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0 + 0 = Huh, What... I Will Explain

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Posted by Robert Garfinkle on March 3, 2003 06:44:01 UTC

I always believed that the "Beginning" was simple, and I also believe that the possibility exists that our logical existence could have been born out of illogic or an illogical event.

0 + 0 = 1, to me, is representative/symbolic of illogical to logical events/happenings.

I am no scientist, nor am I theologian, but I feel that I, like anyone else, regardless of educational capacity/experience, have an equal shot-out-of-the-box when it comes to answering the BIG QUESTION. The big question being "Where Did We Come From, Or What Was The Beginning?"

One day, many years ago, I, probably like anyone else, thought about where we came from. Well, I tried to make sense of a few thoughts I had about the "Beginning". What was it like? If GOD exists, what did GOD see? What was the universe like (Back Then)? As a matter of fact, a bigger thougt ran through my mind. If GOD does exist (and I believe GOD does), then, what gave birth to GOD?

We all have a start/beginning. Where was it, and when?

Maybe this post or set of posts should be in the GOD and Science forum only. I have posted it there and with no response. Yet, another forum, unrelated to this forum set, did respond with over 85 posts. Some ripped my post to shreds, and then some responses favored some thoughts of mine.

Thinking outside the box.

Do we actually have headway as to where/when the beginning was? Do we? I was once told that the writings I put together which included the equation 0 + 0 = 1 should never be released publicly. It would be the end of mankind, the end of life period. Well, I don't know about that crazyness. But with a bit of paranoia on my side I have just put out bits and pieces of it.

So I ask...

What was right before the first measurable second of time?

Can you imagine a moment where there was such a thing as "No Temperature". Not Absolute Zero, just "No Temperature". Could it be possible? Well my thoughts lead me to believe that "No Temperature" is illogical. It can't happen in a logic state. Which means it has to be able to happen in an illogical state.

On that note. Could it be possible to have a moment without time? That to me is also illogical.

What makes me believe that an illogical set can exist is the following.

I have the most difficult time believing that the universe has always existed. To me that is illogical. I would think that it had to begin somewhere. That is why this particular forum, like others, exist. So, if people believe, that the universe has always existed (Like GOD has), then I have to pay equal respects to other events that would be construde as illogical too.

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