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October 26, 2011 / itsnobody

What is scientific proof?

Now that atheist animals have taken over science it’s the duty of Theists like me to teach the atheist animals about science. I have reasoned out just exactly what scientific proof is.

So what is scientific proof (as opposed to mathematical proof)?

Scientific proof can best be described as: A conclusion drawn from a repeatable observation that does not violate Ockham’s razor.

For something to be considered scientific proof it must meet those two requirements: not violating Ockham’s razor (making the least possible amount of assumptions) and being drawn from a repeatable observation.

Or in other words the conclusion drawn from a repeatable observation making the least possible amount of assumptions.

A repeatable observation is an observation that is produced over and over again (yielding the same results).

Some people in the past may have considered Newtonian gravity to be proven, but through Ockham’s razor you would’ve only concluded that in certain conditions Newtonian gravity is extremely accurate, not that Newtonian gravity works for everything in all conditions. We can see the importance of making the least possible amount of assumptions (Ockham’s razor) in drawing conclusions.

Unfortunately in modern times now that atheists have taken over science many physicists don’t even know what scientific proof even is or even what Ockham’s razor is (some even have the wrong definition). In modern times some physicists don’t even rely upon empirical observations but instead mathematical speculations.

In order for something to be considered as proof, always make the least possible amount of assumptions.

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  1. Anonymous / Dec 24 2015 11:46 pm

    It seems as if the existence of God as described by many religions, unbacked by evidence, is shredded by Occam’s Razor. Could you please provide some evidence that would make it appear a plausible possibility?

  2. Anonymous / Aug 12 2012 11:52 pm

    I can’t think of anything described as a scientific proof as you have defined, could you provide an example?

  3. Rory Betthauser / Nov 2 2011 9:26 am

    Its like you read my mind! You appear to know a lot about this, like you wrote the book in it or something. I think that you could do with some pics to drive the message home a bit, but instead of that, this is wonderful blog. An excellent read. I will certainly be back.

  4. Aries / Oct 28 2011 5:15 pm

    I’m not an atheist or theist or anything like that, but lets face it this whole idea of God is Intellectual materialism, god is a by-product of our failure to explain, hence God is just there to account for the first cause, now i don’t know what god is, hell i’m not even sure if he/it/she even exists, but if he does i can garrendamntee you its nothing like what people belive, i belive that the universes exists was inevitible and it is its own cause, with no purpose

    • itsnobody / Nov 2 2011 12:28 am

      You’re just using a popular straw man definition of God as a “first cause” or whatever. It’s quite obvious you like most gullible people got their information from The Simpsons or Family Guy or the liberal atheist media. I don’t believe in God as a “first cause” but rather as the first and last.

      As for where the idea of God came from, the psychology behind the belief in God doesn’t tell us whether or not God exists. You can’t determine whether or not a belief is true or false by determining the psychology behind the belief.

      For instance I cannot determine whether or not multiple universes, the string theory, General Relativity, or the Field Theory are true or false by determining the psychology behind why people believe in those things.

  5. Aries metow / Oct 26 2011 3:28 pm

    You don’t get it… If there was a god we would not need faith, we would have known he was there, faith is only hoping that he exists, god is only what you want to belive not the truth, what kind of god creates us than refuses to show himself, throws a book down to earth with ten things he doesnt want you to do and makes up retarded exuses as to why we can’t see him

    • itsnobody / Oct 26 2011 4:31 pm

      Your post clearly demonstrates how atheists typically lack understanding of everything.

      “If there was a god we would not need faith, we would have known he was there” – This is a false statement based off flawed reasoning, if there was a God then it would be irrelevant to the existence of God if we had faith or not in God, God would still exist undetected, just like how if there really are multiple universes it wouldn’t matter if we had faith or belief without evidence in them or not they would still exist undetected. Knowing if God is there has to do with empirical testability.

      “faith is only hoping that he exists, god is only what you want to belive not the truth” – Faith means belief without evidence and God is the truth and the closer we come to the truth the closer will we come towards God, the ones preventing people from seeing the truth are atheists. When atheists speak they can only tell lies, it is just their inherent nature.

      “what kind of god creates us than refuses to show himself, throws a book down to earth with ten things he doesnt want you to do and makes up retarded exuses as to why we can’t see him” – Just an argument from personal incredulity. Questioning “what kind of God” does nothing to refute the existence of God.

      Because of the unusual ignorance atheists possess I think I should soon publish a new article “The Top 10 Things Stink Atheists Don’t Know”.

      Atheists are so unusually gullible and usually ignorant..

      • Chris P / Feb 9 2012 12:24 am

        Yeh right we’re so gullible that we don’t tithe ten percent of our income to feed a child abuser priest. That we are so ignorant as to not believe in a silly god who designed a planet for us that was so badly made that it killed 20,000 plus innocent Japanese.

        Your magic creator couldn’t even create a human body that wasn’t stupid. Putting the urinary tract through the prostate. Having us share our food tract with our breathing tract unlike dolphins. Giving us a tail that is painful if we fall on it and which sometimes appears on the outside as a tail that we have to cut it off. And then how wonderful of a god is he when he “blesses” a women with a pregnancy only for it to turn out to be an anencephalic baby with half it’s head missing and likely to cause the mother to die.

        Why the hell would you worship such a jerk.

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