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Look, those miracles of Moses opening the Red Sea and Jesus walking on water was documented few hundreds years ago when people didn't even know what is gravity. And if you can travel in time machine and shoot them with a gun, the act would be recorded as an act of miracle by the future generation. That is, if they can avoid exaggerating, which is what all historians are prone to.
Look, how long has this been argued? God, in my opinion, like the number I in math, is simply an figment of imagination in humans to explain the unexplainable or to simply derive comfort that someone is out there to look after us. Which is kind of feeble considering all the sins in the world. And if there was a god, or at the very least a creator, would he even bother whether it was being worshiped or not?
Look, how much does it take right now to send a probe to mars? How much did the ISS take? Millions if not billions. Instead of chucking stuff that fails half the time, why not spend the money in developing an economically viable engine or reducing green house gas emissions?
As our most dependent fuel oil is running out within possibly this century. Humanity is facing risk of using one of the most potentially dangerous energy ,nuclear. Cases of nuclear failure such as chernobyle and pennsylvenia have proved that it is disruptive force capable of ruinning our enviroment but they also proved that the nature is very much capable of recovering in quite short time. Leading developed nations like that of France and UK is now working on a fail prove method to insure safety while at the same time already making use of it. With progress of nuclear developments across the Atlantic it is time America, China and other industrial nations to ditch chernobyle's nigtmare and take positive views on one of the greenest energy man has ever discovered.
I am probably a good person but I haven't taken the time to fill out my profile, so you'll never know!