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posted by Liquid Swords1
I am not sure anything will ever be "revealed" to me. I am [a] skeptic . . I have done much research in my life on philosophy and religion and have come to the conclusion that I do not like it or maybe just that it isn't for me.” [Edited by Don W]
I believe only that which is provable by science, which is why I asked if God was able to be disproved by the uncertainty principle. I now understand that this is a flawed question . . “
posted by Yarium
[The] problem is that we try to use God as an answer, when really God is the question. I think it's much more noble to think of God as a human, and that at our center we are all God, living out our own creation.
[Edited by Don W]
Originally posted by Liquid Swords1
This seems to refute the idea of a God, or at least an omnipotent and omnipresent God as it indicates that if there is a God he is bound by the uncertainty priniciple and thus even he cannot know the exact future of the universe.
posted by Snake Pliskin
Omnipotence implies that God not only has knowledge of a particular collapsed wave function that defines a quantum state, but all of them, at the same time. With God, black can be white. On can also be off. He can create a rock too heavy for even himself to lift. With no paradox. That's the way I understood it. [Edited by Don W]