# Can we define god?

Discussion in 'Religion' started by chaos1956, Nov 19, 2010.

1. ### ULTRARealistically SurrealRegistered Senior Member

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Cheers Chaos, Yeah It sucks plenty - but I'm so dumb I got straight back on - even with pins and plates intact. Ho-hum. Addiction is a bad thing..

If there is a God, I definately owe him one 'cos I've got both my arms pinned and plated with titanium now..

Some say God is love - but love sucks. I'd rather take my bike and dog, build a nice fire and a roasted chichen and a bottle of bourbon..sorted.

3. ### DywyddyrPenguinaciously duckalicious.Valued Senior Member

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So, one more time: how does your definition of "god" differ from your definition of "human"?

No. Your front brakes take most of the weight of the bike as you stop, they only collapse if they're badly designed/ built.

5. ### chaos1956BannedBanned

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Your welcome. A good drink does sound rather nice. I've got some mexican egg nog type liquor that is actually pretty decent.

7. ### chaos1956BannedBanned

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... answer to all questions present... "we are all god in our own ways". If you poorly design front brakes you play an evil game with lives.

God has more fun in his life than your definition of human as present in his wishes

8. ### spidergoatValued Senior Member

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Saying that everything is God is a meaningless statement. If God is just the natural world, then why use the word God, which is so misleading?

9. ### DywyddyrPenguinaciously duckalicious.Valued Senior Member

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So (for at least the third time):
how does your definition of "god" differ from your definition of "human"?

That would be why front brakes don't collapse then.

I didn't define human in that thread. Keep trying.

10. ### chaos1956BannedBanned

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This space reserved for a "particular" individual

********Difference between God and Human- The Level of Free Will as well as Free Thought.***********

The light to our collective "immortality".http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=69EHLSnWKNQ&feature=player_embedded

There a perfectly good definition. "One" individual should follow the last statements of going forth as he reminds me of my ex girlfriend, "always" skeptic. How fast does the universe multiply? The faster we get on with this the less time we spend playing with our ding aling.

11. ### DywyddyrPenguinaciously duckalicious.Valued Senior Member

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That happens to be YOUR post. How does that relate to your claim that I defined human in that thread?

So you're claiming you aren't human, and neither is anyone else.
So what, exactly, is "human" according to you?

Exactly what "level" of "free will" and "free thought" does a human have?
How do you measure it?

12. ### EmilValued Senior Member

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chaos1956,
I can not define God!
Can you define God?
Before you comment, can you to give a yes or no?

13. ### chaos1956BannedBanned

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Never claimed you you defined anything.

When did i say I wasn't human?

Measured by extended branches of psychology. Different levels of insanity that the world faces today like bipolar disorder, skizophrenia, ADD, Tourettes, and just plain psycho. The "mind" god is crazy and he likes drugs apparently, But it is important to determine what makes you this way on an individual basis. There is no such thing as insanity without cause at the present time Freud.

14. ### chaos1956BannedBanned

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Yes to both statements. Light on elements?

15. ### ULTRARealistically SurrealRegistered Senior Member

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My brakes didn't collapse - I just plain made a mistake. Costly and painful mistake.

If God gave mankind freewill, what was mankind doing in the 1.99 million years before God? Even my dog has freewill, he doesn't have do do anything special to get it - he likes it here. He could run off - but he doesn't want to. He is probably freer than I am.

16. ### DywyddyrPenguinaciously duckalicious.Valued Senior Member

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False:
Post 24.

Here:
Post 1. And you went on in a later post to differentiate between human and god. Ergo, if you're a god - as is, according to you, everyone - then neither you nor anyone else is human.

Really? Except you've also claimed that I'm god:
Post 1 again.

In other words you haven't got a clue.

Coming from someone who claimed "there's no such thing as crazy" you're now defining all of those as "insanity"?

More inanity...

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17. ### ULTRARealistically SurrealRegistered Senior Member

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Actually us psycho's aren't classically mad. We know what we're doing, we just don't care.
(actually I'm a sociopath, but near enough) Though I rarely get an episode these days thanks to the wonders of modern drugs.

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Thanks,

19. ### ULTRARealistically SurrealRegistered Senior Member

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God is all that was and all that will be;
Is all you can, and can't be;
Is all you wish, and all you dread;
Is the sum of all he creates.

God is love and loves' loss;
Is all life and all death;
Is the wanting and the giving;
Is the sum of all we create.

There you go, a little philposopical ditty to get things going..

20. ### DywyddyrPenguinaciously duckalicious.Valued Senior Member

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So, uh, god is reality?
And nothing else?

21. ### chaos1956BannedBanned

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Your only going to hear me say this once. $M$ is for matter. $\sqrt{0}$ is for God. $m$ is for mass. and .66(6) is for $Q$

$\sum_{M \rightarrow MC^{2}}^{\infty} \frac{-\phi D_{Q}^{-1}}{\mid \mid \phi D_{Q}^{-1} \mid \mid_{1} }{\sqrt{V/M/m/(.66(6))}$

22. ### DywyddyrPenguinaciously duckalicious.Valued Senior Member

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Bullshit.
Pure, unsupported bullshit.

Oh wait! Now you're telling us you are (and everyone else is) a meaningless equation....

23. ### EmilValued Senior Member

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Thanks,
please prove and eventually to give examples.