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The Perfect World Problem

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posted on Dec, 8 2011 @ 04:32 PM
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If a world exists in the perfect state it means god does not exist outside that world, If the world exists in a completely chaotic state than God does exist, except in that world. Our world is both chaotic and ordered sets. Each probability set at N->Infinity is a recursive wave function of a self similar iteration of bistable super-symmetry that is what we call consciousness itself.

In points where God acts as scalar force there is what we believe to be "empty" space, in points where we believe matter to be there is an iteration that is a resonant structure of quintessence of complimentary sets. In fact our own consciousness is self-aware because the fractal nature of the iteration is an image of the original source quanta that is God. This allows us to be outside of time yet bound to a resonant structure of self reinforcing sets, that which we call our DNA. Therefore this world is both the proof of god's existence and yet negation of it's influence thus we have free will. Believe you are the resonant structure itself (body) then you DIE and merge with the field, Believe you are the Consciousness that is the quanta of the resonant structure and you are eternally in the presence of God through quantum entanglement.




posted on Dec, 8 2011 @ 06:16 PM
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Originally posted by eywadevotee
If a world exists in the perfect state it means god does not exist outside that world, If the world exists in a completely chaotic state than God does exist, except in that world. Our world is both chaotic and ordered sets. Each probability set at N->Infinity is a recursive wave function of a self similar iteration of bistable super-symmetry that is what we call consciousness itself.

In points where God acts as scalar force there is what we believe to be "empty" space, in points where we believe matter to be there is an iteration that is a resonant structure of quintessence of complimentary sets. In fact our own consciousness is self-aware because the fractal nature of the iteration is an image of the original source quanta that is God. This allows us to be outside of time yet bound to a resonant structure of self reinforcing sets, that which we call our DNA. Therefore this world is both the proof of god's existence and yet negation of it's influence thus we have free will. Believe you are the resonant structure itself (body) then you DIE and merge with the field, Believe you are the Consciousness that is the quanta of the resonant structure and you are eternally in the presence of God through quantum entanglement.


Could you please put this in plain English. Working off just a high school education here and try as I might I don't understand really what you are saying. I should of listened to my folks and gone to college hehe.



posted on Dec, 8 2011 @ 09:56 PM
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In a perfect world, man's thoughts and actions would not lead to negative consequences. The potential to cause pain and suffering would not exist.

Perhaps we humans were created imperfectly because we have the ability to cause so much devastation?



posted on Dec, 8 2011 @ 10:08 PM
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God may have created the earth and universe (whatever you and anyone else believes God to be), but we are responsible for the condition its in today



posted on Dec, 9 2011 @ 10:42 AM
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Originally posted by Akragon
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You might notice that these...


feuds, war, famine, diseases, crime or injustice of any kind. No greed or competition. No reason for jealousy. No secrets.


Are all man made issues...

We live in a perfect world my friend... the imperfections are caused by mans thoughts and actions...


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Not diseases but all the others, yes.



posted on Dec, 11 2011 @ 06:30 AM
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Isn't that letting God (assuming he exists) off the hook, though? Why was man created with the potential to cause so much pain and suffering, devastation and destruction? If we are responsible for the condition that the world is in today, then our Creator must share some of the responsibility...

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Many would argue that at least some diseases are in fact man-made. But regardless of if man did create these negative things, why was the ability to do so instilled in us by our Creator?
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