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Signal To Noise Ratio

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Posted by zendog on March 25, 2000 18:07:54 UTC

Ah yes, signal to noise ratio. Billy, if I understand this, based on my own experiences, of course, the God signal would be found in all religions, christian, buddhist, taoist, hindu, islamic, judaism, and on. The noise would be encountered from the beginning of each religion. Didn`t Jesus curse a fig tree while in a more ego state of mind rather than unconditional love of God perspective, thus presenting noise to the signal?
Don`t Taoists today worship statues? Christians too? Especially like in Greek Orthodox where they kiss them.
Signal to noise ratio. So wouldn`t the conscious void before any creation be the pure signal? And the original word-tone and the harmonic overtones be more signals manifesting into creation with entropy providing noise.
Signal to noise ratio would explain the fragmenting religions. Why else would we have things like multiple transltions of any holy book or more than one christian church or islamic church, or why have any other than just God if we could all tune into the pure signal.
Seems like we need better vocabulary before we can begin to agree. How about math?

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