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Posted by Phillip Martin on February 14, 2003 02:30:37 UTC

Could axions be a form of local intelligence, for use in compact systems like the human brains, leaving photons for larger, more basic intelligence, like reality? I am not sure what axions are, however. I won't make any more wild guesses until I am sure about what you are saying, so please explain that and tell me more. I am interested in 'local' conciousness - '(more general)' conciousness discussion. I, personally, like the idea. It is the first idea I have been able to comprehend which I believe that God can be a part of the universe. Although, God, in this idea, is explained differently than any other explaination I have heard. In how I currently understand it, the idea of the universe as God's conciousness means that God has an absolute and ever-present affect on everything happening at all times. In other views, like how I have heard God explained about by some Christian friends of mine, it seems that God is a supreme conciousness and has complete control over everything, but is not existence. He only has power over this tangable reality, but is a part of another reality. Well, thats what I gathered from them, anyway.


Phillip Martin

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