a reply to: Tiamat384
humanity is most certainly reprogramming life. We have created organisms that did not exist before with the power of technology. We are creating
artificial life right now. So you may need to open up your point of view to broader spectrums of things that can and will happen.
Don't believe in a creator or humanities creator? Humans exist and create, shape, and form the landscape and enviroment around us.
In order for you to be born, you had to be shaped into existance by your mother. And in order for life to exist on earth. It had to be shaped to
progress. With no Earth there is no life where we are in infinit space. Though we cannot garentee we are the only creators in total existance. If
humans fathom themselves traveling galaxy to galaxy in modest time even if its billions of year into the future and we have recolonized other star
systems. In a universe with no begining or ending, with cyclical nature of decay and accumilated formation. It is unending. Like a snake eating its
own tail at the same speed it is growing.
well say there is a creator for the sake of argument, then why can he not create from that which does not exit. That's essentially placing upon him a
law, a law of physics. And most people see the creator as omnipotent and thereby under no laws.
Yes, humans manipulate these laws of the house (The universe) in order to create.
We are images of what created us. From the creators past or present. We are reprisentations of what it means to be a creator. Just because we don't
have ghost like abilities and are free from our physical bodies does not mean that as creators we can't utilize the laws of the house to achieve it.
All things are possible as long as the laws of the house accept it. The laws themselves are what hold all that exists like glue to acomplish the
inctricate clock work that is reality.
What humanity calls our creator has achived many of these things that 300-500 years ago people would call magic.
Omnipotence is possible under a refined definition. You see how humanity generates it's own omnipotent influence on the planet with the invention of
cameras and recording formats of light and audio. From this alone, we are slowly gaining information about the world around us even when we arn't
there in person. Even me talking to you right now is using technology that does not break the house rules but allows such omnipresent abilities to
come into our perception and finally life experience.
Without the internet, or a computer there's no way i could respond to you asking this question you recorded 3 years ago. Im 24 by the way. If at all i
could reach your thoughts about this without technology it would have to be some crazy psychic crap where i'd be a voice in your head. Not saying it's
impossible but with technology and using the house rules it can become a possiblity.
So what we see as something that appears as a master of the creation domain is a God. All things that create life are Gods.
If humanity creates a species all by itself on another planet. Then to that species we would be their god.
It is questionable to think that we humans could in the same position as the hypothetical species we will create.
So if humanity was seeded here. is what created us any less God to humanity than we will be to the species we will create in the future?