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Posted by Tim on May 29, 2003 02:38:26 UTC

Kyle,

i especially liked the "grand incubator" part.
the scenerio gives a purpose to the universe. it all takes a long time though doesn't it. well, Rome wasn't built in a day as is said. this perspective does provide an idea of how we measure up with respect to some godlike being.
with universe after universe having to come into being and all of the physics on a cosmic scale not to mention the micro state of the quantum scale being involved in this "birthing" of finally something godlike.
so i wonder what this scenerio might mean to us now. each of us i believe senses in their own life a rather miraculous enigma taking place. i guess it all adds up to making the whole idea just that much more dramatic and awe inspiring.
something i think that is missing in your post are the actual attributes such godlike creatures might possess other than a nearly omnipotent ability to manipulate physics. also one wonders if at some point the meta-consciousness might become so adept at physics that the whole "birthing" process might be skipped via some shortcut process of who knows what.
well i've rambled enough, again your post was most remarkable.

regards tim

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