reply to post by Astyanax
Read about the work of David Bohm, and John Bell, and for that matter Karl Pribram on how the human mind works. You're clueless, yet operating as if
you know everything and everyone else is just a plebe.
Matter is a type of illusion, or if anything substantive, a projection by the mind of God, there is no other possible conclusion which can be drawn.
I stand by my statement.
The atheist and the materialist monist, must in the final analysis argue for their own non-existence, or, a causless universe.
"There is a principal which serves as a bar against all information and proof against all arguments, and which cannot fail to keep a man in
everlasting ignorance. That principal is contempt, prior to investigation."
~ Herbert Spencer (ie: a mind firmly closed)
Just because you don't like the implications of it, doesn't make it any less valid, and all theories, since they are dealing with what amounts to
infinity, can never be complete, and so they are all approximations, but Bohm's view of a holographic universe, is the only thing that reconciles the
absurdities of Bohr's Coppenhagen Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics, and Bell's proof of non-locality employing the EPR Paradox which Einstein
believed excluded the idea of transluminal connections. Everytihng is one, and it's a construct of mind or consciousness. Again, look at Bohm's
work, his actual physics work, not just the holgraphic metaphor. The universe is alive, at all levels, and the very notion of death, or an exclusion
from it, if you are already here IS a meaningless absurdity.
Some religious people say that separation is possible via a final judgement absent an intercessory grace, which could be more speculative, unless the
foundation of reality is built on principals..
First do the research, with an open mind, then come back and make your snide comments based on your assumptions of what you think other people do not
know. k? Thanks.
[edit on 1-5-2009 by OmegaPoint]