reply to post by MamaJ
Some thoughts to consider. First, there are so many links claiming that Casey was debunked. This doesn't matter to me because it's hearsay,
When we think that there is a mind out there that is somehow responsible for everything and is guiding us in some way, please consider what we humans
do even today. It is so easy for us to assign human emotions and thoughts and agendas to animals. It's what we do because we can't see past
ourselves yet. We can only experience life as we know how to, so we assume that everything else also experiences life as we know it.
Is there a god? A lot of people think so. And apparently, he thinks and feels just like we do. This very notion should raise a lot of doubts seeing as
we are far from perfect.
In that documentary you posted, some scientist assigned some kind of conscious awareness, some kind of human intelligence that could understand his
language, to the water. Before freezing the water he made sure he said something positive, or wrote nice things on paper next to the water. The water
froze in a beautiful crystalline shape. If he had taken the time to think this through he should have come up with the notion that if water is capable
type of conscious awareness, it would have thought, "OH S&^%, I'M BEING FROZEN TO DEATH!"
Also, here in New England, I've seen absolutely stunning images of when moisture freezes on windows. Could that possibly mean anything other than
it's really cold out? I doubt it.
So, now we have uncovered the weird world of quantum physics and the first thing we do (the first thing that comes natural to us) is to bestow our
anthropomorphism to that which we don't understand. Waves and particles MUST have some kind of conscious intelligence. Again, I'm just not buying
I will concede that there must be something out there that is way WAY beyond our comprehension at this time. Is it the biblical god? Not a chance in
hell. Is there some kind of intelligence as we know it? If there were such a thing, then we'd know it now.