a reply to: r4inmaker
Which IS GOD.
I believe in god as well. His name is Ninurta.
I also believe in goddess as well. Her name is Brighid.
They have a lot of divine friends.
CERN; very stupid.
CERN isn't stupid, its an intelligent attempt at understanding the quantum nature of our universe. You know, like quantum physics, which you praise in
the very next paragraph...
LIGTHSABER? ... Can you stop the light?
Light sabers... well, we do have lasers. That's probably the best we'll get, since you'd need some difficult-to-master technology to create a solid
beam of light that can be trapped in a single space.
QUANTUM PHYSICS: Very real; it means WE ARE THE LIGHT WHICH STOPPED BY GOD
Quantum physics is about so much more than the behavior of light and its relationship to an observer. You grossly misrepresent the field of quantum
physics by downplaying all the other wacky and weird experiments in favor of only the double-slit test.
SO WE ARE IN THIS 3 DIMENTION
I've heard there are as many as 11 dimensions. No one has been able to adequately explain to me anything beyond the 4th though. So, unless you can
somehow make sense of 5 through 11...
I DO NOT KNOW HOW WE CAME HERE
I came here because my mom and dad liked each other enough to make a child. Then some very dedicated people helped my mom deliver me, and my family's
moral compass was attuned enough to true north to raise me to be independent and curious, to never turn away from that which intrigues me, and to
always be learning and advancing my own understanding of the world.
I BELIEVE IN GOD; AND PHYSICS WE HAVE LEAREND BY THE LESSONS OF THE ANGLE; ANGLES.
Angles? Let me guess, you think the word sounds like "angels" and therefore you're playing a stupid game with phonemes. Let me clear that up for
Angle originates from the Latin term angulus
, which means "a corner". The Greek cognate is the word ankylos
which means "crooked" or
"curved" and the English cognate in ankle
which is a part of your leg/foot. The root word in Indo-European language is ank
bend" or "bow" as in the process of applying pressure on the top of an object so it bends in a semicircular fashion (not bow, as in a formal
Angel has an entirely different origin, in that it comes from the Latin term angelus
which means "messenger of God". This term was sifted
through the Old English engel
and the Old French angele
to arrive at our current word. The actual term for an angel in Judaism, however,
is mal'āk̠ 'ĕlōhîm
, or Messenger of the Lord.
Gravity is pretty cool. It also has an excellent opening scene.
I am not GOD. I am JUST a MAN
Every god was once a man.
~ Wandering Scribe
edit on 10/8/14 by Wandering Scribe because: added quoted text