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RE: Does God Have Emotions?

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on June 29, 2000 17:34:23 UTC

Smolin`s theory is that there are many universes all following more or less the same physical laws.
But these universes lie in separate space-times, maybe connected maybe not. Each universe was born out of a black hole.

Theory from the Shri Bagavatam says, by my interpretation, that god is the consciousness of the unified field or waves that exists within the singularity of the black hole. That consciousness is transmitted to each of the universes that separate off from the black hole. The separation process is most likely a collapse of these quantum waves into physical reality.

Each universe then creates many black holes, or in a sense lessor gods, that are separate from us. When any of these black holes absorb sufficient mass to become supermassive(this is using a word to hid ignorance- often done in science as well as religion- cause we don`t know how much mass) it will begin spawning baby universes and be the god of those universes. The Hotemtot tribe of Africa have a poem that says this.

Perhaps the destiny of our souls is to develop to the point where we can attain the ultimate bliss of the unified field in the black hole of our galaxy. But who knows. At this point anything goes.

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