Date: December 16, 2012 09:37AM
Think about the Santa Claus myth. It's a cute myth for young children, but it is impossible in terms of the workload Santa must perform. A bagful of toys for all the children who believe in Santa? The actual size and weight of the gifts would require about one thousand C-17A Globemasters:http://www.airliners.net/photo/UK---Air/Boeing-C-17A-Globemaster/2200331/L/&sid=45ec97dd178331505671078e1b6fcca0
To service all the children on Christmas Eve, Santa would have to visit 630 households per second.
Now consider God. If God divides his time equally among all humans, each person gets 1/81000 of a second per 24 hours. That is less than 3/8 of a second over an 80 year lifetime.
God is supposed to hear and answer prayers. If 60% of humans pray for a cumulative 10 minutes a day then God must continuously listen to 40 million concurrent prayers on a non-stop 24/7 basis.
God must maintain a mental record of the name and location of every human on the planet. Without that information he could not know the identity of a person who is praying. A listing of all the humans on the planet in the format of a White Pages Telephone Directory would be a stack of phone books 1/3 of a mile high. That is what God must memorize.
God must keep a detailed record of the good and evil deeds and thoughts of every person, over the person's entire lifetime. Where does God keep that information -- in his memory? To collect the data for that lifetime record, God must monitor every person for every second in the day. That means non-stop concurrent monitoring of seven billion people.
A logical analysis of the requirements that humans have placed on God shows the total impossibility that any thinking entity, the alleged God, could fulfill those requirements. This means that there is NO God and that all God-centered religions are a scam.