have seen or felt electricity.
@Shutupman What does static look like? What does electricity look like? (And don't talk about lightning, because you don't have lightning in your cell phone)
Nearly all electric charge in the universe is carried by protons and electrons. Protons are said to have a charge of +1 electron unit, while electrons have a charge of −1, although these signs are completely arbitrary. Because protons are generally confined to atomic nuclei, which are in turn imbedded inside atoms, they are not nearly as free to move as are electrons. Therefore, when we talk about electric current, we nearly always mean the flow of electrons, and when we talk about static electricity, we generally mean an imbalance between negative and positive charges in objects. We can see this process and experience it.Electricity isn’t an object, or a color. You seem to not understand that.
@Shutupman First of all, we need to stop blowing up this thread about God, with you trying to explain how electricity works. I have a two year degree from a tech school in electrical science. Of course electricity exists, but I was just trying to point out that there are some things that exist, that we can't see. Electricity exists, but we can't see it. Gravity exists, but we can't see it. Magnetism exists, but we can't see it. Air exists, but we can't see it. So just because we can't see God, his/her bones or his foot prints, that doesn't mean he/she doesn't exist. That was my ONLY point. The following was written by an electrical engineer:"Rustin Bergren, Electrical/Computer EngineerAnswered Dec 10, 2012There are a couple reasons you cannot directly see electricity. The first reason is because electricity is a phenomenon, not a physical object. We observe certain phenomena in nature through their interaction with physical objects (which we can see). Take the phenomenon of gravity, for example. You cannot technically 'see' gravity, though, you can observe objects that fall to the ground or cannonballs/projectiles that follow a trajectory suggestive of force 'pulling' them to the earth. The same is true of electricity. We can observe electricity's influence in nature in the same way as gravity, though, there's one really important difference and the main reason you can't see it:"
I think the idiots of the world is a pretty good argument for why this universe is a C grade science experiment done by God for his homework to school. He created universe and life but its dysfunctional and boring.
nope there is no physical evidence god or gods exist
Every time you look in a mirror or look into a telescope
I do not get your answer. Will you please futher explain?
My parents created me
Are you Christian, or believe in god?
Yes and it exist between your mothers legs
That doesn't make sense. At least not to me anyway
What do you mean?Your answer is not very detailed?
If it was would you accept it? Of course not, you have already made up your mind on the subject and nothing any one in this world or any other will change your mind. God himself could come down from the heavens and tell you your wrong and you will say that its clearly just a hullicination or something to that affect. I'm do not believe their is a god any more then I believe their is, however existence cannot be dismissed. Science requires causality, that is cause and effect, its the founding principle of science and reason. However in order for us to exist causality HAS to be broken. Either their was nothing then something which according to science and logic is impossible because something cannot be created from nothing, OR its always existed which breaks causality because it was never created making it an effect without a cause. If their is a god then that would explain how existence came to be in that God would the thing that exists outside of our reality which is entirely dependent on cause and effect, and thus would not be bound to those rules and thus could be the initial cause for existence. I'm not saying this is or is not the case, only that its one possibility. Saying that you need physical evidence is not a good argument, if I flip a coin and you don't see it, did I not flip the coin? Most of the scientific theories out their started off with no evidence but where proved later so from an argument standpoint that's not a very good one.
Well this question is about proof. I can not prove you flipped a coin unless I saw you physically flip a coin.
So did it happen? That's my point, you want physical evidence but your creating a standard that cannot be met (and you know that) so I simply provided a similar argument, something in which I could demand evidence knowing that it could not be provided. Your arguing metaphysical and demanding the physical. Proof: evidence or argument establishing or helping to establish a fact or the truth of a statement. You don't need physical evidence, that is different then proof. How did reality come to be? If their is no evidence for how it came to be dose that mean it doesn't exist? Of course not, we exist we know we exist so that would be a false assumption. That was my point, your demanding evidence knowing that by its nature their can be none (how do you show what happened prior to the existence of reality? Their had to be something if we are to exist yet we will never know.). You have your answer and no one is going to change that opinion because you don't want the opinion changed.
If there is no evidence for the existence of something than that means it becomes a matter of faith whether you believe or not.
Not true. You said PHYSICAL evidence, that is completely different then no evidence. As I said, you've already made up your mind you just want to force your ideas on others (this is by the way why so many people hate bible thumpers and atheists equally, they are fundamentally identical in their views), so why ask the question? Your never going to accept anything no matter what the circumstances so why bother? Your just looking for a fight and quite frankly that's just a waste of time because all you have is your own personal faith (by your own (inadvertent) admission as you have no proof their is no god and no explanation as to how reality could come into existence without a breaking of the rules that govern our reality you must therefore have faith that reality broke causality because "reasons" as you have no actual evidence to support otherwise) and faith no matter which side pushes it will never be a valid argument.
The Earth is physical proof the earth exists.
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