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Re: About God, Life And Death (2)

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on November 22, 2000 13:22:33 UTC

There has been lots of god but not much science on this forum as of late. So I would like to add some science in on the subject of no time.

Science predicts, or more specifically, the General Theory of Relativity predicts that there are regions, physical regions, in our universe where there is no time- at least not the kind of time we experience. In these regions of space, time ceases to be invisible, and instead is a spatial coordinate. So if you have the ability to move along that spatial coordinate, then you can see further into the past or further into the future.

If we put scripture and science together, can we suppose that that is where god resides, in the region where time is a spatial coordinate. And if so, does that make science into a religion.

And can anyone tell me the well known name of that region of space?

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