posted on Mar, 23 2013 @ 06:33 PM
Originally posted by Jauk3
reply to post by HarryTZ
Enlighten me and proof me it's not. I am open
Countless neurobiologists have probed the human brain, trying, unsuccessfully, to find the source of our awareness. Now, many may argue that the
amalgamation of all our cranial processes create our consciousness, but still the question is left of 'who'. Who
felt that searing pain after
touching the lit stove? Who
endured the deep emotional sorrow when their mother died of lung cancer? Who
fell in love with the beautiful
woman that stole your heart? The answer to all of these questions is you
, and no simple grey-matter machine can hold the immateriality of these
experiences. In reality, our brain is simply an information processor, taking in external stimuli which is then experienced by our consciousness.
For my next point, let me start with a tid-bit of information: a mass of DNA the size of the period at the end of this sentence contains enough
information to fill a stack of books 200,000,000 miles high. While this may not seem to pertain to the original problem (which, ultimately, it does),
it pretty much takes the concept of 'accident' and 'coincidence' out of the question of our creation. In this awesomely complex material we can
see that the infinitely powerful Creator (pure, potential consciousness, from which we all come) drives the universe.
Finally, it is unimaginably arrogant and ignorant to claim that thousands of years of inner wisdom and experience is wrong, while your extremely
narrow and 'scientific' perspective reigns true.