posted on Apr, 21 2009 @ 10:38 AM
reply to post by seagull
though not quite what I was looking for I simply resorted to an article (one of many) that explains the gullibility of most, as well as how
"information" is fed them.
The view of an "infinite" universe does have the effect of turning "us"/"this planet" into little more than a worthless speck of dust rather
than the place where the ultimate battle of good vs. evil is to take place. That we are the centerpiece of all things created.
Do you believe in reincarnation? many do. So what happens when this planet is blasted to smithereens by, say, an asteroid? (perhaps you have an
answer) (i don't). the point is that perhaps there is an answer of what reality is. And I'm sure there is only one.
is it worth investigating?
ps., here is another page (from the same site). It is basically part #1 claiming the universe is only one half of one light day thick.
Can "I" prove it? Unfortunately not. But I simply feel a book that is a couple thousand years old, and an all time best seller may be a source
worth checking as the 1st of the 2 links I've posted on this reply does, at least for me, cast some doubt on most so called "credible sources"
The articles come from this site
I don't agree with "all", but is some interesting reading, (I suppose).
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