Has it been considered that as we study the universe, we find that there really cannot be such a thing as "the smallest particle". Therefore, we find an infinite chasm in which the same thing never happens. Following from this, we may conclude that the universe has always existed, and therefore all which may happen within the bounds of physical law has already occurred, save the events of the future. Is atheism logical?... This view of the universe would therefore mean that any wild fantasy you've ever imagined has happened in the past, or is going to happen within the next few minutes. Guess what? You and Maryl Streep were in the same 8th grade gym class some trillions of years ago. Don't remember? Of course not. The matter that once were you are now probably scatterred across infinity. Her's lie out far out beyond our sun. Although matter in time may not appear to be a problem for atheism, we may examine the matter which is in space: How much matter exists? It is conceivable that there is an infinte amount of matter. This would mean that Maryl Streep IS in your 8th grade gym class some trillions of trillions of trillions of light-years away. And if you think not, guess again. In less than three minutes, she's going to receive her schedule for the year on her very first day of 8th grade. She got up in the morning and said to herself, "I am a confident and ABLE young woman." Let's take a trip- Far out there, some many trillions of immeasurable miles away, a little boy sits at the edge of a pond and gazes into the sky, wondering if there is a God. His father told him of Rokba, the great fireball of the North who judges the infidels of Carasac, and gives light and blessing to fair people of Hudea. This little boy was told by an elderly man of the western lands in Gellinda that all which he sees is work of one God: an all-powerful, all-mighty being which created the universe some time ago. This old man told the little boy that he must respect God, and give praise to his works. For he is the one, almighty creator who made the world for us to live in happiness and worship him eternally. But this little boy had been told since he was naught but a babe that everything which he sees is the work of three equally powerful Gods: Jokba, Rokba, and Feskal. These Gods ruled over the waters, the sky, and the land, respectively. This little boy knew not what to think. If there is one God, how come he had not been told of it before? Sitting quaintly at the side of a pond, the thoughts and emotions within him have been tearing him apart, and so he thinks now of going and seeking the old man for advice. Don't believe me? It's happening, right now. It's happening again. And again. And again. I can't tell how many little boys are sitting by a pond right now pondering over theology. Because within the infinity of spacetime, there are infinte worlds and places and things of beauty. There are endless fantasies of dungeons and dragons and battles, and swords and seas and kingdoms and castles and armies and our imagination cannot handle it! The world is not too small for our imaginition. Rather within the infinity of all things, our imganiation cannot even begin to chronicle its endless wonder. For in this world, everything has already happened, save that which will come to pass. Your life is chosen only by infinity and the endlessness of reality. Free will? Forget it. It's not up to you. But being motivated by the infinitesimally subliminal events of the past, I encourage not to waste your life! Do your best, and see what love is all about! Reach into infinity and fill your heart with a tale of splendor. There is no God.