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Re: Absolute Infinity, Truth, And God

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Posted by bzrd on February 5, 2000 23:42:19 UTC

: : : Can God's existence be proved from the idea of absolute infinity? Truth is absolutely infinite. This can be deduced from the statement "Truth exists" which now exists as an idea in my mind. Thus the idea that truth exists exists, and the idea that the idea that truth exists exists exists also, and so on ad infinitum without end.

: : !* "Absolute infinity" can only be related to truth by the understanding of its fiction. The only true absolute is the void which has the ability to manifest in a stable mathematical dance which is the fundamental tone of the universe... commonly refered to in religions as the Word or the Name. The defining of the universe from the original vacuume into the sustaining dance which limits harmonic overtones does not allow for "absolute infinity". A harmonic sequence unlimited by the harmonic dance does dissipate into infinity and thus is lost to heat through entropy. Therefore "absolute infinity" could best be defined as entropy, which is only increasing disorder leading to chaos.

: Ben: Work's for me. I like caos.

bzrd here: Then is this not contrary to the formation of life from inert matter? Which would seem to indicate complexity increases over time.

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