posted on Aug, 15 2013 @ 10:57 PM
Originally posted by Arbitrageur
But if by problem you mean that the universe can't possibly work this way because it offends our preferences on the way we'd like the universe to
work, I have to respond by saying it appears the universe is indifferent to our preferences, and whether we like or dislike what it does and how it
Einstein didn't like God playing dice with the universe when he made his famous quote "God doesn't play dice with the universe". But all experimental
results so far have demonstrated the universe doesn't work according to the preference of Einstein in this specific regard, where all experiments show
that in effect, "God plays dice with the universe" so to speak. So you are in good company with Einstein, if the universe doesn't work the way you'd
like it to.
Yes I dont think the universe can possibly work like that; I dont think it is a logical perspective (logic meaning truth...and me speaking as a
transient manifestation of logic, leaving my humanness and feelings and belief behind, and attempting to successfully align with objective truth, on
the basis of logic, causes and affect, reality) to claim that eternal nothingness existed. Then everything appeared. And that everything will
disappear for eternity. There is no basis to exclaim that. There is no ground to stand on that. It makes no sense. It is not real. It cant be
truth and real, because it is impossible and meaningless. There is no hypothetical or theoretical explanation as to how that would be possible,
without obfuscating (
) the meaning of the word and concept nothing. Literally a childish and cowardice move, in order to not have to admit
that energy exists eternally, instead of dealing with what appears to be the most probable reality, some 'scientists' would rather believe the reality
they feel most comfortable imagining exists.
If in that theory it is left open for the potential that after 'everything turns back into nothing' for eternity, everything will once again manifest
into a new establishment of potential everything, then that self refutes the idea of heat death. For that would mean that the process of heat death
leads to the creation of a new universe. It would not be wrong in that case to say that heat death exists, and is the end of this (act/chapter)
manifestation of universe/energy, but it would be wrong (if it is possible that after this universe dies, there will not be eternal nothingness) to
claim that entropy will equal 100% and nothing will ever exist again.
Do you understand at all my problem and perspective of this? There is no reason or explanation as to why and how eternal nothingness could exist,
then a little blip on the screen of infinite eternal nothingness exists relatively long lasting relative everything, and then that blip disappears.
And that is all that ever has happened and ever will happen in the history of reality. You cant explain that. (Because true logic will tell you so
strongly, that it does not make sense, and is not possible). Try to come up with an explanation as to how that is possible.
and I only meant my analogies at face values, the examples used were silly. Not what the examples and analogies were trying to analogize.
on 15-8-2013 by ImaFungi because: (no reason given)