Member # 1960
posted 19. June 2006 16:05
For centuries mankind has been debating the notion of God (formally; an eternal, everywhere present, all powerful, all aware, entity).
The intellectual notion of God leads to a foundation for ethics. Apparently, without it we are but beasts; anything goes if it feels good, or if you can get away with it.
The following is an example of an empirical substantiation of the notion of God;
All things are made of energy (spacetime). Nowhere is energy not present. Energy cannot be created or destroyed. It is eternal and everywhere present. Power is the transformation of energy over time. Spacetime (energy) contains all power. It is all powerful. The act of observation collapses the wave function; a wave of potential becomes a particle by virtue of being observed. The material universe is made up of tangible particles which neccesitate an ultimate observer. It is all aware.
It may be bewildering for most people to see how easy it is for the notion of God to be proven through empirical means. Rational means have already been demonstrated by Spinoza, Langan, etc. We can be sure a purely theological demonstration does not help convince the scientific minded. But most believers are ignorant of the sciences and many dislike the thought of proving God because they feel they need blind faith. In anycase, an accurate understanding of God's reality is revealed through scientific investigations.
Understanding our relationship with the Divine being is an inspirational experience. It could be nothing lest than profound.
The purpose to life is to live on purpose.
Life is the present, live in the present.
Mars Sterling Turner
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