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Featured Yoru still wrong about time....

Discussion in 'Science and Religion' started by Sustainer, Jun 15, 2018.

  1. Sustainer

    Sustainer Well-Known Member

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    1) space
    2) space
    3) space-time changes
    4) space
     
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  2. Valjean

    Valjean Veteran Member
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    So how does this "God" fit in? It's not physics.
     
  3. Sustainer

    Sustainer Well-Known Member

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    Well , if there was anything we could give a class to as being a god, it would be space for the simple fact, things need a space to exist in or they cannot exist. So space supersedes all.
     
  4. Milton Platt

    Milton Platt Well-Known Member
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    I only see a list of words here. I'll wait for the supporting evidence.
     
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  5. Valjean

    Valjean Veteran Member
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    But that's not "God." God is anthropomorphic; a personage, with likes and dislikes, desites, goals, &c. I don't see how it fits into an abstraction like relativity.
     
  6. Sustainer

    Sustainer Well-Known Member

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    I will demonstrate, you are in space right now as I am in space right now. Your space and my space are both now. There is no difference in our now's.
    Now the space in front of you can not alter because it has no physical properties. However in that space is space-time, this changes all the time .
     
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    Well that's kinda the point, God is not what people believe God to be.
     
  8. Valjean

    Valjean Veteran Member
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    As I see it, God's a human construction.
    Divinity, on the other hand...
     
  9. Subduction Zone

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    Yummy! Word salad.
     
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  10. Thief

    Thief Rogue Theologian

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    oh oh......
    now you've done it

    you went and told the BIG secret
     
  11. Sustainer

    Sustainer Well-Known Member

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    I am objective, no offence to peoples beliefs , but if they want to believe in a God, at least get it right and have it based on something factual.
    Anything other than this I declare that person ''insane''. I declare a religion illness, delusions and a make believe reality, a fantasy, fictional , believing in fairies. If that is not an illness then I don't know what is.
     
  12. Thief

    Thief Rogue Theologian

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    so...I have no religion

    I believe in God
     
  13. Sustainer

    Sustainer Well-Known Member

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    Simple as that ...yes
     
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    viole Metaphysical Naturalist
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    According to relativity, there is not such a thing as "now".

    Ciao

    - viole
     
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    Kangaroo Feathers Hardline moderate

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    My vote is interpretive dance.
     
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  16. Milton Platt

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    You're still incoherent. Space isn't "now". Space is space and the term "now" defines the present moment in time. And space-time is a continuum consisting of space and time, so to say that space-time is in space is not coherent.
     
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  17. Sustainer

    Sustainer Well-Known Member

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    Your thoughts are not coherent, not my posts. Cognitive freedom is not cognitive acceptance.
    You have not quite evolved past the level of cognitive acceptance.
    Think about yourself,find your answer, come back when you give an answer that is not google orientated.
     
  18. Milton Platt

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    Didn't google anything. Just pointed out your incoherence.
     
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    Your coherence is with understanding, when you can adjust to reading ''gibberish'' then you might make sense to yourself. It is intentionally wrote that way .
     
  20. Milton Platt

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    I think that gibberish is all you are capable of, at least on this thread. If gibberish is the best you can do, there is no need to post.
     
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