Thesis Statements

Statement 1: Mathematical (and equivalently, logical) truth is immutable, infinite and eternal.

Implications: No God (or any other being of any kind) is required to create mathematical truth. Likewise, no God (or any other being of any kind) can create or alter mathematical truth in any way.

Statement 2: The mathematical nature of consciousness is such that consciousness “spontaneously” exists or arises, without any other “cause” than its own mathematical nature.

Implications: No God (or any other being of any kind) is required to create consciousness. Likewise, because it is the mathematical nature of consciousness itself which is the “cause” of consciousness, no God (or any other being of any kind) has the ability to create consciousness.

Statement 3: Physical reality arises due to the hedonic operation of consciousness, according to the mathematical nature of consciousness.

Implications: No God (or any other being of any kind) is required to create physical reality. Likewise, because it is the hedonic operation of consciousness itself, according to the mathematical nature of consciousness, which is the “cause” of physical reality, no God (or any other being of any kind) has the ability to create physical reality. Physical beings, however, do have the ability to interact with and manipulate physical reality, within the limits of the mathematical nature of physical reality, as determined by the hedonic operation of consciousness (which in turn is determined by the mathematical nature of consciousness).

If the reader can grasp and understand Statement 1 and its Implications, then his or her mind may be able to grasp the enlightenment this writing offers.

Statements 2 and 3, and their Implications, will be further detailed throughout this writing. The reader who fully grasps these will have a greater enlightenment regarding the cause and nature of reality itself than any theist or any simplistic atheist. Such a reader may then be properly identified as a “matheist.”

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6 Replies to “AE-DOC: scion-einsteins-god”

    1. I’ve heard about this. The mass/energy at any given point in space or time is subject to a degree of uncertainty. Even empty space is not really completely empty, because if it were then its mass/energy would be exactly zero. Instead, it always has to be some uncertain, but non-zero amount. This is the source of virtual particles. Their existence is precisely the manifestation of this uncertainty.

      Why this uncertainty exists in the first place is another matter. I think this is a mystery in modern physics, but based on this book, it seems that it could have something to do with the hedonic response of scions. I’m speculating here, but maybe their activity creates some underlying fluctuation which is the source of quantum uncertainty.

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