Well, yes, we are definitely going to disagree!! I did not imply that humans should glorify what they do, but that they should recognise that all they, in fact do, Is human and should not be ascribed to an imaginary god. If your work in physics is so valuable, has it been used in practical purposes, or in any space technology? If not, are you modest enough to realise that perhaps your physics is not an improvement onQuote
Susan, I'm afraid we are going to have to agree to disagree. My achievements are great, but without God I couldn't have accomplished anything. It isn't me of whom should be glorified. All the praise and glory belongs to God. I am highly-confident in my Theoretical Physics Research because every time I have been challenged, I have gained a deeper insight into Quantum Mechanics of the universe. I have provided scientific evidence that there are serious flaws in conventional scientific theories. You're arguments against God are subjective (based-upon your beliefs). My beliefs are based-upon the Science of Subspace Physics.
What is, in fact, in use? Whether your belief in God is based on your work in ‘sub-spacephysics’, it is also subjective.
Thank you for your post.