Just received this. Here are my thoughts:

All we seen and have shown to be true about our universe indicates that complexity comes from simplicity. Be it evolution or cosmology, complex systems are nothing more than the sum of simpler more basic systems. At one point, at the begging of time, the universe was way more simple than what it is today. Just what we would expect from an unguided state of affairs. 

Now, If the complexity and/or mathematical precision of the universe today requires an even more complex designer than the universe itself, where did the designer’s complexity come from to begin with? What reasoning mind could side step such basic question? What reasoning mind would assert no need to explain the alleged designer’s complexity? If one side steps the question on the  designer, why not do it as well in regards to the universe itself? The designer idea becomes and is wholly unnecessary, and still we do have good hypothesis of how the universe came to be… 

I recommend the book “A Universe from Nothing” by Krause on the topic.

Isn’t such trite argumentation evidently self defeating? Only when a reasoning mind realizes that complexity comes from simplicity are the doors open to accept the fact that belief in a grand designer is superfluous. The universe itself is a witness against such fact lacking assumptions of design and unaccounted for complexity. 

In reason:
-FA

PD
Watch some Cosmos on Fox. Great program.

Just received this. Here are my thoughts:

All we seen and have shown to be true about our universe indicates that complexity comes from simplicity. Be it evolution or cosmology, complex systems are nothing more than the sum of simpler more basic systems. At one point, at the begging of time, the universe was way more simple than what it is today. Just what we would expect from an unguided state of affairs.

Now, If the complexity and/or mathematical precision of the universe today requires an even more complex designer than the universe itself, where did the designer’s complexity come from to begin with? What reasoning mind could side step such basic question? What reasoning mind would assert no need to explain the alleged designer’s complexity? If one side steps the question on the designer, why not do it as well in regards to the universe itself? The designer idea becomes and is wholly unnecessary, and still we do have good hypothesis of how the universe came to be…

I recommend the book “A Universe from Nothing” by Krause on the topic.

Isn’t such trite argumentation evidently self defeating? Only when a reasoning mind realizes that complexity comes from simplicity are the doors open to accept the fact that belief in a grand designer is superfluous. The universe itself is a witness against such fact lacking assumptions of design and unaccounted for complexity.

In reason:
-FA

PD
Watch some Cosmos on Fox. Great program.

iranianatheist

Anonymous asked:

In the name of Allah the most merciful the most gracious Peace be upon those on guidance I invite you to the way of life of Islam, which is more then a religion Repent to the absolute creator of everything before u are held Accountable, and accept Muhammad (peace be upon him) as the messenger of Allah

iranianatheist answered:

In the name of the Flying Spaghetti Monster the most merciful the most gracious Peace be upon those on guidance I invite you to the way of life of the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster which is more than a religion. Repent to the absolute creator of everything before u are held Accountable, and accept Pastafarians (peace be upon them) as the messengers of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

- The Iranian Atheist (http://iranianatheist.tumblr.com/)