posted on Feb, 17 2013 @ 02:37 AM
reply to post by TheAnarchist
Wow!! I skimmed over this post earlier and misread it (or mis-interpreted it). What you've posted is a fantastic piece of philosophy!
Not too many people out there "get it", but you seemingly do. As a physicist, I am not what one you would consider to be a loyal church-going man,
but I do believe in God. I won't go into the why's and wheretofore's now, but suffice to say that many of the great physicists and scholars of old
became theologians for a reason.
Most people's perception of "God" is almost nanometric in perspective. He / she / it, is perceived as a singularity by the masses. Nothing could be
further from the truth. When you step back and look at the dynamics of the universe, the laws of physics and all the nuances of "being", one cannot
help but think that some devine intervention had to have been at the root of it all. Individually we can isolate, and calculate, almost unimaginable
things, but each day we learn about a physical universe, bounded by rules which we can only hope to grasp, which humbles any who study it.
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