posted on May, 5 2013 @ 07:24 AM
reply to post by Angle
Oh now I see what you're getting at. You are really asking where did God come from because you think in terms of linear time. God did not come from
somewhere, he always was.
Try not to think of time as something we all go through. Instead, think of time as energy/matter's reactionary speed [of change] to new information -
and the measurement of the speed of change is what most people refer to as time. Yes, I'm saying Einstein's theory of special relativity is wrong.
Space is not a fabric, it's well spaced out particles with high electron velocities. The high velocities is what creates the expansion of space, and
the bending of light. And time is not a thing, it is a measurement of energy's reactionary speed. This is why things seem relative and why quantum
entanglement works the way it does, and why some studies have shown that we react to future events.
If you can think about time as being relative to how fast one moves, then just convert that to how fast energy/matter reacts to the information.
Once you can think of time like that, it destroys the need for God to have came from somewhere. God is from always and always is all there is. We are
just reacting or changing to the information coming from somewhere - God I suppose.
edit on 5/5/2013 by Bleeeeep because: (no reason