The "Spiritual" Is Not As Farfetched As You Imagine

Why do you believe in something that can't be proven?

Scientific theory isn't proven, that is why it is called "theory". What happened before the Big Bang?" It is said by scientists that something has always existed because, according to the laws of physics,  energy can neither be created nor destroyed ...yet people mockingly ask, "where did God come from?",  and can't accept the answer "He has always existed". Most scientists will happily tell you that it is all but certain that according to the laws of quantum physics that there are at least ten dimensions and most likely eleven....and that beings and anything and everything else in those dimensions above ours cannot be perceived by those of us who are limited to perceiving only three dimensions, and yet people say  "there is no God". I believe there are seven or eight dimensions besides our own,  and if you have faith in science you must be open to the idea that there are many, many things we cannot perceive in our narrow view of this existence. Any modern scientist will agree and does agree with that. If you have faith in science, you must also be open to the possibility of there being other dimensions, life on other worlds and in other dimensions, what some call  "spirits", "angels", and yes, even God.

Scientists today are basically saying the same thing said by Shakespeare almost four-hundred years ago:
"And therefore as a stranger give it welcome. [because]
There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio,
Than are dreamt of in your philosophy."
How right he was.
There is much more to this existence than can be dreamt of in anyone's philosophy...

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1 Response Jul 19, 2010

Excellent post. This makes a lot of sense. I became fascinated with string theory after seeing a show about it on NOVA. 11 dimensions 5 different mathematical approaches.