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Is there a grand unified theory, one-fits all, about life?

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posted on Feb, 27 2012 @ 11:22 AM
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Yep, i believe that also, we are one, everything is one being, but why is life on earth like it is? Why are people here? What are we doing here? Is there common goals that unity all humanity? Or each souls has its own agenda?
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posted on Feb, 27 2012 @ 11:29 AM
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Originally posted by Manula
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Yep, i believe that also, we are one, everything is one being, but why is life on earth like it is? Why are people here? What are we doing here? Is there common goals that unity all humanity? Or each souls has its own agenda?
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The video will explain it all.
At one time we had a unified purpose, however ignorance became beneficial to those in power and the rest is history. We have not had a "pure" thought (without influence or corruption) in a very long time. Our purpose of "why we are here" has changed. Initially "we were here" to experience "life" or living in physical bodies in a physical realm, but now "we are here" to awaken to the dream and become who we truly are thus "who are we". The series will explain, yet at that stage it was still new.



posted on Feb, 28 2012 @ 05:30 PM
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Originally posted by Manula
Well is there?
Everybody has its own formula, there are tons of books telling you the real answer.
Do you still believe there is a one-fits all theory about life?
I am not saying there isn't...
I think each life has its own meaning, its own theory that works, its own explanations.
But is there a common goal to all humans?


Yes but ultimately it cannot be conveyed with words. However, the ultimate nature of reality can be experienced. When it is attained everything takes on what is called the same "taste" meaning that all things appear to be the same. This is the unified field theory of the mind, since all things are unified within it, and all things are resolved into it, and all things are known by it, and all things are understood with it.
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posted on Feb, 28 2012 @ 06:01 PM
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I believe that the grand unifying theory is the explanation that we form by ourselves, for ourselves. This is why there are religions/beliefs like eclectic paganism and eclectic spiritualism - I personally do not believe in the possibility of a 100% religiously unified global population, I believe that with the direction humanity has progressed and the impact technology has made on our lives this kind of unity no longer has the opportunity to become reality. But as far as opinions go, to each their own.
Bless,
N0stalgia



posted on Feb, 28 2012 @ 06:09 PM
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The grand unifying theory is that life is about fashioning order out of chaos, reality out of virtuality. The universe doesn't exist unless a consciousness experiences it. The ultimate goal is to incorporate all the matter and energy in all possible dimensions of the entire universe into a living thing, which then (or did, depending on how you look at it) bootstraps itself into existence by becoming completely superconscious.



posted on Feb, 28 2012 @ 06:23 PM
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Math is a representative language invented by mankind to identify and explain and manipulate variables to get answers to how many are there and why are we here. That's a broad spectrum, isn't it?
What you are asking about is called TOE, the Theory of Everything. Do some physics research...that will give you the idea that there isn't an answer, yet, really.....



posted on Feb, 28 2012 @ 07:15 PM
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Partially.

There are two principles in physics that is sufficient enough to explain everything, including life: quantum field theory and quantum entanglement. Quantum fields formulate entanglement because particles are simply excitations of a quantum field, and these excitations are in constant flux, communicating with one another through their proper laws of physics, and with enough excitation, the particles, collectively, consist in waves, and these waves, just like the particles, interact and form wave packets, which constructs complexity and the result is quantum entanglement. Chemical biology and rigid bodies are the product of this quantum entanglement.

Why certain objects possess certain exclusive characteristics is difficult to answer. This is the template for the question, "Why is there something and not nothing?", and the answer is mathematical. All quantum entangled products are ideas in the mathematical frame of 'nature', and that something exists because it's necessary that all possibilities, no matter how absurd, must have mathematical existence.

So to sum it up: why does something exist and not nothing? Why are there differences? And that answer to this is that all possibilities (here and here) must, of necessity, have mathematical existence and this totality means all differences is a direct consequence of that fact.



The reason we feel limited can be explained by Susskind's formulation of the anthropic principle:


Somewhere in the wave function, the constant equals this number: somewhere else it is that number. We live in one tiny branch where the value of the constant is consistent with our kind of life.

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posted on Feb, 28 2012 @ 09:20 PM
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Originally posted by Blue Shift
The grand unifying theory is that life is about fashioning order out of chaos, reality out of virtuality. The universe doesn't exist unless a consciousness experiences it. The ultimate goal is to incorporate all the matter and energy in all possible dimensions of the entire universe into a living thing, which then (or did, depending on how you look at it) bootstraps itself into existence by becoming completely superconscious.



It's either that or Forest nailed it:



Ribbit



posted on Mar, 30 2012 @ 06:23 AM
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the golden rule he who owns the gold makes the rules and screws the rest of us



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