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Re: All things don't come to an end, they convert.
- To: Patrick G Konshak
- Subject: Re: All things don't come to an end, they convert.
- From: Robert L. Vaessen
- Date: Sat, 9 Mar 2002 07:49:45 -0700
- Cc: Robert Garrity ,
- In-reply-to: <20020307.101156.-3852757.2.>
You're making some good points. I agree that we can't destroy or
create matter/energy. However, I still stick to my 'Probability
Matrix' model. All things that exist/are occurring, will
exist/ever occur, and have ever existed/occurred, simultaneously
coexist within a static, unchanging, now. Nothing becomes, was,
or transitions. It all just IS. Our consciousness makes
connections between these nodes, and we are only able to
experience these connections in a limited sequential manner. We
call this sequencing of nodes 'Time'.
To us it seems like one event logically follows another, obeying
the laws of physics. I like the Star Trek analogy, and do agree
that probability nodes affect each other, but only in the
context of my previous statement. Our consciousness makes these
connections... (see above). As I said in an earlier email: "I
have explained that there are a limited number of nodes (events)
on any given probability path. The number of possible nodes
(events) in any given probability path is limited by other
physical constraints (laws of physics (Gravity, laws of
thermodynamics, conservation of energy, etc...)." These
limitations apply to our consciousness, and our ability to move
from one node to another.
Your statement "one probability node's end is another
probability node's beginning" is an accurate depiction of what I
described as a probability tree. You have multiple branches on
any probability tree. A common node is a starting point for
numerous paths. I still don't believe that there are infinite
nodes, or infinite probabilities. Just that there is a very
large number of nodes/probabilities. Our consciousness
(collectively as all of mankind) is only capable of making a
limited number of nodal connections in the probability matrix.
So now we're on the subject of where did these nodes come from?
Is there anything/one outside this matrix? I don't know. This is
the point where scientists become religious. Know one really
knows the answers to some questions. Who/what decided how big
the matrix is, what's in the matrix, and what are the rules
governing our consciousness? Why do we exist at all? How did our
consciousness get into this matrix?
I bought a book recently; 'God & the new physics'. I don't
expect to find any answers to these questions, but I'm hoping
that it will help me understand some of these interesting
questions. Unfortunately, I'm going to have to wait some time
before I can read it. I'm bogged down in this management course.
Learning about leadership, team building, the profession of
arms, communication, etc..
On Thursday, March 7, 2002, at 11:11 , Patrick G Konshak wrote:
Nothing ever really comes to an end. You can't destroy or create
matter/energy. Only convert it from one form to another. So "one
probability node's end is another probability node's
point to consider is that each probability node though illustrated as
separate events, they are tied together. That is: one probability node
(one branch) effects the out come of another branch. I seen this
illustrated on Star Trek Voyager were someone was trying to change time
back it it's original state. Every little change he made had effects on
other events around the Galaxy. He could not change one node (branch)
with out changing the others.
Now if you can't create or destroy matter/energy (as we know it). Is
there a beginning or an end to matter/energy, or is it that word
Infinite? If matter/energy is not Infinite, how dose nothing create
something? If you say something create matter/energy, like God, then
your talking about conversion again (that is: it came from
and we start over. Is God Infinite, or was he created?