The presuposition that god is everywhere
If god is every where, then we just need to probe any one particular thing. If you find god, then god exist, if not, then god does not exist. Hence, a person does not need to look everywhere or know everything in order to show that there is no god.
I know that this does not prove anything because gods are supposed to be undetectable, which is a claim someone just made up.
Of course, if part of the definition of god is not that it is undetectable unless, it wants you to detect it.
I just thought I bring this up if no one has thought about it yet because some people keep saying that you need to know everything in order to know that there is not god. They are going to have to show where in anything I would find this god.
If god is undetectable, does that mean it exists since there is nothing to detect? It is everywhre and yet undetectable in anything?
Can god be so undetectable that it cannot detect itself?
If what I wrote even made any sense.