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A question about the possibilities of God?

A question about the possibilities of God? Topic: Forming a research question
June 26, 2019 / By Jackie
Question: With so many Atheists in this world, I have a question. Is there anybody that believes in science AND religion? I know I'm not very intelligent but has anybody thought that the big bang was the point when God made everything? Couldn't all these laws of physics that we work towards be, in a sense, a puzzle. As in God laid it all out, made the law of physics, elements, etc, and as we progress as a race we figure out more and more? And maybe we'll figure out an equation that is "God's Equation" that relates everything. Then maybe these other religions also have some truth, but interpreted differently. Like the idea of the "Brahman" being all energy, maybe God is all energy. Did the bible ever say that God was a dimensional being living in our 3-dimensional space? Did it every say heaven and hell were even in this universe? Since they're eternal I would think they would have to be a higher dimension because in the third we only live in the moment. Also the bible speaks how we have a soul, and if energy is neither created nor destroyed doesn't that mean we must go somewhere..? Anybody want to share their views on those thoughts? Exactly KrazyAboutHim! sorry I begin to ramble.. It makes more sense (to me at least) that God created everything, including all the known laws. Evolution doesn't make sense (to me) because I would think that if one evolved from say a monkey, that either we'd have a much more vast difference between each person. I believe we 'adapt' to our environment, which is why we have all the different cultures. People around the world worship in their own way, which I believe is their way of interpreting God, all energy is God, not some white bearded guy. It's something we cannot perceive and the bearded dude is just a symbol in a way. (what I believe). Also, I've done research and would like to to know if anybody thinks the chemical DMT found in the pineal gland has any connection with God. It's found in all things alive, I don't believe we know why it's there. It's in the center of our brain and is active most during birth, REM sleep, and death. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=grcqs9cDuN8
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Elyzabeth Elyzabeth | 5 days ago
Spiritual Satanism recognises Science to be true and correct and does not omit it from its beliefs. All studies of Satanism incorporate Science and Spirituality. Indeed the very foundation of Satanism is the neutrino theory which states that a field of electromagnetic particles permeates everything, making it possible to cause things to happen outside of yourself using only your brain, hence the term magic, as people who do not know how it works simply cannot grasp the concept. As for any god being omnipresent and all seeing, that notion is entirely ridiculous, and whilst Satan is by far the most powerful being I have had dealings with, he can in no way be able to read everyone's mind at once and see and hear everything that happens. In order to interact with him, even Satanist need to get his attention by way of ritual or using Sigils and this is not always successful. Everything that Satanism teaches regarding magic directly correlates with Traditional Chinese Medicine also, another form of spiritual science.
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Elyzabeth Originally Answered: A question about the possibilities of God?
Spiritual Satanism recognises Science to be true and correct and does not omit it from its beliefs. All studies of Satanism incorporate Science and Spirituality. Indeed the very foundation of Satanism is the neutrino theory which states that a field of electromagnetic particles permeates everything, making it possible to cause things to happen outside of yourself using only your brain, hence the term magic, as people who do not know how it works simply cannot grasp the concept. As for any god being omnipresent and all seeing, that notion is entirely ridiculous, and whilst Satan is by far the most powerful being I have had dealings with, he can in no way be able to read everyone's mind at once and see and hear everything that happens. In order to interact with him, even Satanist need to get his attention by way of ritual or using Sigils and this is not always successful. Everything that Satanism teaches regarding magic directly correlates with Traditional Chinese Medicine also, another form of spiritual science.

Christianne Christianne
Millions of people have thought about it. They're still wrong. Take the example of energy. Energy is simply a shorthand term in physics that explains a lot about how different things react. But energy isn't actually a real thing. It's a philosophical construct. To say that energy exists in a real sense is fallacious. It's the same when using the term god. It doesn't mean anything in real terms and it explains far less than the concept of energy. So god is redundant. Not knowing where the universe came from is not the same thing as saying "god did it" because saying "god did it" doesn't explain how it occurred. In fact, saying "I don't know" is the more intellectually honest position. Edit - your reference to DMT is better explained by all mammals having a common ancestor. An all powerful, omniscient, omnipresent being would have far more creativity than to stick to the same old biochemical systems that he used in every other friggin animal. Seriously dude, it's not rocket science.
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Avaline Avaline
When I was a Christian I believed something similar. Now, however, I don't see any evidence of a God at all. Yes, what you speculate about might be possible but if true would rather invalidate the notion of a personal, concerned and even loving Deity. Of course, reading the Bible invalidates that in the Jewish and Christian faiths too. ;)
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Abegail Abegail
Isn't that a bit convenient. If there are forces working in a supernatural way to shape the science behind our universe do you really think we can understand them. It would be like a dog teaching another dog about brain surgery. To say it is God is the ultimate cop out.
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Abegail Originally Answered: How many different possibilities for 8digits??
Well, I think you mean 8 *characters*. You have 26 uppercase letters (A-Z) You have 26 lower case letters (a-z) You have 10 digits (0-9) That's 62 choices for each of 8 positions: 62 x 62 x 62 x 62 x 62 x 62 x 62 x 62 = 62^8 = 218,340,105,584,896 That's more than 218 trillion possibilities. If people were good about picking passwords, and always used a mixture of uppercase, lowercase and digits, it would be pretty hard to crack passwords. But usually people choose things that are easy to remember, like the name of their pets, or a favorite musician/actor, or a simple word like "password". All of these are subseptible to dictionary attacks.

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