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Posted by Harvey on October 16, 2002 20:57:40 UTC

Hello Cerpico,

***But if space exists then so must time . and if God exists then God can only occupy all of the above and no less nor no more.***

Not necessarily. God might be a logical entity versus a physical one.

***And if truth exists then there can only be one truth else there would be no
truth at all.***

I'm not so easily convinced. There could exist a group of truths in U11 that are not true in U12 (and likewise, truths in U12 may not be true in U12). You would think that there would be universal truths that are true for all Ux universes, but that is so far beyond our experience that we cannot even talk logically about it. For example, we might be in the U2 universe (not a bad Irish bad, I might add), and our 'logic' in U2 might not be applicable for other Ux universes.

***The argument can be made Therefore, that if a single truth exists then so does God. This places the basic "laws" of our universe into perspective. Mankind merely has trouble in defining a God due mankinds' natural tendency to be finite. Hence our dilimma and hence our many strifes in the name of ....***

I agree.

Warm regards, Harv

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