See the cue word unicorn
of atheists in the post below of TGA.
ThatGirlAgain wrote: Susma wrote:
Here is my concept of the universe:
I like to ask people who like myself love to think about concepts: their definitions and explanation:
- What do you think of my concept of the universe?
"or at least can be the subject of man's imagination and discourse."
I have a problem with this part. I can imagine things that do not necessarily physically exist, e.g., pegasus/unicorn half breeds that play Spanish guitar. Are these things part of the universe? Does the universe you describe include some actually existing
realm of ideas?
There are other cue words of atheists, like flying spaghetti
monster, celestial teapot
Cue words are instructions to atheists to stop thinking and adopt the writing mode of mockery, parody, and evasions.
If they continue to think further on whether an invisible pink unicorn is possible or not -- though not always accessible to atheists because they stop thinking, they will realize that the invisible unicorn is invisible to them only because they stop seeing and thinking.
As for the flying spaghetti monster there is no intrinsic impossibility of a flying spaghetti monster, a good worker of dough can produce such a monster.
But these entities are not really valid concepts to them but cue words to them to stop thinking, and to adopt the writing mode of mockery, parody, and evasions.
That is why I have said time and again that atheists don't think on the issue of God or no God, they engage in mockery, parody, and evasions.