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  • Yes, but sometimes I do have my doubts about microwaves. Have a great sunday.
  • Does God heat your coffee when you pray to him? Trust what there is evidence for.
  • Well I can definitely heat my dinner in the microwave, so we're partway there.
  • I definitely know God exists and will pray that you will someday.
  • I don't believe in microwaves. I think they are just occasionally the result of an expression of extreme faith, like oxygen. Incidentally, I know Japan exists because I've been there but I have my doubts about China and India.
  • Ah but you can detect microwaves. You can see the results of microwaves interacting with a material (they get hot). You can predict the actions of microwaves and run experiments to validate your predictions (or not as the case may be). If our eyes were perfect and could absorb a greater section of the EM spectrum you would be able to see microwaves but our eyes aren't that good unfortunately. You can however build detectors that can 'see' them and render that into a wavelength of light that we can see. etc etc So microwaves do exist. Sure you can't see them but you can't see heat however you can still detect heat through your other senses. We need a bit of technology to detect microwaves as our senses aren't sufficient to detect them but it is the same principle (after all light, heat (infra-red radiation at least) and microwaves are basically all the same thing just different frequencies thereof). Unfortunately you can't really say any of the above for deities. That doesn't prove they don't exist but neither can you use any of the above (or any other similar technique) to prove they do.
  • I've never seen God but I've seen what he can do. I've ever seen a microwave but I've seen what they can do. I've never seen the tiger ome out of the cage to be a vicious beast-I'll take his keepers word for it. There is a word for all of this, "faith"
  • Not so sure about God, but microwaves do exist. Of course as a radar technician, I might be as prejudiced for my case as a priest might be for the existence of God. Hope this helps.
  • What do you mean you can't see microwaves? what is that white object sitting on the counter? Does God go ping when he is ready?
  • I have a better one for you. Do the air you breathe exist? You do not see it, but you see the evidence for it (your alive and kicking). One cannot just dismiss something because you cannot see it. God has always been a spiritual matter so to compare God with microwaves is a faulty analogy. For my point of view, I see the outcome of God's goodness around me everyday. So I believe God does exist even though he is not a physical manifestation like books, tables or the human body.
  • I actually believe in and have experienced both.
  • Yes they both exist but you will see them after death. Hopefully never visit the microwave, just see it!
  • Nice correlation. Both invisible and both you can see the results. and both can be utilized with the correct receiver. By radio waves using a receiver or microwaves in the microwave oven, and Similarly we have the receiver to experience God (Human Life} With one the microwaves we are putting our awareness outside of ourselves to ascertain the results. But with God you need to put that awareness inside (through meditation} and you can tune in to various levels of your energy and your existence.
  • Yes, both cause a reaction.
  • Eyesight is only one way to test something. Microwaves can be tested with other methods. The existence of God can not be tested and confirmed.
  • Microwaves exist. God is an hypothesis. 1) "The existence of electromagnetic waves was predicted by James Clerk Maxwell in 1864 from his equations. In 1888, Heinrich Hertz was the first to demonstrate the existence of electromagnetic waves by building an apparatus that produced and detected microwaves in the UHF region. The design necessarily used horse-and-buggy materials, including a horse trough, a wrought iron point spark, Leyden jars, and a length of zinc gutter whose parabolic cross-section worked as a reflection antenna. In 1894 J. C. Bose publicly demonstrated radio control of a bell using millimeter wavelengths, and conducted research into the propagation of microwaves." Source and further information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microwave 2) "There are many philosophical issues concerning the existence of God. Some definitions of God are sometimes nonspecific, while other definitions can be self-contradictory. Arguments for the existence of God typically include metaphysical, empirical, inductive, and subjective types, while others revolve around holes in evolutionary theory and order and complexity in the world. Arguments against the existence of God typically include empirical, deductive, and inductive types. Conclusions reached include: "God does not exist" (strong atheism); "God almost certainly does not exist" (de facto atheism); "no one knows whether God exists" (agnosticism); "God exists, but this cannot be proven or disproven" (theism); and "God exists and this can be proven" (theism). There are numerous variations on these positions." Source and further information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/God#Existence_of_God
  • Some would say that if a glass of water is exposed to what are called microwaves, the temperature of the water will rise rapidly, and that you can see, feel, and hear that happening. Yet if an empty glass is exposed to what are called microwaves, none of your senses will register a change. By the same token, some would say that if a person with faith were exposed to an event that could only be explained by the presence of a "God," a life changing confirmation would be the result. Yet if a person without faith were exposed to the same circumstance, nothing would change. As you are reading this, somewhere on planet Earth a female of our species is "in labor," and will soon be the mother of an infant named "Joe". This event is not registering with any of my senses, physical, spiritual, psychic, or otherwise. But I am confident that I am telling you the truth. In summary, I suggest that the existence of a thing should not be exclusively determined by what you physically perceive, what you are taught to believe, or what you can imagine. I choose to balance all of these things, as I determine the "existence" of a thing, as it relates to me. After all, the definition of "exist," as it has been used in the context of your question, is "a state of having objective reality." And the objective perception of one person is always questionable by another.

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