Intelligent Design Argument - Does disproof of scientific materialism = proof of theosophy?
Feb 27, 2006 05:09 PM
Could this argument (see web sites below) -- definitively disproving, not
evolution itself, but "the materialistic or naturalistic concept of evolution by
random mutation" -- be the final proof of the fundamental truths put forth by
Doesn't it also prove that there must be a "thinking mind" prior to a brain
or any organized form of nature down to the smallest microbe?
Wouldn't that also prove that both will and awareness (consciousness) is the
inherent nature of the Universe (Cosmos) right from the beginning?
Wouldn't it further prove that "God" can only be the "consciousness" of the
Universal Mind -- that is an integral part of and directly linked to all of
Could this linkage simply be the (essentially magnetic field) coding of the
DNA and its near infinite combinatorial potentialities of metaphysical and
physical field formations? Wouldn't this DNA code have to be prerecorded in the
absolute primal space itself prior to the physical appearance of the Cosmos?
Could we speculate as to what form that recording would have to be under such
conditions? Mightn't it be in the holographic interference patterns of spin
motion (absolute angular momentum) at the zero-point of pre-cosmic primal
space? Why not?
Doesn't this also imply that such a "Universal Mind" must be part of the
"coadunate but not consubstantial fields" of higher order energy that must exist
(albeit invisibly as part of the "Vacuum" or Planck space between the quantum
particles) within and around all forms of matter? Mightn't this imply
further, that "consciousness" is the inherent nature of the zero-point of primal
beginning itself? Isn't that point replicated everywhere within the "empty"
space between every quantum particle?
Could one of those zero-points of consciousness be at the center of each of
our individual body fields? Is there one such point in each of us that
represents our particular self consciousness? Couldn't all those points inside our
body field be linked to each other by "entaglement" with that (our)
individual point of self consciousness? Wouldn't this account for the non locality of
our awareness -- such as feeling a pain at the end of our finger?
Could this argument be the basis of the ultimate proof that will finally
topple scientific materialism as it pertains to evolution once and for all, and
justify the theosophical ideas about the eternality of individual consciousness,
awareness, will and the higher or intuitive mind -- while simultaneously
verifying the truths of karma and reincarnation as immutable laws of nature?
Could this argument also prove the truth of the adage "As ye shall sow, so ye
shall reap" on all levels of consciousness?
Check it out for yourself, and enjoy the trip.
Unless your mind isn't completely blinded by conditioned beliefs in a
personal God (or in atheism or scientific materialism;-) -- you'll be glad you took
(If you are a scientist currently involved in consciousness and mind studies,
I would expect to hear as a response to this argument, either an unassailable
counter argument proving both materialism and evolution by random mutation,
or a reasonable theory of consciousness (awareness, will, memory, mind, etc.)
that doesn't require a causative material basis. :-)
Language, DNA and Intelligent Design
Information Theory and DNA: Me vs. 30 Atheists
"Information Theory stands as perhaps the strongest argument against
scientific naturalism - because there is no naturalistic explanation for the existence
of information." (Perry Marshall)
“Information is information, neither matter nor energy. Any materialism that
fails to take account of this will not survive one day.” (Norbert Weiner. MIT
mathematician and founder of Cybernetics)
What argument could we add to disprove the idea of a separate personal God,
and thereby, the entire basis of "Creationism" as taught by the churches and
other non secular religionists?
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