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Subject:314 thanks but one question...!
Email Comment from Gerry to Vas
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
I am glad to have come to your proof of God's existence by mathematics.
I wish you can also come to a scientific proof of God without bringing in mathematics, because I and many people do not know much of mathematics, except simple things like rate of interest in bank savings or time deposits.
Then also certainly God must have other scientific proofs of His existence, like this simple proof, to be offered by God to simple people:
1. God will say, tomorrow at 9:15 a.m. to your watch, say hahaha, and drops of rain will fall on your head,
2. Say it 20 times and drops of rain will fall 20 times.
3. So tomorrow I say at 9:15 a.m. to my watch, hahaha, and drops of rain will fall on my head.
4. Wherefore I have proven to myself that God really exists, and can tell others about it.
5. They also ask God for another sign, simple yet scientific, and God will comply.
6. Thus the whole of mankind will turn to God.
I know God exists, on reasoning, but the God father of Jesus Christ, that on faith, of course.
Vas Reply To Gerry
Wednesday, May 19, 2010
My proof of the existence of God was discovered by accident. I had no intention of proving the existence of God. I observed some oddities in pi. As I discovered more oddities, too many to be accidental and randomness could not account for this. These oddities led me to the conclusion that God exists. More:
Gerry, Why not ask God something useful such as for the cure for all diseases! I am sure people that have faith have already asked for the cure of all diseases and yet we have diseases. Why not ask Him to make sure that no more babies be born with deformities?
“Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able?
Then he is not omnipotent.
Is he able, but not willing?
Then he is malevolent.
Is he both able and willing?
Then whence cometh evil?
Is he neither able nor willing?
Then why call him God?”
Epicurus quote - BC 341-270
We are atheists.
I am atheist to all the 1000 Gods except one.
My God only plays games with constants.
So far that is all I know of Him.
Other powers may be inferred.
There may be attributes yet to be discovered.
But obviously I call Him God because He can numerate pi not because of His moral character.
Christians are atheists to all Gods other than the Christian God.
Muslims are atheists to all Gods other than Allah.
Go down the list to all existing religions and their respective deities
They have no evidence that the other Gods exist but have complete faith that their one God does exist.
And atheists are atheistic to all 1000 Gods.
Subject: Self-Referential Statements
Email Comment from Christopher Beck to Vas
Friday, August 6, 2010
Your self-referential sentences inspired me to write some of my own. They are near the top of the WORDS page of my website (see below). You are welcome to use them if you wish.
I stumbled upon your website looking for those awesome SA articles on self-reference. Your site look like a lot of fun. I will check it out more later.
I love weird word stuff, too.
Perhaps you would like to join my fictitious organization:
SNAP (Stop Needless Acronym Proliferation.)
Many years ago a coworker said to me, "Was that what that was?", and I answered, "Was what what what was?" It was a truly odd sentence, symmetrical, too, and it actually made sense.
Anyway, you are welcome to peruse my overly-autibiographical, and occasionally amusing (I hope) website. It's: http://www.b2e2c2k.com