posted on May, 17 2013 @ 07:39 AM
reply to post by GafferUK1981
exactly - "it" couldn't have come from "nothing" either,
Maybe our reality/dimension as we know it is a creation of another reality/creation we cant yet comprehend, thus appearing to come from nothing.
I guess I try to rationalise it as like a computer game - programmers can create entire worlds, control everything down to positions of blades of
grass etc, make everything work in sync, every action has a reaction. But still that world was created, nothing is a coincidence- you can even program
programs to adapt and learn from information being put into the program to become more efficient- in effect programming the program to evolve.
We understand how computer programs are made, we understand people designed them and spent months even years creating gamescapes etc,we know it is all
But if the characters in the game had a conscious and an idea of 'self' as we do in our reality- would they believe the world they live in isn't
the real world and it is in fact just a creation of the real world? - how could they understand that, as all they know is only what we have created
for them to know. - in their world made of binary code we wouldnt even be tangible to them in our true form.
- kinda hard to articulate, obviously just my personal theory, I guess im saying that theoretically a world created on a computer has been created
from "nothing", but we know that it hasn't really been created from nothing as we are educated in how it would come to be.
Right here on Earth we can hypothesize about how we came to be, but we may never know for sure because if the truth it is beyond the scope of our
accepted rules of physics, science etc we could never understand.
i need to lie down now cos my brain is about to explode. - i dont even know if that makes sense lol.