Re: Does Geometry prove a God's Existence?
I'm 26 years old and taking Elementary Algebra in community college, it's like highschool level shit and I don't get it. But I think that pi, and all universal mathematics and shapes of science, like circles and triangles, are building blocks for life. Nothing exists without circles and triangles. Electrons orbit the nucleus inside atoms just as the Earth orbits the Sun. I don't think god fits into any reasonable scientific equation. Does that make sense? I didn't ever pay attention in school, so I don't know much, but I do know a lot of religious stuff sounds like jibberish, you know, people not believing dinosaurs were real and shit.
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