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Is God Real or Not?
January 1, 2010
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I didn't even know there was a code button. I wonder what it's for.

But yes I'm with you on that... it was a good post.

Every one who is seriously involved in the pursuit of science becomes convinced that a spirit is manifest in the laws of the Universe-a spirit vastly superior to that of man. - Albert Einstein

January 1, 2010
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Hi frrostedman

Life is treating us just fine.
We have two books in the final editing stage with just the illustrations to add. (when I get off my butt and compile them ) Embarassed

Also the website remains as popular as ever.

Lets take reality. There is no reality in the hologramatic world. There is a force, which has created your circumstances. The Universal mind is a consciousness that just IS. It is a created consciousness, it is created by the Grand Order of Design, and it knows no other life before it, as it cannot. It surpasses all knowledge. Created consciousness is the life force of every being throughout all the universes, you give birth to reality only when that contact is made via your true selves. The ' being' which created you. That 'being' (true self) is directly linked to the Greater consciousness, which in turn gives you the 'entity being', the reality. What you live in your hologramatic world is a created circumstance. It does not give you reality it gives you the feeling of such. It gives you the illusion of a reality. The most difficult illusion of all illusions as you struggle with the concept of what gives birth to reality.

To look at this from a 3 dimensional perspective. Imagine 'you' (the physical) is the creation, and the 'being' (you) is the reality. Look at this the same universally, the 'being' (true you) is the reality, and the G.O.D.(Grand Order of Design) is the created consciousness.

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January 3, 2010
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No, it's not really a good point at all.

Evolution IS a fact, just like gravity because we observe it, however there is also the theory of evolution as there is also the theory of gravity.

We KNOW (for sure) that evolution exists because we see it, we've seen it multiple times, we continue to see it. The only thing that isn't fact is that we evolved to get to where we are now. Which is preposterous, aerodynamics never stops working sometimes, it worked before we knew about it. Why would evolution work only when we got advanced enough to look for it? It wouldn't.

And so you all know, there is not but one single biologist in the entirety of the US that believes that evolution is false. There is legitimate scientific argument as to the "fine print" so to speak, certain evolutionary lines are disputed, but that's it.

"George Bush says he speaks to god every day, and christians love him for it. If George Bush said he spoke to god through his hair dryer, they would think he was mad. I fail to see how the addition of a hair dryer makes it any more absurd."

January 3, 2010
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Agree with Tairaa, evolution is a "fact". At least in the eyes of the vast, vast majority of scientists (99% or so, in relevant fields of course).

Unfortunately, there is no single entity or group that can officially label something as "fact", and there will always be the odd scientist (usually religiously motivated) who rejects the theory.

The exact mechanisms of evolution are what is usually seriously debated amongst scientists, not whether we evolved or not, although, again, a precious few still debate whether evolution is generally true or not.

When do we determine that something is a fact? When every single scientist in the entire world comes to the same conclusion? Because that's very unlikely, regardless of the strength of the evidence in its favour. There are still a few (crazy) scientists who think the Earth is hollow!

"All of our behavior can be traced to biological events about which we have no conscious knowledge: this has always suggested that free will is an illusion."

- Sam Harris

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