redwoodrick wrote:The premise is flawed.Obviously could be either or neither.You would half to assume that
A)There was a hell
B) It was thermal in nature at all
Since A and B are suppositions which can nether be confirmed or denied by the application of the scientific process the entire premise is invalid as a base for argument or objective inquiry.
You are right... There is no right answer to the question, it is just an exercise to gauge knowledge and thinking abilities in physics.
sockpuppet wrote:Is hell endothermic or exothermic? Prove your answer.
I KNOW THIS!!!!!! I was actually at a Sunday School class with my father and one of his neighbors taught the class - this was the subject, funniest thing I've ever sat through!!!
Unless you are talking of something completely different, I need to find what he lectured.
Pindz wrote:YOU ARE DOING BIG IDIOT OF YOURSELF
This is all an assumption that the size of hell doesn't expand. Not only that but if souls enter hell somehow then it must not be sealed, and therefore matter/energy can leak out.
The two choices we have are something starting from nothing, or something existing infinitely. These are both paradoxes. The existence of everything is therefore a paradox. -daemonfoe
nilm33 wrote:Hell is located at the center of the Sun. Every planet with life has one. It is where life originates, and where it returns. The big dog in our solar system, manufactured by Lucifer himself. Dont go into the light! Its a trick!!! lol
ooooo I like this way of looking at it....
“You begin saving the world by saving one person at a time; all else is grandiose romanticism or politics.” ~ Charles Bukowski
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