posted on Jun, 4 2009 @ 03:14 PM
reply to post by Toughiv
I do accept that that the space between atoms is void of matter. That is the key to my understanding actually. That's why if there isn't matter
there as you state - there has to be energy.
My reasoning here ties into the second law of thermodynamics and entropy, stating that the entropy of an isolated system which is not in equilibrium
will tend to increase over time, approaching a maximum value at equilibrium. Basically I interpret it as if there is empty space - the universe has
to balance that back to equilibrium. And because matter cannot be there - energy has to be there.
Sorry for the confusion I am not referring to the cosmic radiation theories from big bang I'm thinking of something much more basic - my fish tank
full of fluid example.
The "fluid" changes because of the actions that are happening around it. Just as in the physical realm the earths gravity is able to pull the moon
into motion without touching it, in the energy realm a ripple will be carried across a, yet-to-be-determined, comparable distance.
You stated stated theology, physics, and psychology earlier, here is where it fits in.
Spirituality in theology is closely tied to emotion. If someone around me is sad - that is displayed through behavior (psychology) and a ripple is
sent through the surrounding energy (physics). An "aquarius child" which I'll use to keep things simple is able to sense this emotion without the
use of the physical, behavioral aspect. The emotion is carried through energy - not matter because it is more closely tied to spirituality
(non-religious) than psychology.
I view that as a benefit as we are much more aware and atune to everyone around us.
It makes loads of sense to me!