reply to post by Myendica
1)So you believe that if there were to be no intelligent life, other that life on our planet, this universe is an illusion.
2)And, if there is a God, then you also believe this universe to be an illusion.
''If there is no god, and the universe is real, intelligent life exists else where based on stats, so Ive heard, and to me it just seems like common
sense.'' Here you believe the universe not to be a illusion?
#1)I think we can state that indeed based on the size of the universe, intelligent is very likely to exist elsewhere, 99,9% sure. Why would you assume
that the universe is an illusion if there was no other life? Lets say we were to be the only life, does that change the principals on which this
reality has been built on? Lets say there is other life, does that change the principals?
#2) Lets say a God that fits your description exists, why would that make this reality an illusion? You state you believe that with, or without there
being a god, you believe this universe is an illusion. Whats with that? Why do you bring God into your theory? You should eliminate God out of your
mind, i haven't seen any evidence suggesting such a being might exist.
I am against your arguments, suggesting that all this is an illusion.It might be, but not with that argumentation. My spirit manifests in this
physical body, which i experience through my brain, and my brain tells my mind. And everything my mind is told through my brain, is via electrical
current, so there is no evidence that this reality is really the way we perceive it, thus opening the theory that this universe is an illusion.
However, i recall anything my mind experiences, reality. Experience is something that manifests, its something that is happening, happening in this
reality. It is real. It might be an illusion, but it is also very real. That contradicts, i don't know what to make of it really