posted on May, 16 2010 @ 02:59 PM
As an agnostic I feel that if God does exist, it would both penetrate and pervade nature, aka he is within and without. If God is the beginning of
everything, the "creator" of existence, he is beyond that which we call everything. That being said I don't believe God can be reduced accurately
to a math forumla.
Also, the fibonacci sequence appears very often in nature, but so do many other elegant formulas. This is simply nature. Take the sunflower. It's
seeds spiral in such a way that can be calculated with a fibonacci sequence, but in that case the sequence creates the most efficient and organized
design for the flower. I don't think this is proof of God.
Besides, even if God can be reduced to an equation somehow, I still believe that believing in God is irrelevant to how someone lives their life. For
instance, I don't need God to tell me I have to be nice people. I believe being nice is simply the right thing to do. It's contagious, and increases
people's quality of life. It fosters progress.
[edit on 16-5-2010 by SubPop79]