Why are we here?

The best explanation for the beginning of the universe so far is the ‘big bang’ when matter was created out of energy in a huge explosion. On Earth, physical conditions arose that happened to lead to life, beginning with a ‘soup’ of increasingly complex organic molecules and inorganic salts, which developed into amino acids and then nucleic acids.

‘The argument from design rests on the notion that everything, but God, must come from something. However, once you agree that it is logically possible for an entity to exist that was not itself created, namely God, then that entity can just as well be the universe itself. 
Indeed, this is a more economical possibility, not requiring the additional hypothesis of a supernatural power outside the universe…’ Victor Stenger (1935-) physicist and author

 

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