Polarity is simply the direction of flow, and doesn't necessarily have to do with electromagnetic charge. A moving stream of neutrons has, by definition, polarity in the direction of flow. Saying "I reversed the polarity of the neutron flow" is a fancy way of saying, "I made that shit go backwards."
"Out of context"? I don't think that phrase means what you think it means. My point was, your comment is vapid and short-sighted. Is it so important that every endeavor have an immediate, predictable benefit? The very same criticisms you're leveling against cosmology were leveled against Maxwell when he first started experimenting with the electromagnetic force. So, yes, my comment was very relevant. Who are you to say what is and is not "needed"?
"Decision" and "cause" imply a temporal relationship by definition. With no temporal medium these terms are meaningless. With no time there can be no decision. Craig is attempting to use an inductive argument, but it doesn't hold up because we have no instances of creatio ex nihilo to compare it to, and also because we don't know anything about the conditions prior to the start of the Universe, or if that is even a meaningful question at all. His logic is faulty and founded on baseless axioms.
"Most so called scientists and atheists take a polygraph to if they believe in God, and they fail absolutely." -- Citation please.
And now you want to shift the burden of proof? It's not my job to prove a claim is false. It's the job of the person making it to prove that it is true.
By the way, I like your assumptions about my financial situation. I never said I didn't have $50 to spare. I said your assertion that anyone who doesn't "has bigger problems in life" was arrogant and judgmental.
Whatever. It's 1:30 in the morning and I'm tired. I'm going to bed. Do what you want with your money. I don't really care.