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digitalmars.D - Re: Totally OT: Quantum Mechanics proof for the existence of a Supreme

reply Daniel Lewis <murpsoft hotmail.com> writes:
Craig Black Wrote:

 
 "Daniel Lewis" <murpsoft hotmail.com> wrote in message 
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 Namely, that there is only one conscious mind in the
 universe, and that matter is the result of observations of that mind. 
 At
 the subatomic level, there are only possibilities that require a mind 
 to
 bring into actual reality.  And that mind is not Many but One.


No offense, but that's a load of shit. The human mind is roughly the equivalent to pudding or a potato. It just happens to be configured in such a way that it's electrical signals form a massively parallel signal infrastructure. Hence why we continue to expend about 10% of our body energy supporting our pudding.
 The universe
 essentially consists of a single Indivisible Mind from which matter
 emmanates.


Hippy. More correctly, if you take two magnets and pull them apart, at what distance does the magnetic force completely stop; or is it a function of limits? Likewise for gravity? Can you therefore consider that when I move my finger, then entire universe feels both electrical and gravitational change? I would argue that that is how one might interpolate that everything is connected.

You can call people names all day long, but I am simply an agnostic with an open mind mind. This, I find is something that is exceptionally rare and something that I am proud to be. Some people get off on being mean to people with different opinions. If you would have read a couple more of my posts would have noticed that I've changed my mind on the matter you asshole. It's people like you that makes learning so damn annoying. -Craig

When your mind is too pliable, you learn anything anyone's willing to feed you. Having someone tell you "your model of the universe is hogwash - and here's why" is a service. Sorry I don't do it with a smile. Regards, Dan
Feb 16 2008
parent "Craig Black" <craigblack2 cox.net> writes:
"Daniel Lewis" <murpsoft hotmail.com> wrote in message 
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 Craig Black Wrote:

 "Daniel Lewis" <murpsoft hotmail.com> wrote in message
 news:fp2se7$1is4$1 digitalmars.com...
 Namely, that there is only one conscious mind in the
 universe, and that matter is the result of observations of that 
 mind.
 At
 the subatomic level, there are only possibilities that require a 
 mind
 to
 bring into actual reality.  And that mind is not Many but One.


No offense, but that's a load of shit. The human mind is roughly the equivalent to pudding or a potato. It just happens to be configured in such a way that it's electrical signals form a massively parallel signal infrastructure. Hence why we continue to expend about 10% of our body energy supporting our pudding.
 The universe
 essentially consists of a single Indivisible Mind from which matter
 emmanates.


Hippy. More correctly, if you take two magnets and pull them apart, at what distance does the magnetic force completely stop; or is it a function of limits? Likewise for gravity? Can you therefore consider that when I move my finger, then entire universe feels both electrical and gravitational change? I would argue that that is how one might interpolate that everything is connected.

You can call people names all day long, but I am simply an agnostic with an open mind mind. This, I find is something that is exceptionally rare and something that I am proud to be. Some people get off on being mean to people with different opinions. If you would have read a couple more of my posts would have noticed that I've changed my mind on the matter you asshole. It's people like you that makes learning so damn annoying. -Craig

When your mind is too pliable, you learn anything anyone's willing to feed you. Having someone tell you "your model of the universe is hogwash - and here's why" is a service. Sorry I don't do it with a smile.

There were like four people before you that disagreed with me. All of them did it without name calling. Correction is taken much better when you don't talk down to the person you are correcting. Furthermore, mocing and jesting does not propote intellectual conversation, but incites an emotional response. In keeping an open mind, I know that I don't know everything, and I'm always open for correction. But because I am a person of principle I will never allow anyone to talk down to me. Period. You understand? -Craig
Feb 16 2008