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I Found God

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posted on Sep, 4 2007 @ 11:46 PM
I never been in your threats but here is something that you need to know on atoms if you in the Big Bang Theory or the String Theory you would understand that Magnetic Force Field and Gravity Field came late in the evolution of the Universe and you might want ot study Black holes too, because they hold an answere that scientis don't understand and that is Dark Energy. Also try to cath up with this theory Monopole and also the Standard Model Theory that Cern wants to know or understand thats why they are searching for Higgs Boson That will give this theory a New Discovery in the Science Books, About God being a electricmagnetic field, I don't know to me God is from another Dimension. What proof that I got NON. I base myself on the Super String Theory more because it make more sense to me then the electromagnetic field. Anyway I like your work debunking CGI pictures.

posted on Jan, 1 2008 @ 11:22 PM

Originally posted by johnsky
You sure god wasn't just a dog you saw in the mirror?

Sorry, a friend cracked that one to me, I found it funny.

On a more serious note...

If you are thinking of 'the creator' as in, what brought the universe into existence, it's actually a rather simple mathematical trick.

Now, I know most of you will immediately think, "oh boy, somebody thinks they know it all"... but I can say with certainty that I know exactly what happened to start the existence of all matter and energy within the universe today.
The funny part is, it's actually so dead simple, you'd kick yourself for not knowing it already... I almost fell off my chair laughing when I figured it out.

I intend to publish my version of it one day, but until I do, I'm going to have a little fun...
I shal pose it in a riddle... of which I know you won't be able to answer... but that's what makes it fun.

- We will only ever be able to see half of the universe.
- The math to the creation of EVERYTHING, is the same very first mathematical principle you learned as a child.
- The catalyst (trigger) that determined 'when' the universe came into being doesn't exist.

One riddle that may give it away, and if you figure it out through this, I have no quarrel with you trying to publish it as well.

- The universe cannot be quantified. Its sum is nothing.

I don't expect you to take note... but it should be fun to point back when the theory (wether I, or someone else publish it) becomes mainstream. I'll be able to point and say, see? I already knew.

Im to hungover to figure it out, care to share your answer?

posted on Jan, 1 2008 @ 11:53 PM
reply to post by 11 11

Dang, he is banned.

I just really wanted to know this:

4: Magnetic Force is all loving?

How does magnetic force love me? LOL

posted on Jan, 2 2008 @ 12:07 AM
i was on a city bus, recently.
we had just left the subway station, and the bus driver stopped, and started talking out the window to an unseen person. irritating.
and then, before we even reached the first bus stop(a few hundred yards), he stopped AGAIN! very irritating. i was coming back from a 2000 mile journey, and had little patience left. he jumped out of he bus, and ran across the street, and picked up a little dog. he yelled down the street, back to the person he had talked to a minute ago.

the guy lost his dog.
the bus driver 'rescued' it. (he found dog!)
someone on the bus said, "we should all applaud when he gets back on the bus".

and we did. and i even lost all my impatience, and was glad to be a human with nothing more important than being in that moment(for a moment, lol, ...divine experience is fleeting).

posted on Jan, 2 2008 @ 12:36 AM
The "magnetic force" you are talking about is called eros, usually translated as - LOVE.

And that's no metaphor.

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