Ricky Gervais and Richard Dawkins in Conversation

11 mei. 2020
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Multi-award-winning stand-up comedian, screenwriter, and actor Ricky Gervais was presented with this year’s Richard Dawkins Award, from the Center for Inquiry. CFI campaigns to remove the influence of religion in science education and public policy, and to eliminate the stigma that surrounds atheism and non-belief.
The Richard Dawkins Award has been presented annually since 2003. Past winners have included philosopher and cognitive scientist Daniel Dennett, activist and feminist Ayaan Hirsi Ali, and actor and writer Stephen Fry.
This event was an unscripted conversation between Gervais and Dawkins, in which everything is on the table and nothing is sacred. They were joined by host, best-selling author and professor of psychology, Richard Wiseman.

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  • Wonderful - I found my way out of religion last year - what liberty!! My partner is an atheist already.

    WaynoWaynoUur geleden
  • Just get drunk HELL YEAH

    Graeme BrumfittGraeme Brumfitt16 uur geleden
  • Imagine if in many years to come believe in religious god will be overthrown from scientific community and progress in science and a growth of atheist people and religion institutions will give in and accept the scientific explanation of the world and make a scientific god and reform a believe of a god of mechanical science that is ever working ever shaping that has many forms but that has a purpose of life, I’d be curious to know would atheism exist or would it become a believe or would they than realise that it can’t be all mechanical and there is some kind of force that holds all together and gives rise to creation and take on opposite side and believe in a creator and the game never ends because it’s made not to, the wheel of life yin yang

    Master YodaMaster Yoda20 uur geleden
    • @Hongo Tedesco "And so far, nobody's been able to prove any god X" Says the shallow person who ignored my comment. You're so empty.

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    • Atheism should be the default setting for all humans. "Give me proof of your god X, and then I'll believe in X". And so far, nobody's been able to prove any god X. So in the future, yes, I expect that we will enter a post-religion era, but it's not like religion will be supplanted by atheism, religion will simply just go away. It's like believing in Santa Claus, as you grow up you lose that belief, but it's not really supplanted by anything, you just learn Truth and move on. And note, we may never find the ultimate answer: "why are we here?". When you look at the universe, 100 billion galaxies, each with 100 billion solar systems, it's one huge place. And now some of the theories in physics are leading us to a multiverse, an infinity of universes? Perhaps for us to understand ultimate reality would be like a fruit fly understanding calculus; not gonna happen.

      Hongo TedescoHongo Tedesco13 uur geleden
    • No, there's a right side and a wrong side. Richard and Ricky are on the wrong side. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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  • Great stuff lads. 👍

    Dave GardnerDave GardnerDag geleden
    • @2fast2block Fuck off back to your cave

      rembrant vanrynrembrant vanryn15 uur geleden
    • Horrible stuff. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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  • U would think Dawkins would swear more than Gervais in this footage.

    Sidney ZevonSidney ZevonDag geleden
  • Considering that Saudi Arabia has a population of ~34 Mio, 3 million downloads of Richard Dawkins "god delusion" are pretty surprising. It makes you wonder: how many Muslims are only Muslims due to social and legal pressure instead of good arguments, let alone actual evidence. The end or religion is only a matter of time. Thanks, internet!

    Christian S.Christian S.Dag geleden
    • @Hongo Tedesco you'd think then by this time you'd be able to prove me wrong but of course you can't, you empty person, you.

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    • @2fast2block You're a bot! Always spewing the same nonsense. Cmd: "Bot Stop".

      Hongo TedescoHongo Tedesco12 uur geleden
    • As if you empty people have it figured out. You're such jokes. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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  • Genuinely nice to see Maryam Namazie and Andrew Copson in the audience, laughing along to Ricky riffing with Dawkins.

    RavannaRavannaDag geleden
    • @Ravanna "Have you converted anyone yet?" Does your silly question matter? Am I supposed to care about that? Am I responsible for how empty a person wants to remain? I can't even say nice attempt to divert from what I wrote because it wasn't that. "I wasn't even discussing the CONTENT of the video" From the same person who wrote... "Genuinely nice to see Maryam Namazie and Andrew Copson in the audience, laughing along to Ricky riffing with Dawkins." So they're laughing at? You just like to see people laughing then, how nice of you to do that in your empty life. "And FYI, The Universe didnt come from nothing" So Dawkins didn't say that and prove to me he didn't say that. If it was something, don't call it nothing because it's lying. But wait... "its a phrase thats used partially because it defies common sense, which the laws of physics force us to do often." So, the laws of physics cause the lying. It forces people to lie. You're such a joke. I gave laws without lying. The laws didn't force me to lie, you liar. "Part of me believes this universe was created, but not from some silly myth invented by semi illiterate tribesmen." That didn't get around the science I gave. You're empty and you love being that way. "But I keep that to myself, I dont bore others with it." Liar, you just GAVE your nonsense you believe in so go pretend to others as shallow as you are how you keep it to yourself.

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    • @2fast2block you've replied to every single comment in this video, like its your personal mission, its quite endearing. Have you converted anyone yet? I wasn't even discussing the CONTENT of the video, but recognising 2 celebs than I respect, and you still felt obliged to respond with this? How many hours a day do you waste on youtube comments? And FYI, The Universe didnt come from nothing, its a phrase thats used partially because it defies common sense, which the laws of physics force us to do often. Part of me believes this universe was created, but not from some silly myth invented by semi illiterate tribesmen. But I keep that to myself, I dont bore others with it. Try it out for yourself. Ciao

      RavannaRavanna16 uur geleden
    • Laughing is no excuse for their nonsense. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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  • I LOVE THE ACTUAL CONVERSATION..but tbh, the interviewer is just NOT on the level of the guests.."Do you have any superstitious things u do before u go on stage?" was my last straw..Ridiculous question 🙄

    Lynno From Cork 💕Lynno From Cork 💕2 dagen geleden
  • Anyone catch what the guy in the audience was asking?

    Ian MeredithIan Meredith2 dagen geleden
  • "..Who among all these does not know that the hand of the Lord has done this? In his hand is the life of every living thing and the breath of all mankind." Job 12:9-10 (NIV) “For God so loved the world, that He gave His only Son, so that everyone who believes in Him will not perish, but have eternal life." John 3:16 (NASB) "You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart." Jeremiah 29:13 (NIV) Near death experiences show us there is an afterlife .. You can watch a video with John Burke here: nlworld.info/key/video/palkqs7VpW6lm28 You can watch the Alpha film series here: nlworld.info/key/video/rJ5ihrS3iXqFZ54 You can hear the gospel here: www.peacewithgod.net

    Jeff MacAskillJeff MacAskill3 dagen geleden
    • @rembrant vanryn where's the "strawman"? There is none and you can't get around what I wrote so you lie which is no problem for you in your empty life.

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    • @2fast2block Strawman...get a real argument.

      rembrant vanrynrembrant vanrynDag geleden
    • @rembrant vanryn says the person who can't get past the first verse. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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    • I call bullshit

      rembrant vanrynrembrant vanryn2 dagen geleden
  • You seem to have all the anwsers but know is little. God loves all of you even if you don't believe.

    Joe MuloneJoe Mulone3 dagen geleden
  • When Ricky points out the stupidity in the statement 'I did not see any monkey evolve in 40 years', I am here in India thinking of my Education minister who said exactly the same statement😂

    Kripadev TiwariKripadev Tiwari3 dagen geleden
    • As if Ricky is one to look up to in science. "People who believe in God don’t need proof of his existence, and they certainly don’t want evidence to the contrary. They are happy with their belief. They even say things like “it’s true to me” and “it’s faith." Ricky Gervais Ricky does not know what biblical faith is because he just does not care to know. Biblically, faith means trust. It's a trust by evidence seen. God asks that we prove things. To reason. To get knowledge. To study. God has nothing to hide. We develop trust from what is seen, and that which is not seen yet is trusted also because of the trust built up from what is seen. It's much like a human relationship. We don't trust much until a person has gained that trust from what is observed. The difference is though, God is not limited to human powers. He created us. Romans 1:20 For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities-his eternal power and divine nature-have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse. crossexamined.org/biblical-faith-vs-blind-faith/ www.truthortradition.com/articles/what-does-the-bible-say-about-faith www.revisedenglishversion.com/Appendix/16/Faith_is_Trust www.truthortradition.com/articles/faith-a-confident-expectation-of-gods-promises-coming-to-pass www.truthortradition.com/articles/hebrews-1-11-and-faith Ricky can't even explain the start, creation, and yet he acts so smugly. Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space, and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God. Only shallow people follow Ricky.

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  • On the point of most comedians aren't religious; Dave chapelle is a Muslim. Just not a very good one Muslim lol

    BFR GamingBFR Gaming4 dagen geleden
  • 21:12 😂

    Matthew ShaneMatthew Shane5 dagen geleden
  • thing is, if you literally don't know anything about evolution or biology, these are perfectly natural questions to ask...

    Nathan BorakNathan Borak5 dagen geleden
    • Why do grown people not seek answers? They have no excuse, nor does Richard and Ricky. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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  • "So what's Quirkology all about?"...

    Ed HortonEd Horton6 dagen geleden
  • A comedy show and stupid people actually believe this shit.

    Technical SupportTechnical Support6 dagen geleden
  • Do people really believe this rubbish. Richard is a fool

    Technical SupportTechnical Support6 dagen geleden
    • @rembrant vanryn your time is a waste like you are. Stop flattering your empty self. You can't get around what I wrote so stop pretending.

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    • @2fast2block Strawman....when you wish to be intellectually honest I will grace you with my time.

      rembrant vanrynrembrant vanrynDag geleden
    • @rembrant vanryn From the start, in between, and ending. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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    • Which part?

      rembrant vanrynrembrant vanryn2 dagen geleden
  • I used to be an atheist and thought these guys were onto something until I read there books, and realised logic and science doesn't show at all in their literature. So then I studied the Bible with many people and found that the Bible was great. I spent 30 years as an atheist, then I read the BIble and studied it and now I'm happier than ever. Finally something that makes sense! Now I'm a theist and my life is awesome.

    Honey MungusHoney Mungus6 dagen geleden
    • @jonathan cornish "their" Wow, did you feel empowered by that correction? What about what was written? It was noted that..."I read there books, and realised logic and science doesn't show at all in their literature." The Bible starts with creation. These empty people don't use logic and science from the start. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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    • @jonathan cornish thanks I got it right the first time, but English is my second language so thanks for trying to help.

      Honey MungusHoney Mungus6 dagen geleden
    • their*

      jonathan cornishjonathan cornish6 dagen geleden
  • To me i couldnt care about your religion the same as i dont care about your color or country you come from, i see you as an equal. I dont see why certain religious people call atheists bad people or argue over uncertainties the same as atheists calling certain religions scams. Were all the same. Were here for certain time, death is inevitable, try to make the best of it.

    Mickraymac KMickraymac K6 dagen geleden
    • @Mickraymac K "but their are ones that are brought up to solely believe that their isnt a god" And so? Let's say they were brought up to believe killing innocent people is ok as long as they found pleasure in it. Should the law excuse them? And if one of those people were one of your loved ones you'd excuse the whole matter? You're not even logical. "these are the people im saying are not liars their upbringing doesnt make them liars they have been taught that the bible is a fictional story and half of atheists around the world probably havent read the bible and have probably never even put any thought into thinking about it or just dont care i know plenty of atheists who dont care how we got here they just want to live a full life." No, at a certain point people become RESPONSIBLE for themselves. Your sorry lame excuses are not worthy of their lies. As God says... Romans 1:20 For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities-his eternal power and divine nature-have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse. Look what happens when I give clear evidence. They ignore it. They don't care. There are very few that admit they are wrong and change. They stop lying to others and themselves.

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    • @2fast2block im not saying that their arent liars among atheists the ones that believe that creation can come from nothing are deluding themselves but their are ones that are brought up to solely believe that their isnt a god these are the people im saying are not liars their upbringing doesnt make them liars they have been taught that the bible is a fictional story and half of atheists around the world probably havent read the bible and have probably never even put any thought into thinking about it or just dont care i know plenty of atheists who dont care how we got here they just want to live a full life.

      Mickraymac KMickraymac K20 uur geleden
    • @Mickraymac K "i believe that not all atheists are liars." Ok, I'm hoping you'll give the ones that have evidence creation can happen on its own and get around the laws I gave. After reading your comment, I see you can't do that.

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    • @2fast2block i believe that not all atheists are liars. They have just chosen not to believe in an uncertanty in their minds. I do believe in a higher power but i do not believe they are as great as we think they are and in some way atheists or scientoligists believe in this single thing that makes up all of us and of course the big bang. Which is extremely similar to having faith in an omnipotent or all loving god. Also being taught differently in your upbringing and not knowing about any other views or “sides of a story” doesnt make you a liar.

      Mickraymac KMickraymac KDag geleden
    • Not at all, atheistic types are liars. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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  • I don't really understand what Ricky Gervais is saying when he is talking about the difference in believing and not knowing. I don't know what Ricky Gervais ate for breakfast today, I don't believe or not believe he had bacon and eggs. I have no data to base my belief.

    dhiren tulsianidhiren tulsiani6 dagen geleden
    • Ricky, like Richard, doesn't think much. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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  • A bit off subject but I need advice. I got a letter from a stranger asking me to join her prayer group. How do I politely refuse!

    Jerold PaquetteJerold Paquette7 dagen geleden
    • @Barb Fisher Well, there's the prayer to the real God, and there's a prayer to the false god.... The prayer from the book, 'Atheism (and the like) for Dummies (because there aren't any other kind)'... "Oh, god of nothing, we deny you exist, and you don't, but we have no choice to declare you our true god if we're honest, but we're not. Please god of nothing, help us to continually grow in offering no science to support you because there is none, but nonetheless, we devote our lives to you and will do the best act we can, no matter how pathetic, no matter how embarrassing, no matter how much evidence is against us, we will use the various tactics to deny the CLEAR science against us like our biggies: ---"god-of-the-gaps", ---"that's your opinion",---"invincible man in the sky", "sky daddy", etc. ---"we don't know yet but science is working on it"---"no reputable scientists believe that"---"religion vs science"---"the bible says...."---"creationist/creatard"---"people used to believe the flat earth"---"you're a troll"---"that's not part of evolution"---"atheism is not a belief"---"burden of proof is on you"---"religion causes most wars"---"I used to be a Christain"---"you're brainwashed"---"Do you have a photograph of this creator?"---and our great tactic of changing the topic because we can't answer what is the topic so we then can say the others are ignoring us, no matter how clear it is we're the ones stuck and can't handle the topic. Who cares about fairness and honesty. Our god of nothing must be protected at ALL costs!" "We praise you god of nothing for such phrases (and whatever else we can make up) that answer nothing, but you gave us these word farts to help us deflect what we refuse to face because all us are really dofus wimps and don't want to think, we want to be lazy and act as if we're smart, all thanks to our god of nothing that makes us all a somehow important yet our brains came from the god of nothing all by random chance from chaos we evolved from that we just made up."

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    • Just say thanks but no thanks 😊

      Barb FisherBarb Fisher5 dagen geleden
  • Dawkins is a total bore. Unless you are an atheist fan boy/girl of course.

    Drak ScrabulousDrak Scrabulous7 dagen geleden
  • Atheists are irrational. This conversation was full of straw man points. If atheists are sure God doesn't exist, they earn the burden of proof. Hiding behind comedy is a good option when logic fails I suppose.

    Drak ScrabulousDrak Scrabulous7 dagen geleden
    • @rembrant vanryn "Okay then support your claim and prove Thor doesn't exist..." First off, is Thor a natural God or a supernatural God? If Thor is a natural God then I can prove Thor can't exist. If Thor is a supernatural God and you are admitting Thor has to be supernatural to at least create, then give your evidence Thor is the real God.

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    • @Drak Scrabulous Okay then support your claim and prove Thor doesn't exist...you have made a claim now the burden of proof is on you.

      rembrant vanrynrembrant vanryn2 dagen geleden
    • @rembrant vanryn Firstly I've yet to meet any one who strongly believes in Thor, and this is for God reason: there are no God rational reasons for believing in Thor. If I did meet someone with that belief who was not clinically insane I would clearly state I disbelieved in Thor and refute their arguments supporting Thor. Any person with a basic understanding of philosophy will know that it is a sign of ignorance or stupidity to compared the arguments for God with that for Thor. I hope you were neither and just being a bit careless in what you wrote.

      Drak ScrabulousDrak Scrabulous2 dagen geleden
    • @Drak Scrabulous So if someone tells another person they are wrong for believing in Thor they have to prove Thor doesn't exist?...interesting. Do you know what proving a negative has to do with this my (rational) friend?

      rembrant vanrynrembrant vanryn2 dagen geleden
    • @rembrant vanryn Not believing something is OK. But if you say someone is wrong for believing in God then you have to prove God doesn't exist. I hope you understand that. Many atheists don't which is why I say they are irrational.

      Drak ScrabulousDrak Scrabulous2 dagen geleden
  • God exists,the angels exist,heaven exists,we live eternally as when our body stops we travel on. (Homeopathy works).

    Klaus SpergerKlaus Sperger8 dagen geleden
    • Oh I love this game Santa is real tooth fairy is real, I'm very intelligent.

      Fariyan AhmedFariyan Ahmed7 dagen geleden
  • Perspective... The single biggest destroyer of human life and spirit, that always was and always will be.... awesome meeting of minds... ♨️

    Leah HammondLeah Hammond8 dagen geleden
    • Minds that don't think much. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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  • Meet the new boss. Same as the old boss He should have come off a mountain.

    Jeffrey PersonettJeffrey Personett8 dagen geleden
  • Personality Disorder convention ?

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  • tough crowd..

    Vicious QueenVicious Queen10 dagen geleden
  • It’s strange how people describe some sort of transition from being Christian to bring an Atheist. Nothing changes apart from going to church from time to time

    JustusJustus10 dagen geleden
    • Being an atheist means you turned off most of your brain. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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  • The exciting exclusive michelle obviously prick because deal enzymatically provide toward a sour fall. wacky, gray greasy great skiing

    Dylan CarruthersDylan Carruthers10 dagen geleden
  • Atheism is insanity

    RuowenRuowen11 dagen geleden
    • @2fast2block you claim you know. Problem is you can’t demonstrate your god is any more real than universe farting pixies. All you have is assertions. Like saying I’ll be in for a rude awakening when I’m dead. Problem is you can’t demonstrate an afterlife is real either. Just assertions after assertions. We have no reason to believe conciseness can operate absent of a working physical mind. But you think it does. So when you convinced mainstream science of your claims, let me know.

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    • @Good Day "lol. It’s not established." From the person who can't give one thing how you got around the laws. You are of no importance. You live to be empty. You live to lie to others and yourself. You don't even know how you even got life. The wonderful thing is, in The End, you'll be in for a rude awakening so have fun in your empty life now.

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    • @2fast2block and I’m not betting my life on anything. I’m simply humble enough to acknowledge that there are people who know more about certain subjects than I do. If you that’s bad, ok. Whatever.

      Good DayGood Day14 uur geleden
    • @2fast2block lol. It’s not established. If it were there would be MULTIPLE science papers pointing to the unequivocal existence of a god. And yet there isn’t a single peer reviewed science paper that has done that. But by all means if you think I’m wrong, feel free to point to it.

      Good DayGood Day14 uur geleden
    • @Good Day I shouldn't win any prize for giving BASIC science that is so well known and so well established already. Look at the situation you love to be in, you bet your life on what others think and believe because you trust them, no questions asked. You will ignore science and not think because others do your thinking for you. You are most certainly free to do that. In the end though, YOU are responsible for what you believe, NOT them.

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  • It's just my infanile sense of humour, but the name of the first speaker sounds like a splendid cockney insult: "Get aht a my bleedin' pub, you robbin blumner!"

    Novak IngoodNovak Ingood11 dagen geleden
  • 18:45 is when Gervais comes on

    Mason TurnerMason Turner12 dagen geleden
    • ty

      jonathan cornishjonathan cornish6 dagen geleden
  • Two week minds, manipulated by feelings and narratives by satanists. That’s the funniest thing about them.

    A XA X12 dagen geleden
    • @Fariyan Ahmed speaking of weak... Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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    • one week mind manipulated by pedophilic popes

      Fariyan AhmedFariyan Ahmed7 dagen geleden
  • Are we just going to ignore the fact Ricky is having a beer? lol What a legend.

    Manuel LozanoManuel Lozano12 dagen geleden
  • I’m literally in tears at an hour in when Ricky was talking about how people almost have to hide their atheism because it’s so looked down on and that hits so close to home. I just a few months ago told my parents and I then 30 this year. Thankfully they were very accepting(my dad bring a lifelong catholic and my step mom bring a lifelong Episcopalian). They were understanding and compassionate and honestly it was the most terrifying thing I’ve done in my life. I know the fear of telling the people you deeply care about the truth of your heart and can understand why some people never do. I hope one day things are different.

    Alex RicheyAlex Richey12 dagen geleden
    • @Alex Richey look at the joke you pretend to live... "I know the fear of telling the people you deeply care about the truth of your heart and can understand why some people never do." Shut the f up. You are such an empty person who loves to lie to others and yourself. "I don’t have the time or energy to try to convince someone who has read the science and still chooses to believe there is a god." You liar, I gave BASIC science and you totally ignored it because you know you can't get around it so you lie. That is just one of the tons of evidence I can give but it will matter nothing to you. You're happy in your empty life and love pretending you're "about truth of your heart" blah, blah. What a joke you are.

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    • @2fast2block You misunderstand, but that’s fine. I don’t have the time or energy to try to convince someone who has read the science and still chooses to believe there is a god. And to be frank, I don’t want to. Believe what you want. Doesn’t effect me either way. Someone who chooses to be willfully ignorant isn’t going to change their mind no matter who says what.

      Alex RicheyAlex RicheyDag geleden
    • I'm all for people having the freedom to believe what they want. It's when they open their mouth as if they know what they're talking about that gets me. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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    • I know right. Its insane that Im always coming across as the bad guy at work when we get into debates about this sort of thing simply because im an athiest. I still cant believe that religion exists.

      MbKTheGLowMbKTheGLow11 dagen geleden
  • Inspiring Thanks

    Charlie RiachCharlie Riach13 dagen geleden
  • Who is the host? I love him!!

    MM13 dagen geleden
  • "Scientism is an exaggerated trust in modern scientific institutions, to such an extent that the individual extending such trust believes that these institutions are the only source of verifiable truth. To a great extent, they also accept without question the completely outdated and definitively scientifically disproven paradigm of Newtonian Materialism. True Science is a methodology of truth discovery, and not a "belief system" as dictated by modern worldly institutions. Some of the foundational hallmarks of Government-grant-money-funded materialistic "science" include ignoring entire data sets, and fudging existing data to fit their own deeply entrenched worldview. The emerging modern sciences of Epigenetics and Holistic Biology are just now beginning to turn the tide in such a worldview by rightly incorporating Consciousness and metaphysical understanding into their research methodologies." - Mark Passio

    Rain DogRain Dog14 dagen geleden
    • Scientism is Dawkins and Ricky. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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  • *yawn*

    Simp SimpsonSimp Simpson14 dagen geleden
  • I know I can't but these omnipotent jokers can prove God does not exist. The only one that said something half intelligible was Gervais when referencing agnosticism.

    Hyper νοτιαHyper νοτια14 dagen geleden
    • "but these omnipotent jokers can prove God does not exist." Ok, have them do it. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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  • Wonderful interaction of two great thinkers. Also, I must say, an absolutely delightful host.

    Gabriel DobnerGabriel Dobner15 dagen geleden
    • Great non-thinkers, are what they are. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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  • Most of us are stupid. Including me I couldn't understand evolution before. It's too much for a lot of us to grasp. Education about these subjects are key. And it doesn't help when your upbringing wants to brainwash you with religious hog wash. It took me too many years to come to understand even a simple thing as evolution.

    Funny MoppyFunny Moppy15 dagen geleden
    • "And it doesn't help when your upbringing wants to brainwash you with religious hog wash." I'm not 'religious' but I do believe in God. From the very start, creation, people like you prove you refuse to think and be honest. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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  • If people didn't invent Gods I wouldn't have to deny them

    Priyal JainPriyal Jain15 dagen geleden
    • If people invented God, how did the universe get created? Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

      2fast2block2fast2blockDag geleden
  • I've been to see a couple of mediums and one of them had never met me before, only knew my first name, knew nothing else about me, but told me that my boyfriend's dad had come thru and then described down to a T how he died, even down to the building he was in when he died (a pub). It was quite a specific thing that he died of and this guy nailed it. I think there is some truth in the dead coming back thru to us, there has to be. This guy DID NOT know me and certainly did not know my boyfriend. PS I'm an atheist and love Dawkins, but I have no explanation for how this medium did what he did.

    Phoebe DinsmorePhoebe Dinsmore16 dagen geleden
    • This reminds me of an account I read of some claimed mentalist who at one point got a random person to hide a personal object inside a skyscraper. He then took the individuals hand, and then took them to the location it was hidden. How was it done? Perhaps think about this for a bit - what avenues were available to gain the necessary knowledge? It turns out the source of the information was the person who hid the object themselves - not through explicitly directing them, but something more subtle. Note that I mentioned they took the persons hand. This is the key piece of information. The audience member, being there to witness the feat, believed in the abilities of this mentalist. Believed enough that when their hand was taken, they expected the mentalist to lead them back to the object they hid. As a result, as they walked they would unconsciously show resistance if they went the wrong direction, and would slacken if it was correct. The mentalist wasn't the one leading at all! What was the point of this story? Because there are strong parallels here. There are many possible ways that medium could have gained the information, the simplest being that it was you all along! Not by explicit mention, but by subtler mannerisms or expressions that could give away information for someone good at picking it up. The second way is that they were simply knowledgeable of events in the area and by context were able to connect that you were related to a particular event. I am assuming that they were somewhat local to you, and I note that you mentioned the individual died in a pub - a public place that would get noticed. The last option that comes to mind is the classic medium trick of simply guessing, quickly moving on if it doesn't work and focusing if they got it right. Some combination of these things is likely to be the correct answer. It must be noted however, that at least some of those who devote themselves to spiritual stuff like mediums may believe what they are doing really is working - they don't realise that what pops into their head is not from spirits but their own unconscious mind. Of course, they may simply be an intelligent fraudster. In either case, there is a logical explanation. Hope this helps.

      Joshua SearleJoshua Searle12 dagen geleden
  • The guy in the back at 1:07:03 hahahaha

    Luke AndersonLuke Anderson16 dagen geleden
  • Dogmatic

    bleedinketchupbleedinketchup16 dagen geleden
  • Lol

    bleedinketchupbleedinketchup16 dagen geleden
  • I didn't know that Ricky Gerais met Richard Dawkins.

    Benjamin S.Benjamin S.16 dagen geleden
  • I don't understand people who believe in a God

    Gerry FrancisGerry Francis17 dagen geleden
    • @Fariyan Ahmed Here's what happens when you give an empty person common science they can't contend with, they will completely ignore it and since they are inept human beings that don't care, they will think they have something clever to say that makes it look like they are not as shallow as they are, so this is what is considered a good scientific come back to all the science they were provided: Drumroll, please.... their science....."so who/what created God?" Yes, I'm serious. I'm not making this up. They are really that empty.

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    • @2fast2block so who/what created God?

      Fariyan AhmedFariyan Ahmed7 dagen geleden
    • It's because you're like these empty people in the vid who don't care about understanding. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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  • I never saw any of them debating a Muslim theologian or scientist. Anyways here is an answer from Sapience Institute about Richards claim. nlworld.info/key/video/uGplnr2XrqxniG8

    marou wahbimarou wahbi17 dagen geleden
    • Richard claims many things he can't backup. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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  • I bet Ricky watches this and has a cringe face the entire time.

    MrSpoon123MrSpoon12318 dagen geleden
    • @2fast2block bro stop. Ur just spamming the comment with the same thing

      Mahsa QMahsa Q14 dagen geleden
    • Ricky is shallow like Richard. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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  • The opposite of faith is not heresy it’s indifference.

    slimjim227slimjim22718 dagen geleden
  • Mockery of religious beliefs is like a vaccine against the religion virus, a weekly booster is often helpful.

    slimjim227slimjim22718 dagen geleden
    • And you rely on these empty people for your "vaccine" shows how empty you are. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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  • People should understand humans always had this fear of something paranormal. They always feared ghosts. They have always feared unpredictable. Religion is built around those fears. So if an atheist is afraid in a cemetery, that fear was always there, it was before religion. Religion just took it and built stories around it. Having said that....The lady is fucking irritating. These atheist have a missionary zeal of spreading their 'truth'. Fight for science and truth and ofcourse fight against proselytization. God doesn't exist, but that feeling of what we call spirituality... Or conciousness.. Still strikes you some way or the other. So yeah, whether you believe in one or don't believe in one just shut the fuck up. If anyone says science is false or wrong... Well science is a painting in progress ... We keep guessing the best guess as new evidences arise. So sciencntistist have this humility of accepting that they are wrong. Relgion... They have even started a painting... And predicts there is mountain, and even when the painting is completed and the painting is just a lake... They will still say it's a mountain. That's the difference

    Dhum tana na naDhum tana na na18 dagen geleden
    • @Help Viewer yep thats the problem. I dont see any evidence just theories with a bunch of inconsistencies

      Mahsa QMahsa Q14 dagen geleden
    • You, Ricky, and Richard have a fear of science and understanding. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

      2fast2block2fast2block16 dagen geleden
    • However, I really wish for his non existence. I am pissed that we are not given undeniable evidence, but yet still expected to believe.

      Help ViewerHelp Viewer17 dagen geleden
    • Well fuck it. I will still believe in God. Let's see what happens, shall we?

      Help ViewerHelp Viewer17 dagen geleden
  • I am atheists and was told that I eat babies 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣😂😂😂😂😂

    Jason HicksJason Hicks19 dagen geleden
    • @2fast2block physicists aren’t even sure there’s such a thing as absolute nothing in the physical sense. There’s a 2 min video by Dawkins friend Krauss called the flavours of nothing which explains this in more detail.

      Good DayGood Day10 dagen geleden
    • You're an atheist because you're empty like Richard. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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  • What is wrong with the guy on 1:07:04 ???

    chicagatachicagata19 dagen geleden
  • Two UK eclipses ago, Dawkins was asked by the Sunday Times to explain what was going on. He got the details disastrously wrong. How did his name ever become associated with scientific fact? Oh, by the way, an Astronomer Royal did exactly the same thing in the same newspaper ... got the details very wrong, that is. Never believe individual scientists: believe only the scientific consensus!

    MrAaronveeMrAaronvee19 dagen geleden
    • @2fast2block I think that you are trying to make your second-hand knowledge of science do too much. How do you define 'nothing'? Nothing at all, or nothing material? Creation of particles from 'nothing' happens all the time. In fact, Positron Annihilation Spectroscopy is now a routine laboratory technique which uses the positrons (from spontaneous electron-positron pair creation) to study solids. Creation itself was also a quantum-mechanical phenomenon, and your knowledge of physics is clearly insufficient to handle that. At least you did not try to question how the early universe could expand at many times the speed of light, so you obviously know that 'schoolboy facts' about physics are not absolutely true. The same goes for thermodynamics. A very old argument by theists was that the development of an egg (and its inherent 'ordering') contradicts the 'law' that entropy always increases. It does not. You are reasoning using school-level equilibrium thermodynamics, when most of creation obeys non-linear far-from-equilibrium thermodynamics. Here is a simple experiment which demonstrates it: take 2 plates of glass and hinge them along one edge. Introduce some glycerine between them so that (with the hinge at the bottom) the space partially fills up. The upper edge of the glycerine will be straight. Now squeeze the top of the plates together. Depending upon how fast you do that, the (advancing) flat surface can become very intricate (artists have long-used this trick to make tree-shapes). Those shapes contradict your equilibrium thermodynamics and are known as dissipative structures. There is good reason to believe that many things in the universe, including living things, are dissipative structures. Complexity and design do not require a sentient creator. QED!

      MrAaronveeMrAaronvee16 dagen geleden
    • Richard believes in deciet. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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  • Can't wait for more

    Westley BrownWestley Brown20 dagen geleden
    • Because you're empty and love being that way. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

      2fast2block2fast2block16 dagen geleden
  • I’m actually not religious in the slightest but I found the woman at the start of this extremely arrogant. There are people out there who draw real inner strength from religion. There are people who find peace in it when they’re at the end of their life. And at the end of the day it’s a choice. Who the F are atheists to tell anyone what they should or shouldn’t believe. It’s nothing more than arrogance, and the only thing we know for certain just now is that we know very little about how the world works much less how the universe works. We don’t even know what dark matter is or what it’s purpose is but we know it’s there, and it makes up most of the universe. I’ll never call myself an atheist because I wouldn’t align myself with their I’m right and you’re wrong mentality. Even the most educated, well rounded scientist on the cutting edge of technology would never claim to know something for a fact. Also herbal medicines have been used for centuries and have proven health benefits. Studies have been done and although they’re not shown to be a cure for everything there are definite benefits to keeping toxins that you find in certain medicines out of your system. Anti depressants being the main one where certain homeopathic treatments combined with a healthy lifestyle has a far more beneficial outcome in a lot of cases than Prozac does.

    Dan McDonaldDan McDonald21 dag geleden
    • @Dan McDonald yup well said :)

      Mahsa QMahsa Q14 dagen geleden
    • @Mahsa Q absolutely, the issue I take is, I regard myself as a scientifically motivated person. I need evidence and for things too make sense, but when it comes to the universe scientists know for a fact that everything is connected they just don’t have all the answers as to how. Therefore the scientifically minded people can’t possible tell religious people they’re wrong because science is based on prediction and theories and although certain things can be observed others cannot, we are still far too primitive in the grand scheme of things to just brush off religion and religious people when there are things out there that we know exist but we can’t observe. I find it incredibly arrogant tbh. There’s no greater breeding ground for intuitive thought than that of an open mind.

      Dan McDonaldDan McDonald14 dagen geleden
    • Kinda same. I do call myself somewhat athiest but I also do not agree with that "im right ur wrong" mentality. But its always great to have a respectfull debate about it. I know many religious people whom I have tremendous respect for and they say that without god they couldnt handle the burdens of life. And I think thats the greatest thing faith can give people but for me personally it wasnt the answer

      Mahsa QMahsa Q14 dagen geleden
    • "Who the F are atheists to tell anyone what they should or shouldn’t believe." It's what they believe is what counts. They supply such great humor. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

      2fast2block2fast2block16 dagen geleden
  • Until Richard learns to behave himself in public I don’t consider him to be valuable.

    Stewart RogersStewart Rogers21 dag geleden
    • "Behave himself in public", huh? What did he do or say that was misbehaviour? Perhaps your post is a joke based on something in the video and not as bizarre as it seems?

      Damien SchwassDamien Schwass15 dagen geleden
    • In any way, he is not valuable. He's a joke. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

      2fast2block2fast2block16 dagen geleden
  • The Quran : Surah 3. « Al-Imran » (« The Family of Imran ») 84. Say, "We have believed in Allah and in what was revealed to us and what was revealed to Abraham, Ishmael, Isaac, Jacob, and the Descendants, and in what was given to Moses and Jesus and to the prophets from their Lord. We make no distinction between any of them, and we are Muslims [submitting] to Him." 85. And whoever desires other than Islam as religion - never will it be accepted from him, and he, in the Hereafter, will be among the losers. Surah 4. « An-Nisa » (« The Women ») 136. O you who have believed, believe in Allah and His Messenger and the Book that He sent down upon His Messenger and the Scripture which He sent down before. And whoever disbelieves in Allah, His angels, His books, His messengers, and the Last Day has certainly gone far astray. Surah 21. « Al-Anbiya » (« The Prophets ») : 30. Have those who disbelieved not considered that the heavens and the earth were a joined entity, and We separated them and made from water every living thing? Then will they not believe? 31. And We placed within the earth firmly set mountains, lest it should shift with them, and We made therein [mountain] passes [as] roads that they might be guided. 32. And We made the sky a protected ceiling, but they, from its signs, are turning away. 33. And it is He who created the night and the day and the sun and the moon; all [heavenly bodies] in an orbit are swimming. 34. And We did not grant to any man before you eternity [on earth]; so if you die - would they be eternal? 35. Every soul will taste death. And We test you with evil and with good as trial; and to Us you will be returned. . . 104. The Day when We will fold the heaven like the folding of a [written] sheet for the records. As We began the first creation, We will repeat it. [That is] a promise binding upon Us. Indeed, We will do it. Surah 51. « Adh-Dhariyat » (« The Wind that Scatter ») : 47. And the heaven We constructed with strength, and indeed, We are [its] expander. 48. And the earth We have spread out, and excellent is the preparer. 49. And of all things We created two mates; perhaps you will remember. 50. So flee to Allah. Indeed, I am to you from Him a clear warner. 51. And do not make [as equal] with Allah another deity. Indeed, I am to you from Him a clear warner. Faith, life, and Jesus Christ in the Quran: drive.google.com/file/d/1mpGv1QBm7b1GmbqwcNdYn9rZVi2jUufG/view The Quran: drive.google.com/file/d/18wPGuwFtwNpMgjMmv8LrhY4wcdbEGigS/view

    Soheil SofyanSoheil Sofyan22 dagen geleden
    • Load of shite

      James WilliamsJames Williams22 dagen geleden
    • The Bible : John 17 : 3. Now this is eternal life: that they know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom you have sent. John 20 : 17. Jesus said, “Do not hold on to me, for I have not yet ascended to the Father. Go instead to my brothers and tell them, ‘I am ascending to my Father and your Father, to my God and your God. Mark 12 : 28. One of the teachers of the law came and heard them debating. Noticing that Jesus had given them a good answer, he asked him, “Of all the commandments, which is the most important?” 29. “The most important one,” answered Jesus, “is this: ‘Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one. 30. Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.’ Matthew 5 : 17. “Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I have not come to abolish them but to fulfill them. 18. For truly I tell you, until heaven and earth disappear, not the smallest letter, not the least stroke of a pen, will by any means disappear from the Law until everything is accomplished. 19. Therefore anyone who sets aside one of the least of these commands and teaches others accordingly will be called least in the kingdom of heaven, but whoever practices and teaches these commands will be called great in the kingdom of heaven. 20. For I tell you that unless your righteousness surpasses that of the Pharisees and the teachers of the law, you will certainly not enter the kingdom of heaven. Matthew 21 : 42. Jesus said to them, “Have you never read in the Scriptures: “‘The stone the builders rejected has become the cornerstone; the Lord has done this, and it is marvelous in our eyes? 43. “Therefore I tell you that the kingdom of God will be taken away from you and given to a people who will produce its fruit. 44. Anyone who falls on this stone will be broken to pieces; anyone on whom it falls will be crushed.” ######################## Numbers 31 : 7. They fought against Midian, as the Lord commanded Moses, and killed every man. 8. Among their victims were Evi, Rekem, Zur, Hur and Reba-the five kings of Midian. They also killed Balaam son of Beor with the sword. 9. The Israelites captured the Midianite women and children and took all the Midianite herds, flocks and goods as plunder. 10. They burned all the towns where the Midianites had settled, as well as all their camps. 11. They took all the plunder and spoils, including the people and animals, 12. and brought the captives, spoils and plunder to Moses and Eleazar the priest and the Israelite assembly at their camp on the plains of Moab, by the Jordan across from Jericho. 13. Moses, Eleazar the priest and all the leaders of the community went to meet them outside the camp. 14. Moses was angry with the officers of the army-the commanders of thousands and commanders of hundreds-who returned from the battle. 15. “Have you allowed all the women to live?” he asked them. 16. “They were the ones who followed Balaam’s advice and enticed the Israelites to be unfaithful to the Lord in the Peor incident, so that a plague struck the Lord’s people. 17. Now kill all the boys. And kill every woman who has slept with a man, 18. but save for yourselves every girl who has never slept with a man. 1 Samuel 15 : 3. Now go, attack the Amalekites and totally destroy[a] all that belongs to them. Do not spare them; put to death men and women, children and infants, cattle and sheep, camels and donkeys. Hosea 13 : 16. The people of Samaria must bear their guilt, because they have rebelled against their God. They will fall by the sword; their little ones will be dashed to the ground, their pregnant women ripped open.

      Soheil SofyanSoheil Sofyan22 dagen geleden
  • Ricky and Richard......two of my heroes 👍

    Chelsea Acid CasualChelsea Acid Casual22 dagen geleden
    • Yes, this 2fast2block guy is copy-pasting this same garbage all over the place, on this video and others. Zzzzz indeed

      Damien SchwassDamien Schwass15 dagen geleden
    • @2fast2block zzzzzzzzzzzzz

      Chelsea Acid CasualChelsea Acid Casual16 dagen geleden
    • It's because you're empty too like them. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

      2fast2block2fast2block16 dagen geleden
  • I’ll pray to the one true god, his holiness, Joe Pesci to save all of you and to welcome you into his kingdom.

    Karl 3Karl 322 dagen geleden
    • You're as funny as Richard, but it's funny in the bad way, you shallow person, you. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

      2fast2block2fast2block16 dagen geleden
  • I love ricky's laugh it's great .....

    Stephen BurdessStephen Burdess23 dagen geleden
    • @2fast2block you didn't give any reason for the supernatural.

      Stephen BurdessStephen Burdess16 dagen geleden
    • @Stephen Burdess "you shouldnt accept a supernatural until its demonstrated.." I gave just one of the tons and you being an empty person because you can't get around it chose to lie. So lie to your heart's content in your empty life.

      2fast2block2fast2block16 dagen geleden
    • @2fast2block you shouldnt accept a supernatural until its demonstrated.. also its more reasonable to think its an unknown natural cause rather than an unknown supernatural.

      Stephen BurdessStephen Burdess16 dagen geleden
    • @Stephen Burdess "That would entail the has always been energy right?" No, it does not but to shallow people like you it can mean that because you can't read and think. "You are using the first law, and then in your next sentence you say God created it." Actually for those that can read I said... Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. And you can't get around any of it so you lie.

      2fast2block2fast2block16 dagen geleden
    • @2fast2block Hey thanks for your comment. 1LT energy can't be created or destroyed. That would entail the has always been energy right? You are using the first law, and then in your next sentence you say God created it. Isn't that a contradiction ? Also you still haven't demonstrated your / a God exists. Your whole comme t seems to be argumemt from incredulity, God of the gaps. And argument from ignorance.

      Stephen BurdessStephen Burdess16 dagen geleden
  • The pink move neuroanatomically surprise because north philly walk amongst a chemical account. outrageous, delirious band

    Dylan CarruthersDylan Carruthers24 dagen geleden
  • To be an Atheist, surely you got to believe that there is a god to not believe in it??

    Zany WabbitZany Wabbit24 dagen geleden
    • @Zany Wabbit. LOL indeed.

      Damien SchwassDamien Schwass15 dagen geleden
    • @Damien Schwass I'm 50, lol

      Zany WabbitZany Wabbit15 dagen geleden
    • @Zany Wabbit why would you ask me to "think about it then" if you thought your OP was better off ignored. You actually thought it did make sense huh? Go back to your computer games kiddo.

      Damien SchwassDamien Schwass15 dagen geleden
    • @Damien Schwass oh perlease..... ignore me and move on

      Zany WabbitZany Wabbit15 dagen geleden
    • @Zany Wabbit. Do you really need to have this explained to you? There are gods in myths and in claims about reality. But they are claims that atheists don't believe. If you were being sensible you should have said "there is a god _claim_ to not believe in". The existence of the claim is the reason why atheism and atheists exist, not the existence of a god. Saying only "there is a god", is either stating a fact or merely making a claim about reality. Similarly, saying "Harry Potter exists" (without clarifying that by adding "...as a fictional character in a book.") is also claim. "To be a Harry Potter disbeliever, surely you've got to believe there IS a Harry Potter to not believe in". This makes as much sense as your OP. It's a bit a childish, isn't it? I'm afraid your attempt to highlight a contradiction or be clever is a bit silly.

      Damien SchwassDamien Schwass15 dagen geleden
  • God Does Not Believe in Atheists - "The Fool says in his heart there is no God!" The 80-year-old, Richard Dawkins is the Consumate FOOL; he and all of those who believe that there is no God (Atheism - Non-Thesism is the height of Absurdity) and have dedicated their lives to deny the fact that there is a Creator God. Yes, he and they will all answer to Jesus Christ after they die! "It is appointed for man ones to die and then the Judgment!" #Atheists​​ "believe" in the Scientific Impossibility that Nothing Created Everything! Macroevolution (molecules-to-man #Evolution​​) is an outright hoax. It was designed to get you to think incorrectly about the world. Blinding yourself to reality. - I have spoken to 1000's evolutionists and every evolutionist I have spoken to has "Taken the Fifth" when it comes to Abiogenesis (i.e. Spontaneous Generation ) of life! Predictably they always say that Evolution does not deal with the Origins of Life! Then how do you get life on earth to eventually start the process of Evolution? It can't even get out of the "Starting Blocks!" You can't 'Take the Fifth' in Science... but Evolutionists do because they don't want to Incriminate themselves as non-scientific or expose themselves as complete fools. ************************************************************* 1. We are Fearfully and Wonderfully Made nlworld.info/key/video/2IN3hKere6-bgKI​​ 2. Your Amazing Hearing System - Created and Designed by God a. nlworld.info/key/video/lISkl8zHnaFjinw​​ b. nlworld.info/key/video/w7CbZLzHnI2jq5o​​ 3. Human Chimp DNA Similarity--Is it really 98%? nlworld.info/key/video/umqih62zpn2mhZ4​​ 4. The Fossil Record: Proof of Noah's Flood or Evolution nlworld.info/key/video/0oCDi9PQloFlqqo​​ 5. Noah's Flood and Catastrophic Plate Tectonics (from Pangea to Today) nlworld.info/key/video/ynCEdc_RaJ-mmJo​​ 6. Evolution: Not A Chance! - Dr. David Menton nlworld.info/key/video/q5ucZtPEhox4h6Y​​ 7. Evolution vs. God nlworld.info/key/video/tmimZZKVen6Ag4g​​ 8. The Atheist Delusion - Are you Brainwashed and Deluded? nlworld.info/key/video/pKCIm7-WoI-IrYQ​​ 9. Ten of the Top Scientific Facts in the Bible youtu.be/t2sMJMXD

    Sensei Kurt: International Body-Guard - Realtor in Sonoma County, CASensei Kurt: International Body-Guard - Realtor in Sonoma County, CA24 dagen geleden
  • Ah, Mr. Gervais in his trademark black. In fact, there are things that never change.

    P HP H25 dagen geleden
  • Don't bother, it's ruined by the childish humour of Gervais and his desparate attempt to be accepted as an Intellectual Clown. More annoying than enjoyable.

    Strider SoftStrider Soft25 dagen geleden
    • Anyone who takes Richard seriously is very empty. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

      2fast2block2fast2block16 dagen geleden
    • @tec lo Well you said he thinks it, which is odd since he's never said that he thinks it so I'm not sure how you know

      James WilliamsJames Williams21 dag geleden
    • @James Williams when did i say that he said he was an intellectual

      tec lotec lo21 dag geleden
    • @tec lo when has he said he's an intellectual?

      James WilliamsJames Williams22 dagen geleden
    • i havent even watched this cos i find it hilarious that gervais thinks himself an intellectual

      tec lotec lo25 dagen geleden
  • What did they yell that made Ricky laugh when he was talking about The Office?

    Thomas Hon, Jr.Thomas Hon, Jr.26 dagen geleden
  • Adds are killing NLworld

    Barry DrummondsBarry Drummonds26 dagen geleden
  • Unbelief is the most disrespectful and ignoble personality trait that an identity with a human form can possess. It is ignorance.

    Stewart RogersStewart Rogers26 dagen geleden
    • Not just unbelief, it's how they mock, and yet they don't care about understanding. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

      2fast2block2fast2block16 dagen geleden
  • What a wonderful instalment towards the enjoyment of commonsense .

    WiliS SWiliS S26 dagen geleden
    • @WiliS S what I revealed of me is the evidence I gave, you can't get around, and always, you want to point the finger at me for your emptiness. That still keeps you empty.

      2fast2block2fast2block12 dagen geleden
    • @2fast2blockand your life is so full.. sad to meet you.

      WiliS SWiliS S12 dagen geleden
    • @WiliS S meaning, you can't show me wrong and your only reaction in your empty life is to act smugly.

      2fast2block2fast2block13 dagen geleden
    • @2fast2block yes sir.. of course sir.. anything you say sir.

      WiliS SWiliS S14 dagen geleden
    • Shut up about common sense for these goons. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

      2fast2block2fast2block16 dagen geleden
  • Ricky quoting stats is the funniest thing of the video

    Brammy007aBrammy007a27 dagen geleden
    • @2fast2block Yawn.... just more 'god of the gaps' nonsense "This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator".... HAAAA... really? How do you make THAT leap? "Faith"? Look, at this point there are a number of hypotheses as to what might have initiated the formation of the universe as we know it. Some involve a cyclic universe, some propose multiple universes continually popping off in a larger landscape that we cannot (and likely will never) be able to observe). The fact of the matter is that at this point we simply do not know. "Once a supernatural creation is accepted".... soooo fucking comical. And you are RIGHT!!!!!..... once you accept magic as the answer ANYTHING is possible. I could say the same thing about the Flying Spaghetti Monster (pasta be upon Him). Once you accept His noodly goodness, ANYTHING is possible. If you would actually read Krauss's book instead of just going off the title, you might get an understanding of what he is talking about. His main point is that the total energy in the universe (as best we can tell) is ZERO because gravity acts as a negative, while all matter and light act as a positive. "We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.".............. YAWN. So fucking intellectually lazy. Just saying "god dun it" is so much easier than admitting that there are things that we do not know and then doing the hard work of investigation. Now can we just skip the preliminaries and get to the threats of a "hell" which is at the heart of your kristian cult? Come on, sonny, you can do it.

      Brammy007aBrammy007a16 dagen geleden
    • Ricky believing what he and Richard believe is funny to me. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

      2fast2block2fast2block16 dagen geleden
  • Someone explain to Gervais there are more options than believe or disbelieve. Agnosticism isn't "undecided," it's the decision to not choose, or unbelief. Science is agnostic, you don't believe in things and then look for evidence or choose to disbelieve and ignore evidence, you believe when there is evidence and reserve judgement until evidence is presented.

    Rick McQuayRick McQuay28 dagen geleden
    • They ignore the evidence. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

      2fast2block2fast2block16 dagen geleden
  • Great birthday gift to me. Why would anyone sit through this then give it a thumbs down????

    PappyPappy29 dagen geleden
    • @2fast2block further gobbledegook will not receive a response from me.. Please listen to the introduction from the podium.

      PappyPappy16 dagen geleden
    • Because they are empty people. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

      2fast2block2fast2block16 dagen geleden
  • No wonder Rikki did so badly in his philosophy degree. He doesn't even grasp atheism. He has swallowed the American Atheist web site bullshit completely. There are actually 4 doors, anyway, 1. I believe gods exist 2. I don't believe gods do not exist 3. I believe gods don't exist 4. I don't believe gods exist Theists agree with 1 and 2 Atheists agree with 3 and 4 Agnostics agree with 2 and 4. It is simply not true that atheists agree only with 4. Logically, there is no differenece between "weak" theist and weak" atheist. They are identical. This knowledge and belief crap is a misnomer and erroneus etymology. It is also possible to not know which you agree with. {:-:-:}

    Ansfrida EyowulfsdottirAnsfrida Eyowulfsdottir29 dagen geleden
    • @Ansfrida Eyowulfsdottir ....another piece of advice.... of you think you have an argument (I've yet to see one) *then get to the point* ..... you're padding out your posts with boring waffling....

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    • @Ansfrida Eyowulfsdottir _"So you are agnostic."_ Maybe... But I don't happen to believe in any gods so I am an atheist. I may be an agnostic atheist. _" You do not believe that there ARE gods, "_ I'm not making that claim... there may be... but I don't know enough to make such a claim. I don't believe yet that there are any gods... I'd love to believe such a thing... but i'm not making such a bold claim that there aren't.... Is this sinking in?

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    • @Ansfrida Eyowulfsdottir _" Your comical assuption that I am a theist "_ I've yet to see anyone ever attack atheism who isn't a theist. So it's an entirely reasonable assumption. So are you a theist? Yes or no? _"f you state a belief, or a lack of belief, in x you are making a claim"_ bzzzt.... oh sorry but you're wrong sunshine.... by refraining from believing in something you are not actually making ac claim. _"regardless of what Matt Dullardhunty tells"_ It's really weird that you keep talking about him.... You're a little nutty arent you? _"If you have no reasons to justify that belief, claim o"_ Not making a claim... so I don't need to bother with whatever it was you said after that. _"Without reasons, you are irrational. "_ The only "reason" here is that I've yet to believe that something exists... Nothing irrational about that. Try again sport! _"But you clearly lack what Americans would call "third grade comprehension""_ Look at you getting so mad because I'm tearing apart your simplistic arguments with ease. _"I know the Americans suffered very badly from 150 "_ I'm not american so I can skip that too. There is not a lot of worthwhile content in your posts. A little advice kiddo... try to make coherent arguments... that would be better than ranting an crying. _"Agnostics, for example, agree with 2 and 4 in the OP."_ You're confused kiddo. Agnosticism is about knowledge...not belief. You can be an agnostic atheist. You have a lot to learn.

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    • @Mark H _"think there could be gods... I've yet to see evidence..."_ So you are agnostic. There IS a claim there: the claim that you believe that there could be gods, and the claim that you have not seen sufficient evidence. You are agnostic. You believe there could be gods. You do not believe that there ARE gods, but you also do not believe that there are NO gods. Insufficient evidence is actually a reasonable, rational justification and you have met your burden of proof. {:-:-:}

      Ansfrida EyowulfsdottirAnsfrida Eyowulfsdottir28 dagen geleden
    • @Mark H Ah, so you are a liar as well as intellectually sub-literate? Inventing things that never happened in this thread? Your comical assuption that I am a theist must have been excruciatingly embarassing for you. If you state a belief, or a lack of belief, in _x_ you are making a claim and asserting a position; regardless of what Matt Dullardhunty tells you when he is lying through his teeth. If you have no reasons to justify that belief, claim or position (which is all a "burden of proof" actually is), then you are irrational and unreasonable. TAE/AEA have been indocrtinating poeople to spout this garbage _sans_ critical thinking, just as you have done, for decades. AA since about the 1950s. I simply do not beieve that you came about this parrot-fashion vomiting independently. You have reasons for believing that taxes exist and not believing in Santa Claus. The same applies to any other belief or non-belief. Without reasons, you are irrational. But you clearly lack what Americans would call "third grade comprehension" to even discuss it. I know the Americans suffered very badly from 150 years of covered wagons and no schools, and the Christinantards are trying to replace education with Bible classes, but you do not have to remain willfully ignorant forever. This is partly why being British means that I actualy understand these terms. We have decent shools. Agnostics, for example, agree with 2 and 4 in the OP. The _reason_ they agree with both is because, at a deeper, more fundamental level, they believe that nothing can be known one way or the other about any being that allegedly "transcends" the Universe. So they agree with both 2 and 4, until evidence is shown either way, which they believe cannot exist and can never happen. Matt Dullardhunty deliberately lies and deliberately misleads when he claims that _"agnosticism speaks to knowledge."_ He is not even telling half the story and that is deliberate and by design. Agnostics still hold to belief 2 and 4. {:-:-:}

      Ansfrida EyowulfsdottirAnsfrida Eyowulfsdottir28 dagen geleden
  • 00:08:32 to skip the ridiculous buffoon who introduces the woman who introduces the ridiculous buffoon who introduces Richard Dawkins. {:-:-:}

    Ansfrida EyowulfsdottirAnsfrida Eyowulfsdottir29 dagen geleden
  • Science knows what it knows and knows that it does not know certain things.But, importantly it also knows that there are things it does not know not to know. (yes, really - if I did not mix it up)

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  • Me: British accent can make anyone sound so authentic. 😀😀😀

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    • Not even the way the sound can help their emptiness though. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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  • I’ve no dogma, religion, belief, but it strikes me that self-described atheists are at all times trying to prove a negative, and rather arrogantly at that.

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    • You've got no belief? That's what atheism is.

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  • WTF? I love eating salmon. Does that make me a cannibal?

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    • In a way. All life is related. What level of classification would you consider cannibalism? Species? Genus? Family?

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    • Also @ 44:00 go to your dentist rather than your tattoo guy...

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  • "Why isn't there a croco-duck?" There is. It's called a platypus.

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  • Nobody has proven nothingness. Is it full? Or empty? Emptiness has ROOM, so that there are still length, width, and depth. All can be measured. But imagine nothingness. Even imagining only, you all fail. There is even no space. God is even more absurd. And there are 2500 Gods in human history.

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    • If you want absurd, read your own stuff. Richard can't explain it either because you are both so screwed up. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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  • Creativity is Intelligence having fun - Einstein It's what Gervais has plenty of. The other prim and proper fellow has no sense of humor whatsoever... nudge nudge!

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    • Ricky does not have intelligence. Shut the F up. "People who believe in God don’t need proof of his existence, and they certainly don’t want evidence to the contrary. They are happy with their belief. They even say things like “it’s true to me” and “it’s faith." Ricky Gervais Ricky does not know what biblical faith is because he just does not care to know. Biblically, faith means trust. It's a trust by evidence seen. God asks that we prove things. To reason. To get knowledge. To study. God has nothing to hide. We develop trust from what is seen, and that which is not seen yet is trusted also because of the trust built up from what is seen. It's much like a human relationship. We don't trust much until a person has gained that trust from what is observed. The difference is though, God is not limited to human powers. He created us. Romans 1:20 For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities-his eternal power and divine nature-have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse. crossexamined.org/biblical-faith-vs-blind-faith/ www.truthortradition.com/articles/what-does-the-bible-say-about-faith www.revisedenglishversion.com/Appendix/16/Faith_is_Trust www.truthortradition.com/articles/faith-a-confident-expectation-of-gods-promises-coming-to-pass www.truthortradition.com/articles/hebrews-1-11-and-faith Ricky can't even explain the start, creation, and yet he acts so smugly. Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space, and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God. Only shallow people follow Ricky.

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  • At 45.45 ,"have you ever found it useful?" About now.

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  • Saying 'I believe there's a God' and saying 'I believe there's no God', well that's two sides of the same coin. You still believe in something you don't know anything about.

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    • 2fast2block lol, u really don’t have an answer

      Shashvat SinghShashvat Singh29 dagen geleden
    • 2fast2block nlworld.info/key/video/22x9p7appGphbYA here u go, it is possible by quantum mechanics that a universe can come from nothing

      Shashvat SinghShashvat Singh29 dagen geleden
    • @Shashvat Singh enjoy your unimportant, shallow, empty life pretending to want to know things. It will have a very harsh ending, all thanks to you.

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    • 2fast2block what laws does the supernatural being follow and how does it attract with us natural peasants?

      Shashvat SinghShashvat Singh29 dagen geleden
    • @Shashvat Singh it's understandable how empty people like you think such an empty question as yours somehow gets you out of how creation came to be, but since you are so shallow, I need to tell you, it does not get you out of such an explanation; it shows even more how little you think. So in your way of shallow thinking, if a supernatural creator created the natural realm, then that supernatural creator who created the natural realm with its natural laws has then become also bound by those natural laws the supernatural creator created. So explain why a supernatural creator is also bound by the laws the supernatural creator created. Or, show how smart you are and just give your science for creation happening naturally and don't forget to give your science how the natural laws were created, too. If you want to act smart, it may be a good idea to actually show you are.

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  • "People try and give ideas human rights, so you leave them alone and you don't have to. You can ridicule ideas without hurting anyone. " - Ricky Gervais. "That deserves a round of applause" - Richard Dawkins.

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    • @2fast2block "God exists... because the bible said so."

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    • @SuperSponge and it's "irony" by your evidence of... (blank)

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    • @2fast2block The irony in you saying that. So be it...

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    • @SuperSponge People like me want to think and not be as shallow as those in this vid.

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    • @2fast2block People like you are interesting...

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  • Why are there so many humourless people in the audience. An extraordinary number of Po faced people who can’t crack a smile. And why are most of them women with crossed arms?

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    • Maybe because Richard makes no sense. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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  • Watch this guy on the left at 1:07:03 what the fuk happened :D

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  • "that deserves a round of applause" from Dawkins is probably the greatest compliment Ricky has ever received 1:01:27

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    • @Martino San Martin how an empty person thinks they got around the science I gave on creation... "we flew to the moon with science, god flew us into two buildings"

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    • @2fast2block we flew to the moon with science, god flew us into two buildings

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    • From one empty person to the next. Wow. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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  • This aged well, anti vax 😂

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  • Come on man, can't anyone see how they're focusing on Islam and Christianity but for some reason they're giving Judaism a free pass? Why is this?

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    • Who cares. Both are pretty empty. Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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  • Oh, so that's what Quirkology has been doing

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  • Exactly... "If people didn't invent gods, they wouldn't have to deny them." I think this is why I don't really want to hang out with either group, the religionists nor the atheists. There is something very annoying about each group and I think it has to do with making declarations about the unknown. I don't want to hang out with cops or robbers but they cancel each other out for my benefit. Same with atheists versus religionists. I'll be over here minding my own business wishing neither of you had to exist.

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    • @2fast2block Could you maybe summarize in a sentence or two what evidence you were talking about? Not more run-on sentences and vitriol but a succinct, clear statement?

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    • @Chris Bentley "Not sure why you keep bringing up the word "evidence" for some reason." You're not sure when it's clear I gave it. "Start with a conclusion and then find evidence to prove it?" I gave the evidence first, you just keep on ignoring it because you can't touch it.

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    • @2fast2block okedoke then. Not sure why you keep bringing up the word "evidence" for some reason. You wrote earlier: "Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it." Start with a conclusion and then find evidence to prove it? Sounds legit.

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    • ​@Chris Bentley "I don't think I came across as rude at all" From the same empty person that gave us...."That's the shrinking god model." From the same person that gave NOTHING to make my evidence shrink. "Your response is...crazy." From the same person who said..."The god of the gaps." and I show their prayer with "the god of the gaps" as they ignore science we know. Go on with your empty life and empty replies. You love being like that.

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    • @2fast2block Yikes. It would probably be fun talk over a couple of beers but...not like this. I don't think I came across as rude at all, certainly wasn't trying. Your response is...crazy. I'm honestly wishing you well. Later.

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  • A shame the presenter didn’t leave the comedy to the comedian.

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    • I was thinking just the opposite ... what a great presenter... Setting up a good mood. XD

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  • "There shouldnt even be a word for atheists, because if people didnt invent god I wouldnt have to deny it. " - he is a fckin genious. Im out of words, this is one of the best sentences on faith I've ever heared, and I've heared a lot.

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    • @Nikt Niewiem " when out of logocal arguments" As you pretend that you got around the science I gave, for laughs, copy and paste what your wrote that got around the science I gave that you consider logical. "We know how it was with Copernicus and flat earth, turned out everyone in the world were wrong for thousands of years." Is there anything you know that you actually know what you're talking about? creation.com/flat-earth-myth Please, you're so good for spreading laughter. Show how you got around the science I gave.

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    • @2fast2block yeah go on offend me xD 99% of uneducated people offend others when out of logocal arguments. Do you even realise you would still believe in Santa Claus if your parents didn't tell you he is not real? All kids stop believing in Santa but everyone still believes in another fictional character, just because everyone else thinks it is ok to believe in god. This is called social proof, and it makes people behave as other people, it is a survival mechanism engraved in our subconsiousness. Sadly in a developed civilisation it is useless as most people are wrong about most things, so following the crowd is almost never a good idea. We know how it was with Copernicus and flat earth, turned out everyone in the world were wrong for thousands of years.

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    • ​@Nikt Niewiem "The only thing all of the things you mentioned point to is that we do not yet know for sure how the universe started." I showed what we know and have no doubts about. You gave no science why it should be doubted because you can't. All your blah, blah and you never got around it. "but we assume there was something before rather than nothing or we are a part of much more complicated structure than we are able to obseve (ex. More dimensdimensional universe), which kind of prooves itself with new discoveries as we are still finding smaller and smaller and also bigger and bigger and even invisible components of matter and space( quarks, strings, dark matter, expansion of space, dilatation of time etc.)" Dung truly has more value than your words.

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    • @2fast2block you make a typical logical fallacy. The only thing all of the things you mentioned point to is that we do not yet know for sure how the universe started. It is is commonly called god of the gaps, where people assume that "if I dont understand/know therefore it must be god". This fallacy is as old as human kind, basically all greek/ancient/pagan/slavic/prehistoric gods come from this. Your second sentence can be translated to "I do not know how the universe came to existace, and I did not find any good explanation so I believe this must be god". Also the big bang theory does not violate the conservation of energy rule, if it did it would not be a scientific theory(check if you know what scientific theory is and how it differs from ex. just a personal theory of someone). There are some hypothesis on what was before the big bang, but we can not verify them scientifically so they are not theories, but we assume there was something before rather than nothing or we are a part of much more complicated structure than we are able to obseve (ex. More dimensdimensional universe), which kind of prooves itself with new discoveries as we are still finding smaller and smaller and also bigger and bigger and even invisible components of matter and space( quarks, strings, dark matter, expansion of space, dilatation of time etc.)

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    • There's nothing much genius about them. So if man invented God, how did we get the universe and all that's in it? Richard Dawkins teaches the universe came from "literally nothing." Real science says nothing does nothing. Real science says if there was something there already it must fit with the evidence of what we know. We know the 1LT says there's a conservation of energy. It can change forms and neither can be created or destroyed. Creation cannot happen by natural means. The 2LT has various aspects, one being the universe is winding down, entropy. Usable energy is becoming less usable, so at one point usable energy was at its max. This all points to a supernatural creation, by a supernatural creator at a certain point in which matter, space and time were created. When I read how it can happen otherwise, ALL the fools resort to science-fiction. Once a supernatural creation is accepted, then the next step is finding proof of what supernatural power did it. We can't get anything from "literally nothing." We can't even get science without God. The laws of nature only can come from a Lawgiver, God.

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  • 1:07:04 that guy on the left is my spirit animal

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