But I'm not preaching to you. I answered a question from a newbie OP. So why are you preaching to me?
It's called a debate. This is essentially a debate forum, am I right?
But people eat healthy, do exercise, quit smoking, vaccinate, keep their homes clean, just because they might get ill.
Riiiiight. This is all to prevent themselves from becoming tainted by things they know exist.
Ok, let me walk through my wall. Let me drop a pot of boiling water over myself. Let me go play in traffic. I'll tell you the results.
See, I'm not totally sure of your point here, but it sure sounds to me like you're saying God definitely exists. That seems to be the point of this whole reply you've made. I don't believe I've ever said that God definitely doesn't exist, in fact I believe he may. Is all I've spoken about is what is most logical concerning the facts we know.
And yet, I don't treat the current lack of answers describing everything, and their seeming future impossibility, as a reason to be contemptuous towards science and declare it invalid, or even to doubt its present conclusions when they seem to fit the observable reality well enough.
Here you seem to claim to being open to other possibilities, yet it does seem that you are saying God definitely exists. Sigh.