reply to post by webedoomed
If things werent following a set of rules and working together how could our world even be conceivable?
You're not getting it. Look out in the universe. Stars implode, intergalactic black-holes suck up massive objects as they zip across. On how many
stars do not homo sapiens inhabit. Why are they not observing from that planet which doesn't inhabit humans? You see? More scenarios, then the ones
which seem to be perfectly "ordered".
We look out and choose to impose order. We make vibrations at each other through the pushing out of air from our lungs, and mouth. We attach meaning
onto this, and agree on an order out of what was once observed as chaos. The chaos didn't go away, we just choose to relate the chaos into a pattern
that can be used to our benefit. We choose to rule each other. The universe could be perceived to be following it's own static set of rules, though I
even question that. It seems everything is simply in flow, dynamic, and only within a limited context to be measured using static terms. Hence, the
use of QM to attempt and go beyond this limited context. There is no need for any of this to be "working together". It's simply as it is.
Everything is for sure following a set of rules how the hell else could all of what we have to observe in the universe be observeable?
Its not a coincidence that everything happens to just accidently fall into its place enabling everything else to fall into place.
Life is a paradox. No simple answer suffices. That we don't know, scares us pooless, and causes many people to impose their own beliefs and meaning
Why the need for "coincidence" ? Are you thinking this is the only universe there is, or the only way life could evolve? Why not a big bang, and
collapse many times within the same universe, and only after billions of cycles, intelligent life arises by mere chance alone?
These notions you speak of arise out of a mind that is still attached to the many limitations our bodies have, relative to space and time. We can't
hold all of the physical universes complexities in mind at once. We can't physically observe it in any detail in it's entirety at once. We can't
imagine all the possible scenarios which can unfold from galaxy to galaxy. We couldn't know of existence without existing. Basically, we can't grasp
infinity without letting go of being a human being.
So the way you're trying to seek order, is very rational, and very human, but not to be confused with any kind of will or inherent order within the
cosmos itself. We observe after the fact, and work within the context which may be perceived from all the fluctuations in energy being displayed.
Basically, ultimate knowledge is outside of the human experience.
[Disclosure] I'm operating within multiple perspectives from post to post, in an attempt to satisfy my own curiousities and evoke adequate responses
from other members. My apologies for being such a "bully". I'll bow out of the thread for 24 hours minimum. Please feel free to join in with any ideas
you may have. Sorry! [/Disclosure]
Do I contradict myself? Very well, then I contradict myself, I am large, I contain multitudes.
edit on 20-1-2014 by webedoomed because: (no reason given)