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3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality.
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3/31/2016 8:12:04 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality. : :

Do not be deceived by what you observe or hear in the world you're in. Once you understand how you were created, then you will realize what light is.
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3/31/2016 8:13:38 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality.

The Earth is very significant.

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3/31/2016 8:13:47 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 8:12:04 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality. : :

Do not be deceived by what you observe or hear in the world you're in. Once you understand how you were created, then you will realize what light is.

A particle wave.
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3/31/2016 8:16:14 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 8:13:47 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:12:04 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality. : :

Do not be deceived by what you observe or hear in the world you're in. Once you understand how you were created, then you will realize what light is.

A particle wave. : :

Close but not close enough. Waves have to be processed into something you believe in. Once you see a visible object within your consciousness, then it's believable.
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3/31/2016 8:19:23 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 8:16:14 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:13:47 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:12:04 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality. : :

Do not be deceived by what you observe or hear in the world you're in. Once you understand how you were created, then you will realize what light is.

A particle wave. : :

Close but not close enough. Waves have to be processed into something you believe in. Once you see a visible object within your consciousness, then it's believable.

What's going on? You're getting very metaphysical on us. Have you had a revelation? Or just reading too much about quantum mechanics?
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3/31/2016 8:20:35 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 8:12:04 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality. : :

Do not be deceived by what you observe or hear in the world you're in. Once you understand how you were created, then you will realize what light is.

I was created when my mother's egg was fertilized by my father's sperm. I know how I was created. It's logical to make conclusions based on known reality as opposed to speculating on unknown external factors.
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3/31/2016 8:21:22 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 8:16:14 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:13:47 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:12:04 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality. : :

Do not be deceived by what you observe or hear in the world you're in. Once you understand how you were created, then you will realize what light is.

A particle wave. : :

Close but not close enough. Waves have to be processed into something you believe in. Once you see a visible object within your consciousness, then it's believable.

Light emitted by stars 13.1 billion years ago is being detected on earth now. My consciousness will not affect that light one little bit, phoney.
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3/31/2016 8:28:42 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 8:19:23 PM, janesix wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:16:14 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:13:47 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:12:04 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality. : :

Do not be deceived by what you observe or hear in the world you're in. Once you understand how you were created, then you will realize what light is.

A particle wave. : :

Close but not close enough. Waves have to be processed into something you believe in. Once you see a visible object within your consciousness, then it's believable.

What's going on? You're getting very metaphysical on us. Have you had a revelation? Or just reading too much about quantum mechanics? : :

Most people don't understand everything they observe. When they read the name "bulpoof", then think it's someone else named "bulproof".

I thought by using a name similar to an old friend here in DDO that I could strike up a good conversation about how man can be easily deceived by what he observes.

How are doing Christine?
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3/31/2016 8:29:54 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 8:20:35 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:12:04 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality. : :

Do not be deceived by what you observe or hear in the world you're in. Once you understand how you were created, then you will realize what light is.

I was created when my mother's egg was fertilized by my father's sperm. I know how I was created. It's logical to make conclusions based on known reality as opposed to speculating on unknown external factors. : :

When you awaken in Paradise in your two new bodies, you won't be born of a womb because there won't be any.
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3/31/2016 8:31:23 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 8:29:54 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:20:35 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:12:04 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality. : :

Do not be deceived by what you observe or hear in the world you're in. Once you understand how you were created, then you will realize what light is.

I was created when my mother's egg was fertilized by my father's sperm. I know how I was created. It's logical to make conclusions based on known reality as opposed to speculating on unknown external factors. : :

When you awaken in Paradise in your two new bodies, you won't be born of a womb because there won't be any.

Once again, got any citations for this gibberish, phoney?
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3/31/2016 8:31:26 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 8:21:22 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:16:14 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:13:47 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:12:04 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality. : :

Do not be deceived by what you observe or hear in the world you're in. Once you understand how you were created, then you will realize what light is.

A particle wave. : :

Close but not close enough. Waves have to be processed into something you believe in. Once you see a visible object within your consciousness, then it's believable.

Light emitted by stars 13.1 billion years ago is being detected on earth now. My consciousness will not affect that light one little bit, phoney. : :

You can only believe what astrophysicists try tell you. I believe everything that comes into my consciousness from the Voice of God.
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3/31/2016 8:32:21 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 8:31:26 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:21:22 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:16:14 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:13:47 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:12:04 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality. : :

Do not be deceived by what you observe or hear in the world you're in. Once you understand how you were created, then you will realize what light is.

A particle wave. : :

Close but not close enough. Waves have to be processed into something you believe in. Once you see a visible object within your consciousness, then it's believable.

Light emitted by stars 13.1 billion years ago is being detected on earth now. My consciousness will not affect that light one little bit, phoney. : :

You can only believe what astrophysicists try tell you. I believe everything that comes into my consciousness from the Voice of God.

You hearing "voices", phoney?
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3/31/2016 8:38:32 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 8:31:23 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:29:54 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:20:35 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:12:04 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality. : :

Do not be deceived by what you observe or hear in the world you're in. Once you understand how you were created, then you will realize what light is.

I was created when my mother's egg was fertilized by my father's sperm. I know how I was created. It's logical to make conclusions based on known reality as opposed to speculating on unknown external factors. : :

When you awaken in Paradise in your two new bodies, you won't be born of a womb because there won't be any.

Once again, got any citations for this gibberish, phoney? : :

I don't need to cite anything but the words that are given to me by the voice of God. If you don't believe those words, there is nothing I can do to help you believe them.
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3/31/2016 8:40:37 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 8:32:21 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:31:26 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:21:22 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:16:14 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:13:47 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:12:04 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality. : :

Do not be deceived by what you observe or hear in the world you're in. Once you understand how you were created, then you will realize what light is.

A particle wave. : :

Close but not close enough. Waves have to be processed into something you believe in. Once you see a visible object within your consciousness, then it's believable.

Light emitted by stars 13.1 billion years ago is being detected on earth now. My consciousness will not affect that light one little bit, phoney. : :

You can only believe what astrophysicists try tell you. I believe everything that comes into my consciousness from the Voice of God.

You hearing "voices", phoney? : :

Sometimes I've witnessed visions, dreams, visible objects, plans to build things with, musical notes to play on my guitar, and direct spoken words in my mind.

Now I'm being used to speak directly from the voice of God.
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3/31/2016 8:42:19 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 8:40:37 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:32:21 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:31:26 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:21:22 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:16:14 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:13:47 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:12:04 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality. : :

Do not be deceived by what you observe or hear in the world you're in. Once you understand how you were created, then you will realize what light is.

A particle wave. : :

Close but not close enough. Waves have to be processed into something you believe in. Once you see a visible object within your consciousness, then it's believable.

Light emitted by stars 13.1 billion years ago is being detected on earth now. My consciousness will not affect that light one little bit, phoney. : :

You can only believe what astrophysicists try tell you. I believe everything that comes into my consciousness from the Voice of God.

You hearing "voices", phoney? : :

Sometimes I've witnessed visions, dreams, visible objects, plans to build things with, musical notes to play on my guitar, and direct spoken words in my mind.

Now I'm being used to speak directly from the voice of God.

I am sure you hear her all the time, phoney.
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3/31/2016 8:47:11 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 8:42:19 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:40:37 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:32:21 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:31:26 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:21:22 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:16:14 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:13:47 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:12:04 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality. : :

Do not be deceived by what you observe or hear in the world you're in. Once you understand how you were created, then you will realize what light is.

A particle wave. : :

Close but not close enough. Waves have to be processed into something you believe in. Once you see a visible object within your consciousness, then it's believable.

Light emitted by stars 13.1 billion years ago is being detected on earth now. My consciousness will not affect that light one little bit, phoney. : :

You can only believe what astrophysicists try tell you. I believe everything that comes into my consciousness from the Voice of God.

You hearing "voices", phoney? : :

Sometimes I've witnessed visions, dreams, visible objects, plans to build things with, musical notes to play on my guitar, and direct spoken words in my mind.

Now I'm being used to speak directly from the voice of God.

I am sure you hear her all the time, phoney. : :

The Voice of God is very strong and bold. It doesn't sound like a feminine voice at all. That could be the reason God used visible men to speak the Voice of God to his believers. It would sound funny if it was a female voice.
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3/31/2016 8:48:20 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 8:47:11 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:42:19 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:40:37 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:32:21 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:31:26 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:21:22 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:16:14 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:13:47 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:12:04 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality. : :

Do not be deceived by what you observe or hear in the world you're in. Once you understand how you were created, then you will realize what light is.

A particle wave. : :

Close but not close enough. Waves have to be processed into something you believe in. Once you see a visible object within your consciousness, then it's believable.

Light emitted by stars 13.1 billion years ago is being detected on earth now. My consciousness will not affect that light one little bit, phoney. : :

You can only believe what astrophysicists try tell you. I believe everything that comes into my consciousness from the Voice of God.

You hearing "voices", phoney? : :

Sometimes I've witnessed visions, dreams, visible objects, plans to build things with, musical notes to play on my guitar, and direct spoken words in my mind.

Now I'm being used to speak directly from the voice of God.

I am sure you hear her all the time, phoney. : :

The Voice of God is very strong and bold. It doesn't sound like a feminine voice at all. That could be the reason God used visible men to speak the Voice of God to his believers. It would sound funny if it was a female voice.

you hear this blokes voice inside your head, phoney?
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3/31/2016 8:48:52 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 8:28:42 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:19:23 PM, janesix wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:16:14 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:13:47 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:12:04 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality. : :

Do not be deceived by what you observe or hear in the world you're in. Once you understand how you were created, then you will realize what light is.

A particle wave. : :

Close but not close enough. Waves have to be processed into something you believe in. Once you see a visible object within your consciousness, then it's believable.

What's going on? You're getting very metaphysical on us. Have you had a revelation? Or just reading too much about quantum mechanics? : :

Most people don't understand everything they observe. When they read the name "bulpoof", then think it's someone else named "bulproof".

I thought by using a name similar to an old friend here in DDO that I could strike up a good conversation about how man can be easily deceived by what he observes.

How are doing Christine?

You admit God is a deceiver, yet you trust his words in your head?
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3/31/2016 8:54:14 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 8:40:37 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:32:21 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:31:26 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:21:22 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:16:14 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:13:47 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:12:04 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality. : :

Do not be deceived by what you observe or hear in the world you're in. Once you understand how you were created, then you will realize what light is.

A particle wave. : :

Close but not close enough. Waves have to be processed into something you believe in. Once you see a visible object within your consciousness, then it's believable.

Light emitted by stars 13.1 billion years ago is being detected on earth now. My consciousness will not affect that light one little bit, phoney. : :

You can only believe what astrophysicists try tell you. I believe everything that comes into my consciousness from the Voice of God.

You hearing "voices", phoney? : :

Sometimes I've witnessed visions, dreams, visible objects, plans to build things with, musical notes to play on my guitar, and direct spoken words in my mind.

Now I'm being used to speak directly from the voice of God.

Hello, BoG! I hope all is going well in your life.
This thread is like eavesdropping on a conversation in a mental asylum. - Bulproof

You can call your invisible friends whatever you like. - Desmac

What the hell kind of coked up sideshow has this thread turned into. - Casten
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3/31/2016 8:56:31 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 8:29:54 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:20:35 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:12:04 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality. : :

Do not be deceived by what you observe or hear in the world you're in. Once you understand how you were created, then you will realize what light is.

I was created when my mother's egg was fertilized by my father's sperm. I know how I was created. It's logical to make conclusions based on known reality as opposed to speculating on unknown external factors. : :

When you awaken in Paradise in your two new bodies, you won't be born of a womb because there won't be any.

I won't awaken in paradise. It's a myth.
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3/31/2016 9:02:46 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 8:48:52 PM, janesix wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:28:42 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:19:23 PM, janesix wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:16:14 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:13:47 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:12:04 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality. : :

Do not be deceived by what you observe or hear in the world you're in. Once you understand how you were created, then you will realize what light is.

A particle wave. : :

Close but not close enough. Waves have to be processed into something you believe in. Once you see a visible object within your consciousness, then it's believable.

What's going on? You're getting very metaphysical on us. Have you had a revelation? Or just reading too much about quantum mechanics? : :

Most people don't understand everything they observe. When they read the name "bulpoof", then think it's someone else named "bulproof".

I thought by using a name similar to an old friend here in DDO that I could strike up a good conversation about how man can be easily deceived by what he observes.

How are doing Christine?

You admit God is a deceiver, yet you trust his words in your head? : :

You have to understand the different kinds of information that is processed in our consciousness. Some information was meant to give us a visible world to live in that appears to be real. This is called Satan. We perceive good and evil in this world which will end when your body dies.

The other set of information is called the Beast. This information is what was used to teach men how to build things with their human hands until we built the modern computer technology which God needed to use to teach me exactly how he created his simulation program that we're living in.

The other set of information is the information that was revealed to me and the other saints of the past about how we were created and how this first generation of people will be destroyed to end the first part of the program. This first age was only meant to teach us who we are and where we came from. This is the set of knowledge that has taught me about the future and how we'll experience life that is radically different than what we're perceiving as real today.

When someone speaks to me, I instantly know what information is deceiving them or the information that was revealed to me this past several years that taught me everything that God wanted me to know. He wanted me to know who I am, how he created everything, the Beast and how it influenced man to build things with his human hands, the future end of this first age and how we'll experience life in the new age ( New heaven and earth ).

Now I totally understand what the Voice of God is and how it was used to deliver information into our consciousness to give us a world to observe and experience with our other created senses. We will have many new worlds to explore in the future that are beyond our imaginations of today. We can imagine many new worlds by all the various cinema movies we watch or the books we have read but we have a lot more coming in the future.
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3/31/2016 9:07:02 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 9:02:46 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:48:52 PM, janesix wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:28:42 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:19:23 PM, janesix wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:16:14 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:13:47 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:12:04 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality. : :

Do not be deceived by what you observe or hear in the world you're in. Once you understand how you were created, then you will realize what light is.

A particle wave. : :

Close but not close enough. Waves have to be processed into something you believe in. Once you see a visible object within your consciousness, then it's believable.

What's going on? You're getting very metaphysical on us. Have you had a revelation? Or just reading too much about quantum mechanics? : :

Most people don't understand everything they observe. When they read the name "bulpoof", then think it's someone else named "bulproof".

I thought by using a name similar to an old friend here in DDO that I could strike up a good conversation about how man can be easily deceived by what he observes.

How are doing Christine?

You admit God is a deceiver, yet you trust his words in your head? : :

You have to understand the different kinds of information that is processed in our consciousness. Some information was meant to give us a visible world to live in that appears to be real. This is called Satan. We perceive good and evil in this world which will end when your body dies.

The other set of information is called the Beast. This information is what was used to teach men how to build things with their human hands until we built the modern computer technology which God needed to use to teach me exactly how he created his simulation program that we're living in.

The other set of information is the information that was revealed to me and the other saints of the past about how we were created and how this first generation of people will be destroyed to end the first part of the program. This first age was only meant to teach us who we are and where we came from. This is the set of knowledge that has taught me about the future and how we'll experience life that is radically different than what we're perceiving as real today.

When someone speaks to me, I instantly know what information is deceiving them or the information that was revealed to me this past several years that taught me everything that God wanted me to know. He wanted me to know who I am, how he created everything, the Beast and how it influenced man to build things with his human hands, the future end of this first age and how we'll experience life in the new age ( New heaven and earth ).

Now I totally understand what the Voice of God is and how it was used to deliver information into our consciousness to give us a world to observe and experience with our other created senses. We will have many new worlds to explore in the future that are beyond our imaginations of today. We can imagine many new worlds by all the various cinema movies we watch or the books we have read but we have a lot more coming in the future.

That all makes as much sense as you pretending to be Bullproof, phoney.
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3/31/2016 9:11:18 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 8:54:14 PM, Skepticalone wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:40:37 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:32:21 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:31:26 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:21:22 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:16:14 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:13:47 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:12:04 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality. : :

Do not be deceived by what you observe or hear in the world you're in. Once you understand how you were created, then you will realize what light is.

A particle wave. : :

Close but not close enough. Waves have to be processed into something you believe in. Once you see a visible object within your consciousness, then it's believable.

Light emitted by stars 13.1 billion years ago is being detected on earth now. My consciousness will not affect that light one little bit, phoney. : :

You can only believe what astrophysicists try tell you. I believe everything that comes into my consciousness from the Voice of God.

You hearing "voices", phoney? : :

Sometimes I've witnessed visions, dreams, visible objects, plans to build things with, musical notes to play on my guitar, and direct spoken words in my mind.

Now I'm being used to speak directly from the voice of God.

Hello, BoG! I hope all is going well in your life. : :

It's going great my friend. I've been learning some awesome finger picking on my guitar lately. I should have a whole new sound soon. However, the knowledge of God that I share on the internet is a whole different experience. Most people hate the Truth but I've met several people who are interested in learning how our Creator could speak us into existence through His Voice. Once I tell them the Voice of God is similar to IBM's Watson, they seem to get it.
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3/31/2016 9:15:13 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 8:56:31 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:29:54 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:20:35 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:12:04 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality. : :

Do not be deceived by what you observe or hear in the world you're in. Once you understand how you were created, then you will realize what light is.

I was created when my mother's egg was fertilized by my father's sperm. I know how I was created. It's logical to make conclusions based on known reality as opposed to speculating on unknown external factors. : :

When you awaken in Paradise in your two new bodies, you won't be born of a womb because there won't be any.

I won't awaken in paradise. It's a myth. : :

When you awaken in your new bodies in Paradise, you won't remember your experiences in the world you're in now. However, you will remain self aware, which is your consciousness that was created to go on forever. That consciousness with get new information fed into it from the Voice of God and then you'll start experiencing a completely new world but with a perfect companion of the opposite sex.
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3/31/2016 9:16:28 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 9:11:18 PM, bulpoof wrote:

Now I'm being used to speak directly from the voice of God.

Hello, BoG! I hope all is going well in your life. : :

It's going great my friend. I've been learning some awesome finger picking on my guitar lately. I should have a whole new sound soon.

That's excellent, Brad! Maybe you will post a video showcasing your new skills.

However, the knowledge of God that I share on the internet is a whole different experience. Most people hate the Truth but I've met several people who are interested in learning how our Creator could speak us into existence through His Voice. Once I tell them the Voice of God is similar to IBM's Watson, they seem to get it.

Good luck with that!! ;-)
This thread is like eavesdropping on a conversation in a mental asylum. - Bulproof

You can call your invisible friends whatever you like. - Desmac

What the hell kind of coked up sideshow has this thread turned into. - Casten
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3/31/2016 9:17:49 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 9:15:13 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:56:31 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:29:54 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:20:35 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:12:04 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality. : :

Do not be deceived by what you observe or hear in the world you're in. Once you understand how you were created, then you will realize what light is.

I was created when my mother's egg was fertilized by my father's sperm. I know how I was created. It's logical to make conclusions based on known reality as opposed to speculating on unknown external factors. : :

When you awaken in Paradise in your two new bodies, you won't be born of a womb because there won't be any.

I won't awaken in paradise. It's a myth. : :

When you awaken in your new bodies in Paradise, you won't remember your experiences in the world you're in now. However, you will remain self aware, which is your consciousness that was created to go on forever. That consciousness with get new information fed into it from the Voice of God and then you'll start experiencing a completely new world but with a perfect companion of the opposite sex.

Does God explain to you why he uses multiples of 27 to create the universe?
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3/31/2016 9:19:24 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 9:07:02 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 9:02:46 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:48:52 PM, janesix wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:28:42 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:19:23 PM, janesix wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:16:14 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:13:47 PM, desmac wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:12:04 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality. : :

Do not be deceived by what you observe or hear in the world you're in. Once you understand how you were created, then you will realize what light is.

A particle wave. : :

Close but not close enough. Waves have to be processed into something you believe in. Once you see a visible object within your consciousness, then it's believable.

What's going on? You're getting very metaphysical on us. Have you had a revelation? Or just reading too much about quantum mechanics? : :

Most people don't understand everything they observe. When they read the name "bulpoof", then think it's someone else named "bulproof".

I thought by using a name similar to an old friend here in DDO that I could strike up a good conversation about how man can be easily deceived by what he observes.

How are doing Christine?

You admit God is a deceiver, yet you trust his words in your head? : :

You have to understand the different kinds of information that is processed in our consciousness. Some information was meant to give us a visible world to live in that appears to be real. This is called Satan. We perceive good and evil in this world which will end when your body dies.

The other set of information is called the Beast. This information is what was used to teach men how to build things with their human hands until we built the modern computer technology which God needed to use to teach me exactly how he created his simulation program that we're living in.

The other set of information is the information that was revealed to me and the other saints of the past about how we were created and how this first generation of people will be destroyed to end the first part of the program. This first age was only meant to teach us who we are and where we came from. This is the set of knowledge that has taught me about the future and how we'll experience life that is radically different than what we're perceiving as real today.

When someone speaks to me, I instantly know what information is deceiving them or the information that was revealed to me this past several years that taught me everything that God wanted me to know. He wanted me to know who I am, how he created everything, the Beast and how it influenced man to build things with his human hands, the future end of this first age and how we'll experience life in the new age ( New heaven and earth ).

Now I totally understand what the Voice of God is and how it was used to deliver information into our consciousness to give us a world to observe and experience with our other created senses. We will have many new worlds to explore in the future that are beyond our imaginations of today. We can imagine many new worlds by all the various cinema movies we watch or the books we have read but we have a lot more coming in the future.

That all makes as much sense as you pretending to be Bullproof, phoney. : :

You have a mental block in your consciousness that won't allow you to comprehend the information I share directly from the Voice of God.
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3/31/2016 9:26:02 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 9:16:28 PM, Skepticalone wrote:
At 3/31/2016 9:11:18 PM, bulpoof wrote:

Now I'm being used to speak directly from the voice of God.

Hello, BoG! I hope all is going well in your life. : :

It's going great my friend. I've been learning some awesome finger picking on my guitar lately. I should have a whole new sound soon.

That's excellent, Brad! Maybe you will post a video showcasing your new skills.

When I get settled in Spain again, I will do some recording. Right now I don't have a place to get a good recording or a quality microphone to capture the tones. I've been living with my son and his wife with two small grandchildren who want my attention most of the time. They went to the park today so I'm in this forum quite heavily until I get banned again. LOL !!!!

However, the knowledge of God that I share on the internet is a whole different experience. Most people hate the Truth but I've met several people who are interested in learning how our Creator could speak us into existence through His Voice. Once I tell them the Voice of God is similar to IBM's Watson, they seem to get it.

Good luck with that!! ;-) : :

It isn't luck my friend. It's destiny but thanks for the encouragement anyway.
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3/31/2016 9:29:10 PM
Posted: 8 months ago
At 3/31/2016 9:17:49 PM, janesix wrote:
At 3/31/2016 9:15:13 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:56:31 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:29:54 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:20:35 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:12:04 PM, bulpoof wrote:
At 3/31/2016 8:04:18 PM, Chloe8 wrote:
Everyone is familiar with how fast light travels. In our everyday world we don"t consider it as anything but instantaneous. When we see something happening 1000 feet away, we assume we are seeing what is happening at that instant, but if a hammer strike occurs, we are aware that there is a one-second delay in hearing the sound from that distance.

So, if someone had flashed a light beam at one end of the Milky Way galaxy and aimed at the Earth at the instant of Jesus"s death on the cross, how far would that light have traveled by now? The answer is not even far enough to reach the Earth. In fact, it would only have traveled about 1/12 of the way so far, meaning it will not reach the Earth until the year 24,000 AD. This, despite the fact it is traveling at 186,000 miles per second (per second- not per hour), or fast enough to circumnavigate the Earth at the equator about 7 times every second.

If the Milky Way is too large to fathom, then consider the Andromeda galaxy which is predicted to collide with the Milky Way in about 4 billion years. It is about twice as wide as the Milky Way- approximately 220,000 light years across.

When we consider the world of Judeo-Christianity in this setting, it is like focusing on a single water molecule in the Pacific Ocean and considering that molecule to be all that matters. The following is a quote from Ignots Pistachio:

In the world of religion, the gods always appear tiny compared to the universe of science. The Judeo-Christian war-god resembles a crude, jealous, hormone driven entity, very much in the image of the Bronze-Age people who created him, whereas science reveals the grander and solemnity of an immense universe, far beyond the comprehension of monotheists and their flat, dimensionless world. And if the quantum theorists prove correct, even a creation god universe pails in comparison to the multi-universes created by unintelligent chance within the sub-atomic structure of spacetime.

Our discovery of the immensity of the universe has resulted in the diminution of the Middle East-focused god of Christianity. It has opened our eyes to understand that the limited knowledge of our ancestors should no longer confine our view of reality. : :

Do not be deceived by what you observe or hear in the world you're in. Once you understand how you were created, then you will realize what light is.

I was created when my mother's egg was fertilized by my father's sperm. I know how I was created. It's logical to make conclusions based on known reality as opposed to speculating on unknown external factors. : :

When you awaken in Paradise in your two new bodies, you won't be born of a womb because there won't be any.

I won't awaken in paradise. It's a myth. : :

When you awaken in your new bodies in Paradise, you won't remember your experiences in the world you're in now. However, you will remain self aware, which is your consciousness that was created to go on forever. That consciousness with get new information fed into it from the Voice of God and then you'll start experiencing a completely new world but with a perfect companion of the opposite sex.

Does God explain to you why he uses multiples of 27 to create the universe? : :

He didn't need to use mathematics to help me understand how He created us through Is Voice. He gave man mathematics to measure the visible objects until all the visible objects became nothing but illusions. Now that I totally understand how we're created from the processing of invisible information, there's no need for me to play with numbers. However, it's very interesting to me how He used mathematics to help some of His people see the world in a much different way.