(Original post by Erebus)
Firstly we already know of physical limitations such as the Heinsenberg Principle. Limititations like this are considered fundamental aspects of the unviserse. Therefore there WILL be things we can never hope to know. The Heisenburg principle is generally regarded as ********: it just dissuades research. To say that there are limitations to our knowledge is just stupid, the more you read around physics for example, the more you realise how improbable a God is.
Secondly, you totally make the wrong assumption. Believing in a higher power doesn't constitute a belief in God. In fact that's as far from my belief as it could be. I envisage a higher power as something totally un-godlike, and more like a force or an energy. But all said and done, that's just what I feel, we all have opinions, but I think my opinion is a fair one, and yet you are acting like it's ludicrous. Ahh, well you are talking about the Einsteinian God. Either way, it is superhuman or superhuman: for a normal argument, God will suffice. And also, the "God Particle" as it is dubbed is trying to be found by CERN at the LHC. Your beliefs will hopefully be proven correct.
150 years we will know everything? LOL. Have you built a time machine and checked to see if you are right? You seem pretty sure. Hmm, that just reduces the argument. Anyway, if you look at the amount of knowledge have gained this century, to extrapolate it by 150 years, we will probably know (okay, almost) everything about the universe. Probably.