3 thoughts on “NASA | Evolution of the Moon

  1. Hi. I’m skeptical, too. However, I do know that there are three (3) types of knowledge: the Known, the Unknown and the Unknowable. Of course, I get some discussion about the “Unknowable”, but it all boils down to the fact that humans are finite beings, and we all live in an infinite universal system; which boundaries (if any) can’t be encompassed by finite intellect. So, those claiming that there is no God/Design/Plan/Creator hasn’t a clue about Epistemology and is only preaching to an off-key choir …


    1. From what I’ve read and heard from my fellow atheists, few actually argue in terms of definite knowledge of the nonexistence of the divine…most, like Dawkins and Asimov, will say they are not absolutely certain but strongly suspect a god’s nonexistence.

      The main thing I’ve seen atheists argue is the epistemic unsoundness of the position of theists who claim definite knowledge of a god’s existence, thoughts, wants, nature, plans, designs, and purpose, that they allege specially privileged access to.

      As someone familiar with epistemology, you’re probably aware that whether or not something is unknowable depends on the nature of the question, like exactly what one means by the concept of “God,” — concepts of a god range from the knowable and refutable to others so abstract as to be truly unknowable and outside the realm of the refutable altogether.

      Thanks for commenting, and welcome to my blog.


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