I got into a fb discussion with someone and this is his argument.
The "existence" of a god is wholly dependent on the definition that we ascribe to the word "god." Humans have traditionally assigned that which is unknown to a god (wind, fire, life, etc.). As science has evolved, we have transferred the meaning of the unknown to a vocabulary of known, reproducible, human experiences, mathematics. It is possible to ascribe a definition to the word god that makes god scientifically provable. It is also possible to ascribe a definition to the word god that makes god scientifically impossible, if not improbable. The we can prove the possibility of creating both hypothesis results in a duality...such duality being a common occurrence of quantum systems...Schrödinger's cat is both alive and dead (a quantum superposition) until it is observed. Likewise, we may conclude that God is a superposition that exists and does not exist...until we discover/observe the result. Q.E.D. It is not silly.