Do you believe all the scientists that have said how so many things are in perfect aliment in our universe, it would take an external force ?

To design that way.

Just one simple example of everything being in perfect aliment in the entire universe is that of earth, where scientists claim the odds would just be far to high to have any planet like earth to have perfect aliment to be able to sustain any life on it, without some designer effecting the set up for the conditions for it.

In fact I have recently read how most scientists now agree that for the entire universe to be in perfect aliment without any outside intervention is really impossible because they claim the odds are far to high saying without any intervention to see the universe we have today without any intervention would have needed many trillions of years to make it even possible without some other force helping out the process.

18 Answers

  • 2 months ago

    We can only live on a portion of our "perfect" planet.  Clearly it was created for living things that occupy the ocean. 

  • 2 months ago

    Did you mean ailment (disease) or alignment (arrangement in proper line) or aliment (nutrition)?

  • 2 months ago

    Sounds like something Christian Scientists would say. There is certainly no perfection to be found and the thing about odds is that even if it's one in a trillion odds, it could happen on the first try and not necessarily the trillionth try. I simply states that in a trillion tries, it should be guaranteed to happen at least once. I suppose your designer place our galaxy on a collision course with our neighboring galaxy and won't replace our star (sun) when it dies out as all stars eventually do. The more real science you learn, the more you understand why a "Who" cannot be involved.

  • 2 months ago

    Obviously you have not heard about

    the scientific study of chaos.

    Scientists study extinctions, earthquakes,

    storms, star and black hole collisions,

    galaxies passing through each other,

    magnetars, etc.

    Magnetars are one of my favorite chaos generators.

    They are neutron stars

    with unbelievably powerful magnetic fields.

    If there is a starquake on a megnetar,

    it generates a brief, but powerful beam of x-rays,

    that can sterilize one side of a planet,

    in a couple seconds,

    from thousands of light years distance.

    Our atomic weapons testing monitors

    have registered these x-ray beams hitting earth,

    several times,

    but, so far, they have all been

    from well beyond the lethal distance.

    Keep your fingers crossed

    that our luck holds out.

    But don't look up and worry.

    It won't help, at all.

    Then, there was the asteroid that struck Earth,

    65 million years ago,

    and wiped out the dinosaurs, except for some birds,

    and 75 percent

    of all living species. 

    If it had been twice that big,

    it might have taken us back to only single celled life.

    So orderly and perfectly aligned.



    John Popelish

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  • Mike
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    The word is ALIGNMENT, not "aliment".

    Scientists have never said things are in perfect alignment.

    Scientists don't say a designer was required to make the Earth - life evolved to fit the Earth so of course the planet sustains life.

    Scientists have never said the universe is in perfect alignment - mainly because that statement makes absolutely no sense.

    Alignment means to line up - how do 2 trillion galaxies line up when they are scattered in 3 dimensions throughout space.

  • 2 months ago

    All three or four of them? Cosmologists are far more likely than the general population to be atheists. Maybe they know something you don't.  Maybe they know that the evidence points to natural causes for the universe.  Maybe they don't just blindly believe whatever some preacher tells them  about what scientists are saying without checking.

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    No actual scientist is presupposing a designer, and if they are, they need a refresher in how the scientific method works. If you want to claim nature needs a guiding hand, YOU need to prove that this guiding hand, and the deity it's attached to, even exist in the first place. But you can't.

    Nature is not designed, it's f*cking Chaos. Complexity does not imply design. There are THOUSANDS of truly terrible design choices in humans alone. Not one aspect of nature is 'perfect', and life really only does one thing expertly: reproduce.

    Intelligent design was debunked as a creationist theory in the 1990s. Maybe read up on the absurdity of what you're spewing BEFORE you start spewing it. You'll sound like less of an idiot.

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Gosh, too bad childhood cancers and deformities couldn't have been taken into account at the same time.  Oh, that's right....those are needed for some sort of 'plan' that just couldn't proceed without them.  Carry on.

  • Petter
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    No, of course not. The conditions are just right, that's why it happen. It's a necessity. No creator is needed. Who creates a tree in the forrest? It ends up there because the conditions are right, for that particular seed, at that particular time.

    It's the same with  our universe, imho.

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Okay, first of all, the word you're looking for is alignment. Aliment has to do with your digestive system.

    Secondly, NASA has discovered that there are literally billions of planets in the so-called Goldilocks zone around stars approximately the same size and heat as our sun, so that's most likely out the window.

    Next idiot.

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