A Being That Syntactically Self-distributes Itself

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    God

    Langan has described God as the global processor of the whole of reality, as the Primary Teleological Operator, the primary telor-syntactor, Global Operator-Definor, the SCSPL Global Operator-Designer, and as ultimately being identified with unbound telesis.

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    Thus, while we are transparent to the global syntax of the global conscious agency "God", we cannot see everything that God can see. Whereas God perceives one total act of creation in a parallel distributed fashion, with everything in perfect superposition, we are localized in spacetime and perceive reality only in a succession of locally creative moments. This parallelism has powerful implications. When a human being dies, his entire history remains embedded in the timeless level of consciousness...the Deic level. In that sense, he or she is preserved by virtue of his or her "soul". And since the universe is a self-refining entity, that which is teleologically valid in the informational construct called "you" may be locally re-injected or redistributed in spacetime. In principle, this could be a recombinative process, with the essences of many people combining in a set of local injections or "reincarnations" (this could lead to strange effects...e.g., a single person remembering simultaneous "past lifetimes").

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    [video=youtube;Sau1VHBIk-0]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sau1VHBIk-0[/video]

    Genius.
     
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    This isn't a blog.
     
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    Lol. Ok.
     
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    One total act of creation. That's what God perceives.
     
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    I am going to discuss more on free will.
     
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    In the CTMU free will is known as self-determinacy.
     
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    Free will is reality.
     
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    I agree with what I feel the message of this writing is sending. That God is the all encompassing Is'ness of reality, in itself. Not a physical being or "man in the sky" but the whole to the pi. As far as minds go, we each carry one, just as all computers are separate yet connected, so is the mind.

    We can explain the same thing in millions of different manners, and still have no idea were actually in agreement. But if we first see each other with the eyes of understanding intention, we will eventually realize the initial.
     
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    Define "perceive" and the mechanism used. Please stay with known definitions of "perception".

    And finally, what does a conscious and intentional god do with that information?
     
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    Please do. I'd like to further understand your perspective of such

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    And what causes your Free Will decisions? Are your Free Will decisions independent of the natural laws of Cause and Effect?
     
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    To become aware of, know, or identify by means of the senses.
    -dictionary.com

    Learn.
     
  17. Write4U Valued Senior Member

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    What senses? Enlighten me.
     
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    Not physical.
     
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    What is a non physical sense? Do you understand how the senses work? Sensory information being translated into electro chemical signals which are categorized and then retranslated by the brain into a holographic type cohesion of an image, or sound, or smell, or touch, allowing the mirror neural network to respond emotionally?

    Does the universe have this ability and is the universe capable of acting on an emotion?

    If not then Khalil Gibran had it right by saying "all knowledge is vain save when there is work". In that case the universe become nothing more that a data system, recording past events in specific spacetime coordinates.

    I believe this can be demonstrated by the glass of milk to which a drop of red die is added and then slowly stirred in an even manner. The result is that the drop of die in the milk begins to lengthen into an ever thinner stripe until it is no longer visible. Then when we reverse the process, after awhile the red die becomes visible again as a stripe which gets thicker and shorter, until we end up with a single drop of die, exactly the same as in the original state.
    This might be called memory, but it is a mechanical reversal of a function and must work in accordance with strict mathematics, without any sentience being required or useful.
     
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    I don't know. But God's senses are realistic and supernatural.
     
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    What are your thoughts to my last post just above? Thank you.
     
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    That statement makes no sense whatever, how can you assert with any certainty that God's senses are realistic and supernatural if you admit you don't know.

    You will need to give me an example of God's real and supernatural senses before anyone can attempt to translate your question into a scientifically realistic and natural function, even in a metaphysically sense.
     
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    I mean't that I did not know what a non-physical sense is. So if you were to ask me to give you a definition of a non-physical sense I would be at a loss. But I can deduce what God's senses must be like based on what I know about God and God alone. For example, I know that God is a mind capable of viewing all of reality in one parallel act of creation, hence He must see. So His senses are real and supernatural or beyond anything we are familiar with.
     

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