posted on Mar, 27 2009 @ 05:31 PM
"Cool Idea, although that would imply the existence of souls, which would then imply somewhere for them to go and may ultimately lead towards a
god..... wouldn't a god be pissed for someone stealing these souls, surely knowing that you're stealing souls would be enough for you to stop doing
Well, spitefulgod, of course God would be pissed, he gave us free will for a reason, for us to behave and not to have someone else take our souls
despite that (aka innocent people).
People stealing souls would make them feel bad enough to stop doing so? lol surely you jest? How much easier and less guilty is it to do that to
something someone cannot see/touch/smell/taste? It is almost seemingly guilt-free endless energy that eventually the future generations will stop
asking questions about.
It could be like Soylent Green, The Island or The Matrix, except we (people) always fear our biggest assett is our bodies' energy (for slavery or
some kind of meat-trade). I doubt our bodies have even a 1/4 of the energy our souls have and someone figured this out.
I don't fear any lifetime slavery (physically), I mean, there is always someone/somewhere bigger and stronger with more weapons, but to us people we
always had somewhere peaceful, hopeful to go (afterlife).
I also believe for any 'absorption' to be of any testable value that it must be done in a large quantity.
Another idea I have is CERN, and it's part in this. How CERN could be the container for the entire group/groups of souls collected. Perhaps the
particles they tend to attempt to accelerate are these souls, in an ever twisting and bended, confused state that causes many millions of kilowats per
second. Perhaps they underestimated the power of many souls and it caused a meltdown of some sort? who knows.
I'm just tossing this out there for consideration. I may have an odd imagination but honestly it is not that far fetched.
Even the Dan Brown now classic movie/book Divici Code and his latest Angels and Demons (regarding CERN) give hints that make me conclude the same.