posted on Aug, 28 2009 @ 10:27 PM
What you say doesn't make a whole lot of sense.
I don't know that i was created. I exist, sure. "Created" Maybe not. I may have existed eternally, never created because there was never a time
when I didn't exist. The fact that I know of no such time means nothing. Maybe I don't remember existing. Maybe when embodied, my memory only
goes as far back as the body I'm in. Whatever, I may not have been created.
My perception of reality is a lie? Probably untrue. First, a lie is a deliberate untruth. Who is lying to me? If you mean that my perception of
reality is untrue, that's one thing. But a lie? No evidence of anyone hiding the truth from me.
Even the notion that my perception of reality is untrue, is not subject to verification. If my perception of reality is untrue, then so is yours, no?
That being the case, maybe one of the untrue features of your misperception of reality, is that my perception is false. The reverse also applies (my
version is the false one), but the point is that since you cannot claim to have a true perception of reality, you can't say whose, if anyone's, is
false or true. Bottom line, all you can say is that no one's perception of reality is demonstrably true.
Your comments about numbers were little more than word salad.
The comment that God (or whatever) asked a question is without foundation. God, if such a thing exists (or existed), may not have posed any sort of
question to hin- her- itself. For all we know, God and the Universe might have come into existence at the same moment; or they may both have existed
eternally, without any beginning or creation.
So, if you want the truth, here's the truth: We know almost nothing, and we an know almost nothing about our Universe, reality, God, or whatever.
Sure, we know how to navigate this world we live in, find food and water, survive, get along somehow. But when we look deep into the Questions, we
find that we have no answers for them.
As JBS Haldane said, "The Universe is not only queerer than we suppose; it's queerer than we *can* suppose".