Friday, May 28, 2010

How God Creates

Infinite similarity or absolute homogeneity is logically impossible and thus truly empty space cannot ever exist anywhere at any time in any amount.

Trying to explain "how God works" is what people have been trying to figure out for thousands of years. When someone figures it out, they seldom shout it out, but rather choose to hide it because they don't want others to know. "Information is power" - almost.

If you ask how anything works, you might get an explanation. But then from that explanation, you can ask again how each part of the explanation works. From that, you can ask again, and again.

Eventually you begin to see that you are really asking how everything works even though you only started with one thing, because down at the very bottom of it all, you find principles that apply to everything, not merely the one thing you were asking about.

But still pursuing, you finally come across a principle of how things work that seems to have no explanation. It "just is". That is where most brilliant men stop. How much more do you really need to know?

You can ask why does gravity work. Science, currently won't tell you except to say, "it just does" but that is not to say that there really isn't any explanation. It just means that there is a limit to rational questioning of how and why.

I could answer your question with, "God works by creating distinction", but without showing you the entire road map as to how that action creates all else, how would you believe me or even really understand what I meant.

You might just ask, "But how does God create distinction?" But the answer to that one isn't really a "how", rather more of a "why is there distinction", because distinction doesn't get created so much as redistributed, like energy that cannot be created or destroyed, but rather merely changed in form. So from where did it come?

The Mathematics
The mathematical probability of a truly empty volume of space of any size at all, is zero. Empty space cannot ever exist anywhere at any time.

For something to exist only requires that there be distinction between points. In fact, it is distinction that makes them points. But how could any 2 points be infinitely identical? How could all points within a volume of space be infinitely identical? They can’t.

Infinity is an interesting concept. No matter how infinitely close in comparison something might be to something else, there is always still another infinite potential distinction to examine. In effect, no 2 points can ever be infinitely identical in any way because infinity can never be reached by anything in any way.

From this thought, we can deduce that at no time has the universe ever been a nothingness, nor can it ever become a nothingness. The universe could never have begun nor can it ever end.

Distinction and energy both "come from" the same source - logical necessity (i.e. “God”).

Logical necessity is not the same as rational necessity wherein something has a purpose that necessitates something so as to serve the purpose. Logical necessity refers to how/why it is that a big box cannot fit inside a small box. It is a matter of definitions.

Logical necessity is a matter of defining/identifying one thing in regards to another and thus making distinction. In so doing, a man "creates truth". Truth is not reality, but rather a mental model of reality. When the model in the mind matches the reality, it is called “truth”. So you really have the physical reality and the mental truth, both being created by making distinction. In the physical sense, the universe gets created. In the mental sense, a mind gets created.

Distinction - why is it that a thing cannot also be what it isn't?

Because it "just is" - "I am that I am" (or more properly "It is what it is").

Relative Sizing
If one focuses on even an infinitely small distinction and then creates all else relative to that size, the initial distinction will be significant and thus no longer infinitely small. Size is relative. Is a mountain big or small? Relative to you, it is big, but relative to a galaxy, it is minuscule. You will never really be able to see the atoms of which you are made because relative to you, they are minuscule.

All creation is made from minuscule distinction that can never be absent. It can never be absent because of logical/mathematical necessity, “God”. The universe never began, but merely changes form.


  1. Is "God" in the Universe or is the Universe in "God"?

  2. God is the Universe.

  3. To make a distinction is to set up an axiomatic system, that is, you've defined a difference between one thing and another, like 1 = 1 but 1 =/ 2, and by logical inference (+ Godel's theorem), any such system can never be both complete and consistent, by virtue of always having a statement that cannot be proven true/false without making another statement, which itself must be proven by another statement, ad infinitum. If the author identifies logical necessity as equivalent to God, then God is limited to only the axiomatic system of distinctions, and God is therefore not complete and consistent.

  4. First Law of Thermodynamics states that energy cannot be created or destroyed.

    Second Law states entropy will tend to increase (disorder, infinite states) over time “approaching” the maximum value of equilibrium (God).

    Third Law states as temperature “approaches” absolute zero, the entropy of a system “approaches” a constant minimum (God).

    Then came the “Zero” Law If two (God and Man) thermodynamic systems are each in thermal equilibrium (God) with a third (the universe), then they are in thermal equilibrium with each other. The net effect is Zero, “God”.

    The universe is an isolated system. Nothing can enter and nothing can leave.

    God created mankind in his own image, the image being the universe. The “singular” (singularity) energy. Not created, not destroyed.

    Put God in the center of the universe, he is the kinetic for “All” energy, all things in “every” “state”.

    Pull from the center as a “spring” “big bang” and now you have the potential energy for “everything”.

    All things can be explained with God.

    On the first day God created (big bang) the heavens and the earth (the universe) and he saw that it was good. Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness over the deep and God said let there be light.

    The Big Bang Theory is the leading explanation about how the universe began (created). At its simplest, it talks about the universe as we know it starting with a small singularity (God), then inflating over the next 13.8 billion years to the cosmos that we know today.

    The first second, and the birth of light

    In the first second after the universe began, the surrounding temperature was about 10 billion degrees Fahrenheit (5.5 billion Celsius), according to NASA. The cosmos contained a vast array of fundamental particles such as neutrons, electrons and protons. These decayed or combined as the universe got cooler.

    This early soup would have been impossible to look at, because light could not carry inside of it. "The free electrons would have caused light (photons) to scatter the way sunlight scatters from the water droplets in clouds," NASA stated. Over time, however, the free electrons met up with nuclei and created neutral atoms. This allowed light to shine through about 380,000 years after the Big Bang.

    Science is just an explanation of how God created the heavens and the earth.

    Need I go on.