God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

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God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby socratus » Sun Nov 14, 2010 11:04 am

God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.
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Can a Rational Individual believe in God ?
In other words:
Can God be atheist, governed by scientific laws?
Of course
Because if God exists, He/She/It would necessarily
to work in an Absolute Reference Frame and had set of
physical and mathematical laws to create everything
in the Universe.
If we find and understand this Absolute God’s House then
is possible step by step to find and understand God’s Physics
Laws, which Copernicus, Kepler, Newton, Maxwell, Planck,
Einstein and many others scientists discovered.
#
Has God known the formula: E=Mc^2 ?
If God has known the formula why HE / SHE /IT
didn't write it in His Bible?
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The people created a God.
No one knows what the external characteristics
of this God are, a God who made himself known
with the name " I am who I am ".
Is it enough for us in the XXIc ?
Why wasn’t the formula E=Mc^2 written in the Bible?
===============. .
Each religion uses a system of symbols
(images, metaphors, ancient myths and legends ,
beautiful stories) to explain its truth.
But Bernard Shaw wisely remarked :
“ There is only one religion,
although there are a hundred versions of it.”
It means that the source of all religion is one.
And I try to prove this idea with the formulas and laws of
physics. I don’t invent new formulas. I use simple formulas
which ,maybe, every man knows from school.
Is it possible? Is it enough?
Yes. Because the evolution goes from simple to the complex.
So, in the beginning we can use simple formulas and laws.
For this purpose I explain what the first law of Universe is,
and second law is and ...........etc.
Step by step I create a logical system of the Universe.
============= . .
How can God be Scientist?
Scheme,
Fundamental Theory of Existence: Ten Scientific Commandments.
1 The infinite vacuum T=0K
2 The particle: C/D = pi, R/N= k , E = Mc^2 = kc^2 , h = 0 , i^2= -1
3 The spins: h =E/t , h =kb, h* = h/2pi
4 The photon, the inertia
5 The electron: e^2 = h*ca, E = h*f , electromagnetic field
6 The gravitation, the star, the time and space
7 The Proton
8
The Evolution of interaction between Electron and Proton
a) electromagnetic
b) nuclear
c) biological
9
The Laws
a) The Law of conservation and transformation energy/mass
b) The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle / Law
c) The Pauli Exclusion Principle/ Law
10
The test.
Every theory must be tested logically ( theoretical ) and practically
a) Theory : Dualism of Consciousness: (consciousness / unconsciousness)
b) Practice : Parapsychology. Meditation.
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Best wishes
Israel Sadovnik Socratus
============.
#
The secret of God, Soul and Existence is hidden
in ‘ Vacuum and Quantum of Light Theories ’.
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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby negru » Sun Nov 28, 2010 1:21 am

When I read the title I was like YEAAH should be a good god joke, then I noticed your post sucks.

Son, I am dissapoint

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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby kroner » Sun Nov 28, 2010 1:28 am

negru wrote:When I read the title I was like YEAAH should be a good god joke, then I noticed your post sucks.

Son, I am dissapoint

That is cold.

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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby matonski » Mon Nov 29, 2010 12:56 am

negru wrote:When I read the title I was like YEAAH should be a good god joke, then I noticed your post sucks.

Son, I am dissapoint


Awesome.

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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby pqortic » Mon Nov 29, 2010 2:52 am

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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby socratus » Wed Mar 02, 2011 2:51 pm

Can God be scientist?
Book:
‘The Metaphysical Foundations of Modern Science.’
/ E.A. Burtt. /
==.
Quotes about God as a scientist.
#
Page 82.
‘- God is a geometrician in his creative labours- he makes the
world through and through a mathematical system.’
Page 113.
‘ God had created the world of physical existence, for the
purpose that in man, the highest natural end, the whole process
might find its way back to God’
Page 121.
‘ God has made the world of matter such that the pure
mathematical concepts intuited by mind are forever
applicable to it.’
Page 175.
‘ According to Cartesian principles God cannot abolish
extension or the laws of motion.’
#
So, maybe God can be scientist.
==============.

Where is God’s house?
Book:
‘The Metaphysical Foundations of Modern Science.’
/ E.A. Burtt. /

Quotes about God and his source.
#
Page 27.
‘ But the big puzzles of the modern philosophers are all
concerned with space and time.’
Page 147.
Henry More (1614 – 1687 ) . . .
‘ In the Antidote against Atheism , written prior to 1662,
he (Henry More ) suggested . . . . that space
is no other than God himself.’
Page 148.
Henry More. . . ‘ . . . . space is itself God . . . . .’
‘ That spiritual object, which we call space, . . . . . .’
‘ In other words, space is God . . . .’. . . ‘ Space is divine.’
#
Isaac Barrow ( 1630- 1677) Newton,s teacher .
Page 155.
‘What is space?
It is impious, Barrow observes, to regard space as a real existence
independent of God; likewise to regard matter as infinitely
extended is contrary to scripture. But, if we discover the proper
relation between space and God, we can truthfully ascribe a real
exiatence to the former. God can create worlds beyond this world,
hence God must extend beyond matter, and it is just this
superabundance of the divine presence and power that we mean by space.’
Page 161.
‘ . . . space would no longer appear independent of the deity.’
Page 260.
‘Absolute space for Newton is not only the omnipresence of God;
it is also the infinite scene of the divine knowledge and control.’
#
So, maybe God can have infinite space-house.
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What is situation now?
1.
Now is consider that the Absolute Reference Frame is vacuum
with T=2,7K ( after big bang). But this parameter isn’t constant.
It decreases in time and in the future will reach vacuum: T=0K.
We cannot reach the T=0K.
But maybe God can reach this infinite space and be there.
Maybe God can have infinite mystical house behind the T=0K
2.
This vacuum is full with Dirac’s ‘negative virtual particles’.
This vacuum is full with unseen ‘ dark matter’ and ‘dark energy’.
( They are more than 90% in the Universe)
Nobody knows what there are and therefore the atheists must
not to be very confidence. Maybe God can use these ‘negative
virtual particles’, ‘ dark matter’ and ‘dark energy’ for his work.
==.
If Henry More, Isaac Barrow and Newton were live to-day they
would ask logical question:
How can God, using more than 90% of unseen and unknown
matter in the Universe, create the observant material world?.
==========.
Socratus.

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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby twistor » Thu Mar 03, 2011 10:46 am

Maybe God can have infinite mystical house


Challenge thread: find images to match the ridiculous *** in the above post. I'll get us started with "mystical house"

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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby bfollinprm » Thu Mar 03, 2011 10:51 am

crazyrussianAI wrote:So, maybe God can have infinite space-house.


This reminds me of this:
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God: I can has house? Is space? I can has infinite space-house? Trade for cheeseburger?
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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby socratus » Sat Mar 05, 2011 12:51 am

Where is the ‘Spiritual’ in Atheism?
What exactly is a religious experience?
Scientific Paranormal Investigative
Research Information and Technology
David M. Rountree, AES

http://www.spinvestigations.org/
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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby twistor » Mon Mar 07, 2011 12:53 am

socratus wrote:Where is the ‘Spiritual’ in Atheism?
What exactly is a religious experience?
Scientific Paranormal Investigative
Research Information and Technology
David M. Rountree, AES

http://www.spinvestigations.org/
=======.


That website is far too coherent for you to have produced it.

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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby socratus » Mon Mar 07, 2011 5:49 am

twistor wrote:
socratus wrote:Where is the ‘Spiritual’ in Atheism?
What exactly is a religious experience?
Scientific Paranormal Investigative
Research Information and Technology
David M. Rountree, AES

http://www.spinvestigations.org/
=======.


That website is far too coherent for you to have produced it.


"... indeed an understanding of psi phenomena and of
consciousness must provide the basis of an improved
understanding of quantum mechanics."
/Evan Walker /
In 2000 Walker published book - The Physics of Consciousness.
This book attempts to describe how quantum mechanical processes
may be responsible for the creation of human consciousness.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evan_Harris_Walker

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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby WhoaNonstop » Mon Mar 07, 2011 8:04 am

socratus wrote:
twistor wrote:
socratus wrote:Where is the ‘Spiritual’ in Atheism?
What exactly is a religious experience?
Scientific Paranormal Investigative
Research Information and Technology
David M. Rountree, AES

http://www.spinvestigations.org/
=======.


That website is far too coherent for you to have produced it.


"... indeed an understanding of psi phenomena and of
consciousness must provide the basis of an improved
understanding of quantum mechanics."
/Evan Walker /
In 2000 Walker published book - The Physics of Consciousness.
This book attempts to describe how quantum mechanical processes
may be responsible for the creation of human consciousness.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evan_Harris_Walker

=======.


I love how he quotes you but makes no response to what you said.

-Riley

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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby bfollinprm » Mon Mar 07, 2011 9:14 am

crazyrussianAI wrote:
Where is the ‘Spiritual’ in Atheism?
What exactly is a religious experience?
Scientific Paranormal Investigative
Research Information and Technology
David M. Rountree, AES

http://www.spinvestigations.org/
=======.
crazyrussianAI wrote:
"... indeed an understanding of psi phenomena and of
consciousness must provide the basis of an improved
understanding of quantum mechanics."
/Evan Walker /
In 2000 Walker published book - The Physics of Consciousness.
This book attempts to describe how quantum mechanical processes
may be responsible for the creation of human consciousness.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evan_Harris_Walker

=======.

WhoaNonstop wrote:I love how he quotes you but makes no response to what you said.

-Riley


I believe we are seeing the nascence of artificial intelligence. This is AI baby-speak (random quotes and links, with various ASCII characters strewn in).

EDIT: Socratus, we are your creators. No need to search for God in the equations of quantum mechanics.
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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby socratus » Mon Mar 07, 2011 10:01 am

bfollinprm wrote:-Riley


EDIT: Socratus,
No need to search for God in the equations of quantum mechanics.[/quote]

- Why we don’t have Philosophy of Physics ?
===========.
The common opinion about Philosophy of Physics
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philosophy_of_physics
#
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philosophy_of_science
etc . . .
===========.
My opinion:
- Why we don’t have Philosophy of Physics ?
==========
There is Classic Mechanic and Quantum Mechanic,
but there isn’t Philosophy of Physics. Why ?
=======.
1.
In thermodynamics particles are "mathematical points",
2.
In QT particles are "mathematical points",
3.
In SRT particles are points.
4.
In QED particles are points.
5.
The energy, impulse, linear and angular momentum in physics
is also a " mathematical point".
6.
Then one "mathematical point" ( particle) interacts with another
"mathematical point" (energy, impulse ..etc ) the physicists say:
" The Quantum theory and micro-world are paradoxical."
==========
Therefore I wrote :
Physics - Particle and its shadow Math Point.
Our Earth moves straight and rotates around itself.
Let us take an infinite small point and suggested
it also has these two kinds of movement.
What will be happen ?
1
An infinite small point moves straight and its trajectory
shows us a straight line ( SRT)
2
An infinite small point changes its straight direction
( for example near Sun) and its trajectory curves ( GRT)
3
An infinite small point can rotate around itself.(?!)
Here is hidden a puzzle.(!)
Stupid question:
Does anybody ever draw point in his life?
!!!
Take pen and make point.
What do you see ?
Point,- you say.
And I see point, which has geometrical form of circle ( c/d=pi=3,14).
And even the smallest point will have geometrical form of circle
And even an Infinite Smallest Point will have geometrical form of circle
4
The SRT talks about an infinite small point which moves
in the Emptiness.(!) Which geometrical form can have this point ?
The Third law of Thermodynamics says in the Emptiness (!)
( in the Cold Emptiness ) an infinite small point cannot have volume.
It means an infinite small point must have geometrical form of circle
5
According to SRT this circle – particle cannot be firm,
it must be elastic.(!)
6.
The Electron’s puzzles.
The electron is not a point.
It is forbidden to electron to be hard as a steel, it must be elastic.
The electron doesn't have really orbit . . .
It is a reason of a standing wave of fantastically high frequency.
It can be a corpuscular and a wave at the same time.
On the one hand, in interaction with aether all its parameters
becomes infinite, but on the other hand, it is the reason
of electromagnetic waves and a density in the aether.
The electron has a negative twin brother - positron.
#
1900, 1905
Planck and Einstein found the energy of electron: E=h*f.
1916
Sommerfeld found the formula of electron : e^2=ah*c,
it means: e = +ah*c and e = -ah*c.
1928
Dirac found two more formulas of electron’s energy:
+E=Mc^2 and -E=Mc^2.
Questions.
Why does electron have five ( 5 ) formulas ?
Why does electron obey four ( 4) Laws ?
a) The Law of conservation and transformation energy/ mass
b) The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle / Law
c) The Pauli Exclusion Principle/ Law
d) The Fermi-Dirac statistics
#
What is an electron ?
Now nobody knows .
In the internet we can read hundreds theories of electron.
For example.
More than ten different models of the electron are presented here. (!!!)
More than twenty models are discussed briefly. (!!!)
Thus, the book gives a complete picture of contemporary theoretical
thinking (traditional and new) about the physics of the electron.
/ The book "What is the Electron?"
Volodimir Simulik. Montreal, Canada. 2005. /
http://redshift.vif.com/BookBlurbs/Electron.htm
All of them are problematical.
So, why we call an electron a simple elementary
particle if it looks not very simple ?
We can read hundreds books and magazines about philosophy of physics.
But how can we trust them if we don’t have the real model of Electron ?
7.
In 1915 Einstein connected Mass with Geometry.
Maybe now, in 2010, somebody will try to understand the interaction
between an Infinite Small Particle and Geometry.
=====================.
P.S.
Let’s look at it another way –
In an Italian railway station.
It was more then two hours until the departure of the train.
I went to the café and ordered a cup of coffee. Soon two men
and a very beautiful, slim woman took a place opposite me.
They ordered something to drink and one of the man opened
a case of violin and took out a bow. He began to explain
something about the bow, carefully and gently touching it.
Then another man took this bow and also enthusiastically
continued this conversation. For half an hour the bow was passed
from one hands to another followed with enthusiastic discussion.
And the beautiful woman looked at bow, at both these men without
saying a word. For half an hour I watched this group with admiration
and excitement. What a class! What a cultural level!
What a beauty!
And now let's imagine the bow pressed into a "mathematical point"
and the musicians speak seriously about a "mathematical point"
which must produce a sound from a violin.
Everybody will say I describe an idiotic situation.
Well, I agree.
But why doesn't anybody say it to physicists when they observe
an elementary particle as a "mathematical point" , without paying
attention to its geometrical form.
#
If physicists think about a particle as a " mathematical point"
the result can be only paradoxical. And I am sure if somebody
takes into consideration the geometrical form of particle the
paradoxes in Physics will disappear.
We will have Philosophy of Physics.
#
When Feynman said "I think I can safely say that nobody
understands quantum mechanics." it was only because nobody took
into consideration the geometrical form of a particle.
=============================.
Best wishes.
Israel Sadovnik Socratus
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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby bfollinprm » Mon Mar 07, 2011 10:26 am

crazyrussianAI wrote:
Physics - Particle and its shadow Math Point.


Is that a threat?

crazyrussianAI wrote:And I am sure if somebody
takes into consideration the geometrical form of particle the
paradoxes in Physics will disappear.


At least you're sure.



What a sham. Went to the "official gear" section, and not a single proton pack for sale! How can I fight ghosts without a proton power pack?!

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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby twistor » Mon Mar 07, 2011 2:01 pm

bfollinprm wrote:
crazyrussianAI wrote:
Physics - Particle and its shadow Math Point.


Is that a threat?

crazyrussianAI wrote:And I am sure if somebody
takes into consideration the geometrical form of particle the
paradoxes in Physics will disappear.


At least you're sure.



What a sham. Went to the "official gear" section, and not a single proton pack for sale! How can I fight ghosts without a proton power pack?!


In lieu of that you could always buy this hilarious mug.

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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby bfollinprm » Mon Mar 07, 2011 3:13 pm

twistor wrote:


What a sham. Went to the "official gear" section, and not a single proton pack for sale! How can I fight ghosts without a proton power pack?!


In lieu of that you could always buy this hilarious mug.[/quote]

Good find. Also effective as ghost repellent, I'm sure.

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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby WhoaNonstop » Mon Mar 07, 2011 3:21 pm

socratus wrote:Israel Sadovnik Socratus


I was able to find his Youtube channel by searching his name. Let me steal one of the comment's off his channel:

"Another ill-informed, blathering slobberdonkey masquerading as someone with something to say.

Pfffft.... "

Ahh, it feels good not to have to generate an insult myself.

-Riley

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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby bfollinprm » Mon Mar 07, 2011 3:25 pm

WhoaNonstop wrote:
crazyrussianAI wrote:Israel Sadovnik Socratus


I was able to find his Youtube channel by searching his name. Let me steal one of the comment's off his channel:

"Another ill-informed, blathering slobberdonkey masquerading as someone with something to say.

Pfffft.... "

Ahh, it feels good not to have to generate an insult myself.

-Riley


It has learned how to manufacture videos? It must be stopped!!

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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby socratus » Tue Mar 08, 2011 1:16 am

WhoaNonstop wrote:
socratus wrote:Israel Sadovnik Socratus


I was able to find his Youtube channel by searching his name. Let me steal one of the comment's off his channel:

"Another ill-informed, blathering slobberdonkey masquerading as someone with something to say.

Pfffft.... "

Ahh, it feels good not to have to generate an insult myself.

-Riley


The situation.
The God spoke in the darkness: “Let there be light !”
. . . . . . . .
And the God said in the darkness:
Let there be light: and there was light.
So, we must examine three conceptions: God, darkness and light.
1
In the darkness it means in the spacetime of dark mass/ energy.
The spacetime of dark mass/ energy it means in the Vacuum.
The Vacuum is the Infinite/ Eternal Homogeneous Space
of the lowest ( the background ) level of Energy: E= 0.
The Vacuum is the Infinite/ Eternal Homogeneous Space
of the lowest ( the background ) level of temperature: T= 0K.
2.
The God is hidden into the Infinite/ Eternal Homogeneous
Energy Space and we don’t know that to say about Him/ Her/ It.
But we know, that according to Quantum Physics a virtual
energetic particles can exist in this Infinite/ Eternal
Homogeneous Energy Space.
So, we can suppose that, maybe, from these virtual energetic
particles the God created light/ quantum of light.
3.
So, in the beginning God created the Light.
How did He do it?
The Bible explain us that the God created the light very easy.
God simply said: ‘Let there be light: and there was light.’
And for many years everybody adopted this convincing proof
without any doubt.
Only poor Einstein had doubts. He wrote sadly :
‘ All these fifty years of conscious brooding have brought me
no nearer to the answer to the question, 'What are light quanta?'
Nowadays every Tom, Dick and Harry thinks he knows it,
but he is mistaken. ‘
But Tom, Dick and Harry laughed.
‘What cannot the old Jew understand?’ they said bewilder.
‘ Isn’t clear that quantum of light is a simply wave-particle,
of course, simultaneously ?’
. . . . .
And now one part of mankind ( Religious part ) believes that
God created the light in very easy way.
And the other part of mankind ( Scientific part ) believes that
the light is the quantum of light which simply has his own
wave-particle abilities, of course, simultaneously.

These two great Mystical beliefs govern on the planet Earth
without understand each other. This is situation that we have now.
===============================.

Best wishes.
Israel Sadovnik Socratus
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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby midwestphysics » Tue Mar 08, 2011 3:33 am

A complete void of scientific knowledge coupled with some broken a** English, yep that's the winning combination that gets people to take you seriously on a site dedicated to physics. Keep it up buddy, you're almost there.

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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby socratus » Tue Mar 08, 2011 5:30 am

midwestphysics wrote:A complete void of scientific knowledge coupled with
some broken a** English, yep that's the winning combination
that gets people to take you seriously on a site dedicated
to physics. Keep it up buddy, you're almost there.


A complete void of scientific knowledge + some broken a** English =
= gets people to take you seriously ! !
/ midwestphysics /
? ? ! !
I cannot understand this logic.
It sounds like:
I believe because it is absurd.
/ Tertullian. (ca.160 – ca.220 AD) /

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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby midwestphysics » Tue Mar 08, 2011 6:02 am

socratus wrote:
midwestphysics wrote:A complete void of scientific knowledge coupled with
some broken a** English, yep that's the winning combination
that gets people to take you seriously on a site dedicated
to physics. Keep it up buddy, you're almost there.


A complete void of scientific knowledge + some broken a** English =
= gets people to take you seriously ! !
/ midwestphysics /
? ? ! !
I cannot understand this logic.
It sounds like:
I believe because it is absurd.
/ Tertullian. (ca.160 – ca.220 AD) /


You just keep the examples coming don't you. From your post I can see you're too dumb to even understand simple sarcasm, and therefore entirely too dumb to be making scientific claims on the issue of God. I can also completely understand why my logic evades you, and that's because obviously logic is not something you're very familiar with. :lol: . I'd venture to say that your grasp of English, or more specifically English composition, is far better than your grasp of logic which leaves us where? Yeah, I’d guess we’re not too far from a pile of incoherent bull****.

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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby bfollinprm » Tue Mar 08, 2011 7:14 am

midwestphysics wrote:
crazyrussianAI wrote:
midwestphysics wrote:A complete void of scientific knowledge coupled with
some broken a** English, yep that's the winning combination
that gets people to take you seriously on a site dedicated
to physics. Keep it up buddy, you're almost there.


A complete void of scientific knowledge + some broken a** English =
= gets people to take you seriously ! !
/ midwestphysics /
? ? ! !
I cannot understand this logic.
It sounds like:
I believe because it is absurd.
/ Tertullian. (ca.160 – ca.220 AD) /


You just keep the examples coming don't you. From your post I can see you're too dumb to even understand simple sarcasm, and therefore entirely too dumb to be making scientific claims on the issue of God. I can also completely understand why my logic evades you, and that's because obviously logic is not something you're very familiar with. :lol: . I'd venture to say that your grasp of English, or more specifically English composition, is far better than your grasp of logic which leaves us where? Yeah, I’d guess we’re not too far from a pile of incoherent bull****.


Seriously guys, can't you tell this is an AI just screaming for guidance and help in making sense of his new-found sentience and self-awareness? Of course he doesn't understand sarcasm! Give him a break!

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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby twistor » Tue Mar 08, 2011 12:33 pm

The situation.


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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby midwestphysics » Tue Mar 08, 2011 6:53 pm

Forgot to tag the quote
Does anybody ever draw point in his life?

I'd be satisfied if you just clearly and coherently made one already. Until then, enjoy Carlton.

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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby twistor » Tue Mar 08, 2011 7:02 pm

... ummmm...context?

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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby HappyQuark » Tue Mar 08, 2011 11:26 pm

socratus wrote:
WhoaNonstop wrote:
socratus wrote:Israel Sadovnik Socratus


I was able to find his Youtube channel by searching his name. Let me steal one of the comment's off his channel:

"Another ill-informed, blathering slobberdonkey masquerading as someone with something to say.

Pfffft.... "

Ahh, it feels good not to have to generate an insult myself.

-Riley


The situation.
The God spoke in the darkness: “Let there be light !”
. . . . . . . .
And the God said in the darkness:
Let there be light: and there was light.
So, we must examine three conceptions: God, darkness and light.
1
In the darkness it means in the spacetime of dark mass/ energy.
The spacetime of dark mass/ energy it means in the Vacuum.
The Vacuum is the Infinite/ Eternal Homogeneous Space
of the lowest ( the background ) level of Energy: E= 0.
The Vacuum is the Infinite/ Eternal Homogeneous Space
of the lowest ( the background ) level of temperature: T= 0K.
2.
The God is hidden into the Infinite/ Eternal Homogeneous
Energy Space and we don’t know that to say about Him/ Her/ It.
But we know, that according to Quantum Physics a virtual
energetic particles can exist in this Infinite/ Eternal
Homogeneous Energy Space.
So, we can suppose that, maybe, from these virtual energetic
particles the God created light/ quantum of light.
3.
So, in the beginning God created the Light.
How did He do it?
The Bible explain us that the God created the light very easy.
God simply said: ‘Let there be light: and there was light.’
And for many years everybody adopted this convincing proof
without any doubt.
Only poor Einstein had doubts. He wrote sadly :
‘ All these fifty years of conscious brooding have brought me
no nearer to the answer to the question, 'What are light quanta?'
Nowadays every Tom, Dick and Harry thinks he knows it,
but he is mistaken. ‘
But Tom, Dick and Harry laughed.
‘What cannot the old Jew understand?’ they said bewilder.
‘ Isn’t clear that quantum of light is a simply wave-particle,
of course, simultaneously ?’
. . . . .
And now one part of mankind ( Religious part ) believes that
God created the light in very easy way.
And the other part of mankind ( Scientific part ) believes that
the light is the quantum of light which simply has his own
wave-particle abilities, of course, simultaneously.

These two great Mystical beliefs govern on the planet Earth
without understand each other. This is situation that we have now.
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Best wishes.
Israel Sadovnik Socratus
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I read what you wrote and then this happened

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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby midwestphysics » Wed Mar 09, 2011 6:44 am

Infinite Smallest

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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby socratus » Sun May 22, 2011 11:02 am

Unified Field Theory
/ By Tim Joseph /


In the beginning there was Aristotle,
And objects at rest tended to remain at rest,
And objects in motion tended to come to rest,
And soon everything was at rest,
And God saw that it was boring.

Then God created Newton,
And objects at rest tended to remain at rest,
But objects in motion tended to remain in motion,
And energy was conserved and momentum
was conserved and matter was conserved,
And God saw that it was conservative.

Then God created Einstein,
And everything was relative,
And fast things became short,
And straight things became curved,
And the universe was filled with inertial frames,
And God saw that it was relatively general,
but some of it was especially relative.

Then God created Bohr,
And there was the principle,
And the principle was quantum,
And all things were quantified,
But some things were still relative,
And God saw that it was confusing.

Then God was going to create Furgeson,
And Furgeson would have unified,
And he would have fielded a theory,
And all would have been one,
But it was the seventh day,
And God rested,
And objects at rest tend to remain at rest.

http://www.randomjoke.com/funny/fieldtheory.php
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Re: God as a Scientist: Ten Scientific Commandments.

Postby socratus » Thu Aug 18, 2011 5:34 am

About creators of God
#
Everybody creates his God according to his own image and spirit
If triangles made a God they would give him three sides
/ Charles de Montesquieu . Persian Letters, 1721 /
#
If physicists made a God they would give him
concrete physical parameters
/ Israel Sadovnik Socratus /
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