posted on May, 4 2014 @ 12:27 PM
Just so not to false advertise, I'm a pretty hard core atheist who LOVES the science vs. religion debate.
Secondly the god I am referencing is not really the Hebrew god. I am more referencing the concept of an omnipotent, all knowing, all seeing
creator. Tho if my theory is true. It wouldn't discount the Hebrew god either.
Ok, done with disclaimers. :p
There's one scientific theory on the true nature of the universe that I always hope doesn't come up when debating the religious side.....and it's
got nothing to do with creationism or the bible.
The only way I can conceive the reality of a omnipotent god is simulation theory. I might be misrepresenting the real simulation theory, but what I
mean is the "matrix" theory. The theory that reality is one big computer program. IMHO this is the one that really makes the most sense and would
almost require a programmer. One who had nearly infallible control of his creation. Aka god!
The reason I'm coming to this conclustion is in no way tied to religious texts or religious experiences. It's because of some of the known
scientific findings and please correct me if I'm wrong.
1: EVERYTHING is made of energy. Just like 1's and 0's.
2: double slit electron experiment.
The reason electrons act the way they do could be because you wouldn't need to run the program where no one was observing. That's why the
electrons don't choose a path untitled some one observes them. There would be no need to run the program for some cave in mars, if no one was looking
at or scanning it.
3: (man! I had another good one I can't remember now :p hope to add in edit :p )
The draw back is, it's a very religious theory in the fact it explains EVERYTHING without explianing anything... The programmer did it all and he
works in mysterious ways. :p
edit on 4-5-2014 by ArtemisE because: (no reason given)