posted on May, 24 2009 @ 04:17 AM
reply to post by DaMod
You need to tell me in detail where I went wrong and perhaps a suggestion for the future.
Spoonfeed you, do you mean? Forget it. I operate via the Socratic method.
You should not just say well this is wrong and that is wrong, well can you prove this?
Did you read the link I posted? It's got all
the answers you need, and will show you in detail where you went wrong on the physics part. As to
why your initial example is invalid, I explained that. But here's a further hint, if you'll take it: look at your initial statement ('the universe
is either eternal or created') and see how many prior
assumptions it contains about the nature of time, causality, etc. Then ask yourself what
basis you have for assuming that things have always gone the merry old way they do now.
What degrees do you have? What books have you read? It would be nice to know something about someone that tells you that you are
I could tell you I was Gerard t'Hooft
in real life. How would you know I was telling the truth?
Instead of asking me silly questions, find someone in real life who really knows physics (has at least a bachelor's degree in the subject) and ask
them for their comments. You'll soon find out who's right and who's wrong.
Certainly. Here's Hexagram Four
of the I Ching for your contemplation and