I'm one of those who says:if it can't be proven, then we cannot know it is true or untrue. Therefore, having no evidence that it is true, we say it is untrue.
This is one of those "Does God exist?" kinds of issues. I like Ayn Rand's focus on existence, on sensory evidence, as the beginning of all our knowledge. Thus to say that there is Someone behind the scenes, not available to the senses, is to open oneself up to the question: And how do you know "that?" You can't know it, since there is no evidence. Thus, the question "Does God exist?" always ends up in "No," presuming that our questions and answers begin with reality, that is, our sensual evidence.
Any thoughts, folks?