I do a bit of reading up on some of the alleged “proofs of God” etc, and one thing that atheists often argue is that there is no scientific evidence of God’s existence. Theists try and argue things like “intelligence design”, or point to what they call “the creation”, but this often gets rejected as not being evidence of God’s existence, and more importantly, not scientific.
One thing I’m curious about is what would atheists regard as “scientific” evidence of God’s existence? Or does God’s nature make him inherently unprovable through science?
If we take a hypothetical situation:
Let’s say CERN’s particle accelerator produces a previously undiscovered particle, and when some property of this particle is converted in to binary, it reproduces, say, the Qu’ran, to the letter.
Would this be “scientific” evidence of God’s existence?