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I encourage you to go back and look up the meanings of the words you're using. Among them, check out the word, "axiom." You use it a lot, and you're using it incorrectly most of the time. Other words to look up are entropy, information, intelligence, consciousness, dimension, theory, hypothesis. Check out "collapsing wave function," though I'll tell you right now that if you haven't learned the math, you will never understand it sufficiently to discuss it intelligently.
What you're doing is trying to show, retroactively, that the Bible's somehow predicted scientific principles. You can do that with Tarot cards if you want, or any other source of vague statements. Probably Shakespeare if you try hard enough.
Originally posted by EnochWasRight
reply to post by baruch60610
You said: "Entropy in information denies any evolution of choice from chaos to function apart from a consciousness collapsing the indeterminate to determine the best outcome." What in God's name are you talking about? This sentence is meaningless.
Entropy in Information theory assumes that bits of information degrade over time. Life must rise to overcome. Simple life, apart from consciousness, must be shown with the ability to make value judgments or evolution is dead as a theory. Collapsing wave function theory states that the observer collapses the indeterminate (not yet determined) wave function to make a choice. To change the states of matter, a value must be selected from probability. The 3rd dimension is where 3D objects reside as matter. The 4th dimension is a movement of 3D in time. The 5th dimension is a probability space. The observer must have consciousness to make a choice.
Read up on the two theory sets and watch Imagining the 10th Dimension Videos Series by Rob Bryanton. Here is his book. Don't just take his word. Consult current dimensional theory. Axioms will change, but as I said before, we are at the event horizon of meeting the source. The law of inverse squares allows us to see clearly for once. I choose not to let pride blind me from the evident answer.
To understand time as a fourth dimension, it is necessary to recognize that any human attempt to "draw" or "represent" time beyond out immediate perception of it (baisc, linear progression), is inherently flawed, because out mental capacity is limited to three dimensions. However, time, like space, is a dimension in itself, and objects can transverse it in a similar way as they do through the third dimension. A popular way of viewing time is using a coordinate set of axes, except instead of using a plane with simple x and y axes, a z axes can be added. The graphic to the left represents a possible way of viewing time. As a person walks forward, he is traveling though the three dimensions of space, and a fourth as he progresses forward through time. Thus, for humans, time travel (or traveling through the fourth dimension) is entirely possible, however, only in one direction. Relativity has shown us that it is possible to change our perception of time based on distance, gravitational dilation, or speed, but the direction of time has remained constant and singular.
Originally posted by rickymouse
reply to post by EnochWasRight
Boy, you guys are way over my head on this stuff. I'm just interested in straightening peoples perception out in this dimension, the one I live in, so that life can go one here. What's happening in the other dimensions is dependent on what happens here now. They are all tied together somehow.
Originally posted by OldSchoolMom
reply to post by Vandettas
I don't know where your getting your information from, but where exactly are theories taught as fact?
The public education system in America.