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In the Albert Einstein Sense

 As in I wonder what greater force is involved in the universe...and question wether things are determinalistic, wether we have free will and what the structure (if such a term can be used) of time is.

So I’m thinking more on the nature of things…could just as well be ‘I think about the everything theory all the time’.

smebro smebro 22-25, M 11 Responses May 23, 2007

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"The easiest way to get a real answer is look in scripture and it says;

And sware by Him that liveth for ever and ever, who created heaven, and the things that therein are, and the sea, and the things which are therein, that there hsould be time no more. Rev 10:6 KJV

Please read all of ch 10. "



The easiest what? Oh Good Poster how you make me laugh! Thank You Friend for this feeling of amusement.

Time is only used and the purpose of measurement this is for an organic life on earth.

when yiou die you will be in spirit ( what we call our and that puts you into eternity.

The easiest way to get a real answer is look in scripture and it says;

And sware by Him that liveth for ever and ever, who created heaven, and the things that therein are, and the sea, and the things which are therein, that there hsould be time no more. Rev 10:6 KJV

Please read all of ch 10.

And then he ran away to mull over what he'd said... and repent, I bet he's repenting

I did, ages ago...and I found that it had already been mentioned and there was some resolution which didn't really resolve anything.

My suggestion was to have them set as posted by anonymous (not the anti-Scientology crusaders)

Oh, did I miss another persons input?

It is a confusion, when someone goes and leaves conversational gaps... I wish the comments would stay

"He also could not understand why scientist took all the passion and majesty out of science that religion holds."



I like that, because we are in the golden age as far as Science holding a place that can be passionate and majestic. We have so much knowledge at our fingertips, and presented in so many interesting ways...we are free to consider each theory... we can develop passion for knowledge. Perhaps scientists were old coots back then.



He certainly is an interesting character, he had a big problem with Quantum Theory, he felt it was far too 'spooky'.

These days more of us are willing to accept a universe that doesn't make total intuitive sense, yet which tests according to the rules we theorize, cull and conclude with.

"I think, therefore I am dangerous" is one of my favorite quotes. I believe that the ability to question the accepted norm, to "buck the system", if you will, is one of the higher attributes, that a race of beings can hope possess. How sad, that it is often the first thing we choose to suppress in our children. Without the ability to question, ( and demand answers? ), we are little more than two-legged sheep.

What if god revealed himself to the people? I suppose we would all be a little mad that he had created this universe in such a deceiving fashion. I would certainly have some hard questions for him.

Why the misleading universe?

Why the many mistakes?

Why’d it take you so long to wise up and show some sign of your existence?



Tome:

"Oh Albert even stated that there had to be a greater force than the universe itself to explain it all."





Tell me where, show me a quote. I doubt he said that, but even if he did it doesn’t make that sentence coherent. Something bigger then the universe to explain it all? What a silly thing for a physicist to say. If he really believed that then why would he have bothered with any scientific pursuits at all?

And Budda said that did he? Okay... and?

I'm just explaining my point of view, which is honest and true to what I see and experience.

Then faith would be gone.

Oh Albert even stated that there had to be a greater force than the universe itself to explain it all.

Budda as he was dying...said this; I have lived my entire life trying to find the purpose for life itself. I have no answer.

Think about this: if there is a god/a greater force in the universe, the only way for us to know anything about it/him/her would be for that force/god to reveal itself to us.



If there is no god then it is totally impossible for us to know it. However, it there is a god then there is one way to know....



What if god has reaveled himself to people??

Everything theory, i like that.

I wandered over here wondering why you think about god all the time if you are an atheist.

I get it now.

;)