posted on May, 19 2016 @ 02:02 AM
I was sitting and thinking the other day, Earth fits the perfect criteria to be our "God", It's nothing big but I like to share these random
thoughts that run through the mind, and with that said lets get straight into it.
We start at evolution, before being called a God, we must call one a creator. The Earth as we know it is the creator of everything within it. The
Earth completely manages and regulates itself. The theory of evolution has long been discussed and has it's points where it falls short and can't
really cover everything. It's sometimes hard to believe we were just fish, that decided we wanted to walk. However, if you look at it from an angle
of the Earth maintaining itself then you'd notice, there are worms to nurture soil, which allows soil to be fertile which allows trees to grow which
allows us oxygen and so forth. The world is extremely complex and everything seems to have it's own use. And each animal/insect/species is created to
regulate another. If it were just evolution we'd probably all be just plant eaters, every life form, however the Earth in regulating itself knows
what it cannot have too much of and must create something to regulate it. Humans? We're the only current species that seem to not be here to regulate
but be complete parasites. But if you look beyond our programmed minds gone completely wrong. We're the perfect defensive mechanism for this planet.
We are essentially limitless. Man's current knowledge is limited by our own made up concept of money. We're pretty much Earth's AI defence system
gone wrong. But essentially my belief would be that we're here to protect Earth from pretty much anything it wouldn't be able to protect itself
from(i.e Asteroids & such). Also, to note, we are perfectly fine tuned for our world, every living thing in this planet can survive and is made to
survive within this planet. The earth is the only thing that can compile a living thing to run within it's conditions and it will be that way until
man can learn enough about the environment sufficiently. Pretty much like programming.
So far man has built many pyramids and many other unexplainable feats for reasons we do not know. Nor are we completely sure of how the Earth's
magnetic field originate. Could we possibly have somehow increased the strength of it? Humans have existed for over 2 million years and as you can see
like no other creature, were the only ones interested in the universe more than even our own earth. Almost as if it's coded within us. Just as each
animal seems to carry out a specific task, so do we. The Earth is a life form, probably not by our definition of it but it is. It's just as complex
as we are.
The concept of heaven and hell, long passed down through centuries and centuries make somewhat sense. If you die and you were "good" you got to
heaven. You were "Bad" you go to hell. Hell has been described as hot burning flames beyond our wildest belief and heaven, clouds, dreams and
aspirations. We do have clouds and the core/mantle is certainly hot. But that's just christian mumbojumbo, not something I'm interested in
Now this will come off as a bit "Wot?" to some people but I'll still take a shot at it. The Earth is the one true controller of anything. It's the
only thing that can get you killed at any point in time. How? Well if you can conceptualize the idea of us being chemical reactions, it also can bring
forth natural disasters and many times these 'miracles' that we cannot explain. Life has far too many factors to ever control. It's a tad bit hard
to explain but lets just say if any offset isn't perfect, meaning, that 1 random dust particle that blew on you today, could tip your scale and kill
you(I don't know give you cancer or something random, that reacts with your current atmosphere and lo & behold, poof).
TL;DR Earth created us, we're fine tuned to it's environment. It's the only thing that's omnipresent, and the only thing that knows what we
"Think"/"See"/"Do" because as our creator it's a part of us. Essentially we are the earth regulating the earth, but have lost our way.