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Do scientists believe in a Galactic Omnipresent Darkness?
Scientists now believe that there is a dark matter in the universe.
It is considered that the only explanation, is that there is dark matter, in quantities that exceed, that of visible matter.
This truely is a Galactic Omnipresent Darkness.
WAIT A MINUTE.
It cannot be seen. It cannot be touched. Not proven to exist, just believed to exist. It has an effect on everything that happens in the universe.
Does this mean that scientists now believe that there is a G.O.D.
It is a common misconception that scientists do not believe in God.
Scientists merely strive for proof. When they stumble on something that contradicts the Bible. they are chastised by the Church.
This though has become less common place these days, as even the church recognize that parts of the Bible are mere metaphors and not necessarily factual.
However, could this dark matter prove as unfathomable and elusive as God?
Now we are approaching a time when we could really learn if there is a God.
Soon our Voyager spacecraft will leave our solar system. What will we learn from them?
A spacecraft is orbiting an asteroid, what will that learn?
The United Nations have just appointed an ambassador for aliens.
The lead scientist for SETI believes we will have proof of alien existence by 2016.
NASA is shutting down its current space program, some believe that it is in order to prepare for a new program, employing new technology, perhaps with the capability to reach the stars.
These are exciting times in space exploration. Will we find proof of life on other planets?
If so, will they believe in God? Do they have proof of his existence? Or do they have proof otherwise?