Can their be fate without divine intervention?

Posted by: reece

  • Yes

  • No.

67% 8 votes
33% 4 votes
  • Everyone has a beginning and an end. Even if one could see the future you will still end up completing the journey.

  • Deterministic chaos theory. How could the universe have free will when it's governed by laws that are absolute to how it functions?

    Posted by: reece
  • reece said it

  • Depends on what you mean by fate. . . If fate is: Birth, Life, Death. Then yes. If it is something like drastically changing the Galaxy or Universe. Then no.

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reece says2015-02-09T10:37:41.5571373-06:00
Bgirlctforlife says2015-02-09T11:08:49.5054294-06:00
Reece... Really? Lol.
reece says2015-02-09T11:09:55.7639403-06:00
@Bgirlctforlife really what?
Leo.Messi says2015-02-09T12:16:06.2046665-06:00
What do you mean?
reece says2015-02-09T12:20:17.8907365-06:00
@Leo.Messi is the world deterministic without divine being/beings.
Bgirlctforlife says2015-02-09T13:29:29.7452991-06:00
It's just funny that no one votes and the only comment is from a grammar nazi.
Bgirlctforlife says2015-02-09T13:30:02.9570604-06:00
Wait... Oh you made it. Never mind.
reece says2015-02-09T13:31:12.0793311-06:00
@Bgirlctforlife Haha lol.
reece says2015-02-09T15:00:04.6215378-06:00
@ben671176 I mean a fate that's already started once spacetime began.

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