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Topic: Action-Reaction: The Atheists VS The Religious
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J. Antonio Perez M.

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Re: Action-Reaction: The Atheists VS The Religious
Posted: Dec 7, 2012 8:07 PM
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On Friday, December 7, 2012 10:44:59 PM UTC+2, jdawe wrote:
> Alright, I want to have a quick word about atheism and religion, first
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> I just want to repost something I said earlier this week in reply to
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> someone any case anybody missed it because it provides good foundation
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> for understanding: The Atheists VS The Religious.
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> On Dec 6, 7:29 pm, jdawe <mrjd...@gmail.com> wrote:
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> > On Dec 6, 6:03 am, "DonH" <donlhumphr...@bigpond.com> wrote:
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> > In a Static universe (as compared to our Dynamic one), where nothing
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> > changed, it would have Duration, but would it have Time - if Time is defined
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> > as measurement of Duration?
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> Look at the hands of an old clock rotating around they represent your
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> dynamic universe.
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> Now, take a pen and draw a micro 'point' right in the center of the
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> clock.
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> This is your static universe.
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> Our dynamic universe revolves around this static universe.
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> The micro point has 0 dimensions therefore impossible to tell the time
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> on the clock!
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> Ever wondered why there is no zero written on a clockface? Only 1 -
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> 12 ?
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> Static - Variable
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> Centrepoint - Circumference
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> Zero - NonZero
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> The Circumference can only have variable non-zero values.
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> The Centrepoint is static and always equals 0.
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> The Centrepoint on a clock is where the zero is located!
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> It's a good place in the centre. Absolutely safe. Eye of the storm.
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> Change is chaos and dynamically revolves around this eye.
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> I suppose you can imagine the centrepoint as being a heavenly place.
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> And everything revolving around as being hell.
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> heaven - hell
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> Too bad we are all located in the dynamic revolving hell part of the
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> universe and not the centrepoint heaven!
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> 0 time also implies Instantaneous travel.
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> Forget circumference lightspeed because at the centrepoint you get
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> Godspeed!
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> Okay, so now looking at:
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> Atheist Vs Religious
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> An atheist has ZERO belief in a God. This value is a constant, if they
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> change and have just a little bit of belief then they no longer are an
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> atheist.
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> This is in contrast to the religious who have a variable degree of
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> belief. Some believe more than others but they all believe to a
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> certain extent.
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> So, whilst an atheist disbelief is a constant value, the beliefs of
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> the religious are a variable degree relative to absolute disbelief.
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> Atheist - Religious
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> Constant - Variable
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> Absolute - Relative
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> Zero - Nonzero
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> Centrepoint - Perimeter
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> Ok, now using the clock visualisation.
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> The centrepoint of the clock is the only place that has absolute ZERO
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> beliefs.
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> Atheist = Constant = Absolute = Zero = Centrepoint
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> Static - Dynamic
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> Linear - Curvature
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> Rest - Motion
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> Death - Life
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> Because Life = Dynamic = Curved = Motion it can NEVER reach the
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> centrepoint it keeps rotating around that point. It would need to have
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> a 0 degree curve to make it in there.
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> Zero - Nonzero
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> Linear - Curvature
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> Impossible - Possible
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> Heaven - Hell
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> God - Devil
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> In - Out
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> Centrepoint - Perimeter
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> Because we are all located OUT around the dynamically rotating HELL
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> part of the universe and not IN the static centrepoint HEAVEN we ALL
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> have some degree of belief about that CENTREPOINT.
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> Innocent - Guilty
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> Constant - Variable
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> Yes, we are all guilty to a varying degree. We are all guilty devils.
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> You are only absolutely innocent if you are located in the
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> centrepoint.
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> Love - Hate
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> Atheist - Religious
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> Disbelief - Belief
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> Safe - Dangerous
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> Centrepoint - Perimeter
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> It is absolutely safe at the centrepoint. Safe from the Religious
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> hatred that revolves are it.
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> This is in contrast to the centrepoint which is PASSIVE because it
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> doesn't ACTIVELY preach hate means it sits still in absolute love.
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> Passive - Active
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> Atheist - Religious
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> So,
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> Atheist = Passive.
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> Religious = Active.
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> Don't be fooled by people ACTIVELY claiming to be atheists. They are
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> claiming to be GOD. Only at the centrepoint can there be PASSIVE
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> ABSOLUTE DISBELIEF 0 constant.
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> Illusion - Reality
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> Centrepoint - Perimeter
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> The centrepoint is just an illusion however we all dream and have our
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> beliefs of what it would be like to make it to the centre. It would be
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> Absolute Heaven where everything would be perfect.


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