I see you have listed, among your interests, "stupidity" and "nonsense" (which you were unable to spell, by the way). So now you waste everybody's time asking questions for which there can be no answers short enough to fit into the 1200 characters we're allowed here.
Ask is as wonderful site for learning things and your need is obviously enormous. Why not start asking the kind of questions that will fill in the gaps in your education before everybody writes you off as a waste of time?
If there are no humans on earth, then I don't think it would exist as we know it. Each of the creatures and things on the universe play a certain role. Therefore, the absence of any of these creatures would result in an imbalance that will create a universe that is hard to predict its nature.
We exists because of a creator, the universe exists because of a creator, and the earth exists because of creator. Look around nature the ecosystem everything is to complicated to just be luck (no offense to anyone)
Well there are a lot of scientific facts about evolution but wouldn't you like to believe that there's more to life then just being born and just dying for nothing? That's why I consider myself agnostic.
We were put in this universe to live on Earth under God's rule for eternity in the Garden of Eden. But due to Adam and Eve's mistake, we lost all that. That is why Jesus cane to Earth, to be killed to redeem what we once had, and give us a chance again to be saved. But inly if we follow what God has commanded us to do, which is abide by his rules (all in the bible), and preach his word.
really great questioni asked the same thing to like how do we know there was ever a god if the bible was man made and it has ben switched up and turned into what the people want us to know hmmmmmmmmmmm are we really here ? have we ben here before ? when we die do we come back as someone els or something els ? im so curious to know this great question it makes me wonder
The universe grew itself a way of experiencing itself, we call it life. If this particular branch of the nervous system growth disappears, there are likely many others, and if not, then there is ample time to grow another.