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Energy "created" God

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Posted by Clerk on March 12, 2004 19:43:59 UTC

As I wrote above, according to scientists the net energy in the universe is and always was zero. So the creator just rearranged the energy.

However, as you point out another possibility is that "energy "created" God ". That is, the universe came to be for natural causes that are not intelligent. But at certain points in the universe on selected planets, evolution produced intelligent life and the intelligence persisted after death. After all dark matter and dark energy is 99% of the universe. Who knows what happens there.

So on the planets with the highest level of radiation for mutation purposes, evolution happened much faster than on on our planet. So for billions of years before our planet produced intelligent life, lifeforms on other planets may have become intelligent and pass into dark matter where they continued to evolve. Since dark matter pervades our entire galaxy, these intelligent lifeforms, or should I say deadforms, came to influence intelligent lifeforms on other planets.

We naturally called them gods and believed them when they said they created the entire universe. They still had egos. Soon our planet was contributing our own lifeforms to dark matter, further reinforcing the intelligence that might reside in that medium.

Our lifeforms come from the energy of the sun plus some evolutionary processes. So it is very possible that energy produced gods, at least entities that we perceive as god, and who in their ego call themselves god.

J

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