Does God exist?
According to the Originemological Argument, God does not exist. The conclusion is based on three basic lawsinic principles: the Inlearning Konstant, the Codexation Dilemma, and the Law of Originemology.
The first principle states that information can only be acquired by man in two and only two ways: by choice and by chance. By Choice means information can be acquired from parents, teachers, books, schools, friends, lessons from animals or from nature, while By Chance means information can come from discovering new things, fortunate accidents, unexpected experiences, unknown events or nature's interventions. Whatever the case, the bottom line is every piece of information is acquired or borrowed originally from nature. Nature is made up of information. Humans, animals, plants, and the environment are individually pieces of information. Even their actions, shapes, movements, features are also pieces of information that can be inlearned, copied, or acquired by the same humans, animals, and plants. They are the original source that supplies information. Nature is the mother of all information. The abstract idea of gods came from nature as well. The original source can be traced backward from how men interacted with nature. It started when the very first primeval man, without a single information in his mind, like the minds of all newly born babies, interacted with his surroundings. Through curiosity, he began to explore his environment and gained information by choice or by chance. Using his senses, he acquired new pieces of information and expanded his horizon. He observed how animals behave and mimicked their behaviors. He learned to kill like animals hunting their prey in order to eat. He learned to survive against all odds. He became powerful among the animals. But when he experienced the physical power of lightning, thunder, rain, the sun, he thought that something or someone was more powerful than him. He thought these natural events were acts of some powerful beings and over time the idea of gods evolved. God was conceptualized, worshiped, passed on from father to son over generations, written and printed on texts, embraced by cultures, and personified all over the world. God was born. He gave birth to god. He codexated God. He made god. Man created God. The acquisition of information by chance or by choice is called Inlearning.
The second principle asserts that it is impossible for a person to think of something without associating it with a physical object. God doesn't exist because his abstractness can't be associated with any objective reality, measured physically or even detected by precision instruments. The idea of an apple is real because it can be physically associated with an object that can be touched, seen or tasted. The idea of a bird is real because it can be physically sensed when it flies playfully in the sky or chirping a beautiful song while sitting on a branch of a tree. The ideas of air, sound, temperature, and other invisible parameters are real because they can be detected by scientific instruments and can even be calculated using mathematical equations. Aside from association and detection, trees, birds, apples, flowers, thunder, air, and the universe have their own individual unique material of identifications. God could not be associated with any of these objects because god himself has no personal unique physical identity. A thunder could not be god because a thunder can be detected and has its own unique physical identity - a thunder. A flower could not be god, because a flower can be sensed and has its own unique material identity - a flower. The universe could not be god, because the universe can be both sensed, detected and identified with its own unique physical concrete materials. Nature is nature. God could not be associated with any solid material because every physical object has already been identified individually with its own physical tangible uniqueness. If God is an idea that can't be transformed to a physical reality and no material evidence can prove his existence physically, then God is not real. He is nothing but a mere notion... a concept ... a belief that resides only in the world of imagination. God is just an idea. The theory that asserts the inability of abstract ideas to transform into physical realities without the material world is called Codexation Dilemma.
The third principle declares that everything has a beginning. This is The Law of Originemology. It is a natural law – a universal law that is experienced from the time of birth by everything and everyone including God (if he exists). If God is the beginning he must evolve first from simple to complex. This is the Law of Growth and Decay. Seeds turn to trees, cells to humans, celestial elements to galaxies and back to their "atomic" origins. If he has magical powers and created himself, then particle materials and building instructions must both exist first before he could create himself. Something has to come first - its either god, materials or instructions. If he popped out from nothing, then nothing came first before him. Nothing is God's beginning, hence, god has a beginning. However, someone can’t create something material without some materials at hand. This is The Zizo Effect (what zips in must zips out). Furthermore, someone cant create nothing without nothing at hand. And that someone could not be something material else there is something before nothing. So to create god, something or nothing or both must come first before him. If God has a beginning, then God has a source of origin, even a birthdate, a birthplace, or a family? But if God has no beginning and no end and has existed always, then it defies the Law of Originemology, the Law of Exponential Growth and Logarithmic Decay, and the Zizo Effect. Either his Existance is true or the Laws are false or vice-versa. But The Laws provides true concrete evidence while his Existance provides no evidence at all. Where is God? If God is nowhere to be found, therefore, God doesn't exist. The discipline that studies the roots or source of origin of everything and everyone is called Originemology.
In conclusion, abstract ideas must be associated with tangible objects to be accepted as physically real. The idea of god remains an imaginary idea even today as we speak because no physical object or solid evidence can transform god's abstractness into physical reality. A Codexation Dilemma. God could not even be associated with anything in nature, since all things in nature have their own physical identities and properties that conflict the divine persona and supernatural attributes of god. An Identity Crisis. If the original idea of god was borrowed from nature, created by man, and can't be represented by any physical object, then god exists only in the mind. He is a mental impression ... a concept ... a notion .... that will never ever be codexated. If God cant be uniquely identified by association, detection and codexation, therefore, God doesn't exist.
"Everything has a beginning" ~ The Law of Originemology