God as One

Discussion in 'Religion' started by Fork, Sep 16, 2013.

  1. (Q) Encephaloid Martini Valued Senior Member

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    Reality is it's own authority, I have no authority over reality. Reality does not support your fantasies and delusions.

    I have not said anything regarding the complexity of reality, your statement is therefore pointless.
     
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  3. Fork Banned Banned

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    It's not delusion or fantasy. I have witnessed and experienced the existence of God and it was during those experiences that weird abnormal stuff happened. Such as mind affecting reality.



    Okay. But you appeared to believe that since there is no God reality must be simple and easy to comprehend. After all, you comprehended it.
     
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  5. (Q) Encephaloid Martini Valued Senior Member

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    Yes, and you can seek professional help for those mental disorders.

    It is not simple and easy to comprehend, it takes hard work and rigor to do that, which is why you believers fail miserably at trying to comprehend, you have your noses buried so deep in your religious books, you have no clue what reality is all about.
     
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  7. Fork Banned Banned

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    Okay there buddy. If you say so.

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  8. Fork Banned Banned

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    The M=R principle, a tautological theoretical property that dissolves the distinction between theory and universe and thus identifies the universe as a self-reifying theory; makes the syntax of this theory comprehensive by ensuring that nothing which can be cognitively and perceptually recognized as part of reality is excluded for want of syntax.


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    Most theories begin with axioms, hypothesis and rules of inference, extract implications, logically or empirically test these implications, and then add or revise axioms, theories or hypothesis. The CTMU does the opposite, stripping away assumptions and then "rebuilding reality" while adding no assumptions back.

    https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B3vctQ-22dJDckE0a3lCa1FqZTg/edit?pli=1, page 15.

    That God is One.
     
  9. (Q) Encephaloid Martini Valued Senior Member

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    Word salad.

    And, that is why the CTMU is pure crap.
     
  10. Fork Banned Banned

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    Q,

    You appear to be living in a fantasy world, get out.
     
  11. (Q) Encephaloid Martini Valued Senior Member

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    So, reality is a fantasy world for you? I'm not in the least surprised, actually.
     
  12. Fork Banned Banned

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    Ahahahahaha. Reality is just fine by me thanks. God exists as much a part of it as does evil and everything in between. You can deny this all you want. Doesn't change it from being fact.
     
  13. (Q) Encephaloid Martini Valued Senior Member

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    It is not a matter of denying anything. It is as obvious as the nose on your face (if you have one) your God has never shown His existence, if He did, we would all know it. That is the actual fact. Lying about would only serve to show how dishonest you are.
     
  14. Fork Banned Banned

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    Of course God shows His existence. We can even see It. He is one with us.
     
  15. Seattle Valued Senior Member

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    What color is God's throne that you speak of?
     
  16. Fork Banned Banned

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    Real.
     
  17. (Q) Encephaloid Martini Valued Senior Member

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    I'm curious, what compels you to lie about that?
     
  18. wegs Matter & Pixie Dust Valued Senior Member

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    Fork, do you follow a form of Christianity? That is typically where I've heard believers speak about God having a 'throne,' or being likened to a 'king.'
     
  19. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    Moderator note: Fork has left the building. Apparently it turned out that he was a sock puppet of a permanently-banned user.
     
  20. Son Banned Banned

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    JamesR, with all due respect, it's unfair. Do you recall giving me a second chance? You said I could get another chance when I asked you under the name "Brainiac", do you recall? Then I created the account "Fork" in May of this year on the condition that I post clear and communicable material and I have not let you down. Check my first post under the name "Brainiac". Can you please unban my "Fork" account and allow me to continue posting? I won't disappoint you by posting nonsense. Can we stick to this agreement?
     
  21. James R Just this guy, you know? Staff Member

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    Son/Fork:

    I have searched my PMs back to May and can't find any record of any communication there with you. It is possible that I made some kind of comment in a thread somewhere, but which one I can't recall (got a link?).

    I did not ban your "Fork" account. I haven't been around a lot lately, so I have to trust the other moderators who have been keeping an eye on things. Clearly, somebody decided that you deserved your most recent ban. Besides, you have been permanently banned from here under at least 10 different user names. If there was a second chance, it looks like you probably used it.

    As for nonsense posts, I'm not very confident that you're able to distinguish between nonsense and posts that make sense.

    I won't ban this latest account at this point, but another moderator might. It may well depend on your posts from this point forward (but then again, a permanent ban is supposed to be just that - permanent).
     

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