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Proof for existence of unimaginable God beyond the boundary

 
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 23, 2009 6:50 pm    Post subject: Proof for existence of unimaginable God beyond the boundary Reply with quote

Proof for existence of unimaginable God beyond the boundary of space


The boundary of the Universe need not be made of the same
material (five elements). A metallic wheel may have a plastic ring around its edge. Therefore, the boundary of the Universe need not be made of the same imaginable material. The boundary is unimaginable means that the boundary is made of unimaginable material i.e., God. Even if you say that the diameter of the Universe is some billions of light years, is there a compound wall in the edge of the boundary? If there is such wall what is present beyond that wall? If you say that space is present beyond that wall, space is also a part of the Universe (one of the five elements). The theory of bending of the space around object proves that space is the most subtle energy. Therefore, the diameter of the Universe is infinite.

The theory of constant expansion of Universe is also meaningless because expansion of any material requires the existence of space different from the material. When space or subtle energy is the basic material of the Universe, the word ‘expansion’ becomes ridiculous. The infinity of the Universe stands for the existence of unimaginable entity beyond the Universe existing from the boundary of Universe. Unless you accept the unimaginable region beyond the boundary of Universe, you cannot speak of the end of imaginable boundary of the Universe. All this discussion will clearly establish the existence of unimaginable region or God beyond the Universe.
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 09, 2009 11:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

All right, I'm trying to understand what you mean. So, sentence by sentence:

The boundary of the Universe need not be made of the same
material (five elements). Okay, you mean that if there is a boundary to the universe, it can be made of something other than the material of the universe itself. I'll assume this is true, although you have nothing to support this.

A metallic wheel may have a plastic ring around its edge. Therefore, the boundary of the Universe need not be made of the same imaginable material. What is this supposed to mean? Just because something on Earth can be made of more than one material, that is proof of your idea that the boundary of the universe can be made of something other than the universe itself? Hmmm....

The boundary is unimaginable means that the boundary is made of unimaginable material i.e., God. What are you talking about? This makes no sense. What does "the boundary is God" even mean?

Even if you say that the diameter of the Universe is some billions of light years, is there a compound wall in the edge of the boundary? Many modern physicists say that space is finite.

If there is such wall what is present beyond that wall? Many modern physicists say that there is nothing beyond the edge of the universe. So nothing is beyond the wall that you posit.

If you say that space is present beyond that wall, space is also a part of the Universe (one of the five elements). No, no space beyond the edge of the universe. Nothing at all.

The theory of bending of the space around object proves that space is the most subtle energy. Therefore, the diameter of the Universe is infinite. Rubbish. Light bends through space because gravity pulls it from its straight line. It isn't a theory, just a phenomenon or facdt. How does that prove that the diameter of the universe is infinite? That doesn't follow logically. It makes no sense at all. What are you trying to say, anyway? Are you just making things up so you can see your ideas in writing?
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