At 5/1/12 03:23 PM, DocterCerebro wrote:
something retarded with bad grammar
There's a difference between avoiding and ignoring. You have the message; if you think it reveals some scandalous thing about me, post it. Other than that, I think the discussion going on between Teq and Emergency is much more interesting.
Teq, Emergency might have a point that religion causes people to do things they normally wouldn't. Take the pig. Ms. Lambourn actually stopped trolling for a minute and said something halfway intelligent, something that he would never have done had the conversation not turned to religion. Half joking, but it's kind of relevant to the point. Extrapolate that outwards and you have motivation for much greater things, like Emergency was talking about.
That being said, I feel that there was never a divide between God and science. I believe God can be scientifically proven with the science of dimensionality. Things that cannot be proven in the 3rd dimension often find solutions in the 4th or 5th. The highest math that most people learn through college, calculus, maxes out at 3 dimensions. Most people don't learn that there are higher maths with more dimensions for solving problems of electrostasis, etc. These maths are commonly used in the space programs and are the subject of an immensely popular Youtube video that shows how some scientists were literally able to make a solid object float in the air by freezing it in 3 dimensions.
What this means for God is that He can be thought of as a being that cannot be solved with 3 dimensional thinking. As a matter of fact, a 4th dimensional bum could be a God in 3 dimensions, as he would be able to reach through our timespace, jump ahead, visit dinosaurs, appear and disappear at will, and see inside of solid, opaque objects. I believe the God of our universe is in the 10th dimension at least, mathematically. In that dimension, if you could see it, it would be nothing but white noise waveforms of all possibilities. It is in that dimension that we are all connected, like a big ball of clay. Not in the 3rd dimension, where we all fight and squabble over property, bitches, etc.
If you think I'm just talking a bunch of shit, do this experiment.
Draw two dots on a piece of paper. What have you learned is the shortest distance between these two dots? A straight line, right?
Fold the 2 dimensional paper into a 3 dimensional cylinder so that the dots touch. This is the shortest distance - not drawing a straight line, but traveling through another dimension. You can extrapolate this to explain wormholes in space and time travel.
Yes, I thought of that dot thing myself. Applause not necessary.