“But when it happened for the very first time, there could not have been any markers. These are just questions that have plagued me, especially when I was questioning the existance of God (in my younger days).”
Scientists speculate and can speculate all they want but they won’t know the answer either until it’s their turn.
I always wonder how people like Einstein could figure out mathematical formulas and theories of physics but our modern scientists don’t come as close.
All their work follows and expands on what has been done in the past, before computers. If Einstein could figure out the Theory of relativity without a computer, how come we haven’t been able to figure out the rest
like innerspace travel, living on the moon with the help of computers.
We haven’t even mapped most the earth yet and still have a hard time figuring out even with the help of computers.
Sorry for the long response.
I liked your long response! Here’s one back at you!
I saw a story several years ago about the smartest man in America. They had him take an I.Q. test to prove it. His score turned out to be so high they couldn’t score it (It only went up to 200 I.Q.). He lived in a tiny little garage of a home with books all around him and a single bed in the center. His time is consumed by mathematically proving the existance of God. The other scientists said on the interview that his work is too complex even for them to understand, that it would be up to future generations to study because of the complexity. I can’t help wondering if he finished.