# I am the living Universe (please discuss)

emanon
Basically this is my theory.

I created this Universe and everything else using a source of infinite energy called Brian.

Brain exists outside space-time and so eventually evolves into a higher life-form made up of all of energy.

wuliheron
Originally posted by emanon
Basically this is my theory.

I created this Universe and everything else using a source of infinite energy called Brian.

Brain exists outside space-time and so eventually evolves into a higher life-form made up of all of energy.

So you're the one responsible... I want to lodge a few complaints about quality control. Just because you are so high and mighty doesn't mean you should just ignore the little folks! Either cough up some serious home improvements or I'm going to start a new religion with you on the bottom of the social ladder as a slum lord!

kyle_soule
An advanced stage of the Messiah Complex, you are just schizophrenic

A while ago I found a white rock, I declared it God. It was very powerful and I attributed every good thing in the world to it. It did not eat, drink, or sleep. It was God...I threw it down and broke it.

Mentat
Originally posted by emanon
Basically this is my theory.

I created this Universe and everything else using a source of infinite energy called Brian.

Brain exists outside space-time and so eventually evolves into a higher life-form made up of all of energy.

Well, while I could take the road that others have taken here, I'm not going to point out the seemingly egotistical nature of this idea. I'm just going to ask you how something could possibly exist "outside of space-time". Think about it, "outside" denotes a position, and position is judged according to the spacetime dimensions.

emanon
Everyone's a critic...

Well really. I was Scizophrenic DSR a few years back, and that is how I worked it all out. Well actually it does not have to be me personally, but maybe me, or some other monkey did create the Universe from infinite energy?

If you watch star trek then it is not that difficult to imagine, given an infinite amount of time and energy, I am sure something could be created to get the job done.

Then all you need to access that 'something'.

Example:
Computer: Tea Earl grey.

Or maybe it was
One Universe, expanding without end...

Mentat
Originally posted by emanon
Everyone's a critic...

Well really. I was Scizophrenic DSR a few years back, and that is how I worked it all out. Well actually it does not have to be me personally, but maybe me, or some other monkey did create the Universe from infinite energy?

If you watch star trek then it is not that difficult to imagine, given an infinite amount of time and energy, I am sure something could be created to get the job done.

You really don't see that there is nothing at the end of infinity, and that there is in fact no end to infinity (which rules out acting on an idea that would take infinite time)?

Originally posted by emanon
Basically this is my theory.

I created this Universe and everything else using a source of infinite energy called Brian.

Brain exists outside space-time and so eventually evolves into a higher life-form made up of all of energy.

Any proof?

Originally posted by Alexander
Any proof?
I intended to post an even shorter response
(just the second word and the question mark),
but Alexander beat me to it.
Originally posted by emanon
Computer: Tea Earl grey.
+ HOT !
Picard sure knew how to pick a brand of tea.

Live long and prosper.

heusdens
Originally posted by emanon
Basically this is my theory.

I created this Universe and everything else using a source of infinite energy called Brian.

Brain exists outside space-time and so eventually evolves into a higher life-form made up of all of energy.

This is too sloppy defined to be called a 'theory'.

Hmmm. Well at least you have humour, this theory about life of Brian...

Originally posted by emanon
Basically this is my theory.

I created this Universe and everything else using a source of infinite energy called Brian.

Brain exists outside space-time and so eventually evolves into a higher life-form made up of all of energy.

I just want to know two things; is Brian the name of the Brain, and, do you know the Mind?

emanon
Proof?

Well surely you are living proof that Brian (the living Universe) exists, unless of course you are telling me that you do not exist. In which case I am wasting my time replying to your question.

Brian is the living Universe, as I just said, made up of the sum of all living organisms over all time. You have seen the infinity symbol used in maths in such cases, I am sure.

Now imagine a way of looking at Brian outside time.

Do you get my drift?
Or am I dealing with high school sheep only?
Bah-bah...I am just kidding...you are goats aren't you?
[zz)]

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Originally posted by emanon
Basically this is my theory.

I created this Universe and everything else using a source of infinite energy called Brian.

Brain exists outside space-time and so eventually evolves into a higher life-form made up of all of energy.

I know things you don't; therefore you have it backwards.
Thus: I created this Universe and everything else using a source of infinite energy called Ivan. QED

emanon
You would need to explain further, but I can assure you that his name is Brian. Maybe you created a parallel Universe by mistake?

Lonewolf
Ah, that must be where I left my car keys...

You are all wrong. My parrot created God(s), all universes and some of souls, Adams and Eves, and Pepsi-Cola. He did that when he accidentally swallowed infinite space-time vacuum from a white hole (parrot found this hole in my back door, about 2" from bottom of door).

Donate $9.95 today to support the Creator of it all - my parrot! You'll be saved then and will live after your death in eternity, unlimited wealth, and enormous harmony, and high above all other miserable mortal humans. (Include SASE with your pledge if you wish to get 3"x5" certificate of eternal life). We accept money orders, all major cards, gold coins, laptops, flat panel monitors, and DVD recorders. For large volume donations our representative/appraiser will be glad to visit you and arrange all paperwork and physical transfer of valuables on site. No CRT monitors, please. Last edited by a moderator: Mentat Originally posted by BoulderHead I just want to know two things; is Brian the name of the Brain, and, do you know the Mind? LOL! kyle_soule Originally posted by Alexander You are all wrong. My parrot created God(s), all universes and some of souls, Adams and Eves, and Pepsi-Cola. He did that when he accidentally swallowed infinite space-time vacuum from a white hole (parrot found this hole in my back door, about 2" from bottom of door). Donate$9.95 today to support the Creator of it all - my parrot!

You'll be saved then and will live after your death in eternity, unlimited wealth, and enormous harmony, and high above all other miserable mortal humans. (Include SASE with your pledge if you wish to get 3"x5" certificate of eternal life).

We accept money orders, all major cards, gold coins, laptops, flat panel monitors, and DVD recorders. For large volume donations our representative/appraiser will be glad to visit you and arrange all paperwork and physical transfer of valuables on site.

Hehe, and the funniest part is, this makes just as much sense as religion!

Tube is a major turn-off.

Lonewolf
Hehe, and the funniest part is, this makes just as much sense as religion!

I completely disagree...it makes far much more sense.

THE MIND
Originally posted by emanon
Brain ... evolves into a higher life-form made up of all of energy.
He's my Son ... part of my substance.

emanon
Alexander:
Again, your Universe is either a parallel Universe or else it collapsed.

It took me three attempts to create this one (Universe) so it is not surprising you lot are getting confused.

If you look at the energy signiture of a photon you will find my copyright mark embedded in it's quantum well.

However, to confirm this, you will first need to develop a way of measuring tiny discrepencies in the energy flow. currently the only system capable of doing this are brains.

emanon
Religion is a social club, I am only a member of the Automobile Association, so really, I do not join clubs, as a rule. Well apart from when I was at University, and then I was a club whore...

I enjoy your banta, it is quite interesting. Although the alternate Universe theory is a little iffy.

Let me just add that when I say, 'I' created the Universe, I mean to say that I started it off. It sort of creates itself, you just need to initialise it.

It is no different from fertalising an egg in that sense.

I am a proud father...

Although Einstien appears to have allowed you monkeys to tear it's fabric using FISSION, which is an infinite reaction and so will, over time destroy my baby, so really I am quite sad and annoyed with you lot.

Hamanity score U

Hmm. He calls us sheep, goats, and monkeys...

Originally posted by THE MIND
He's my Son ... part of my substance.
I think your boy needs a good 'substance' lashing...

M. Gaspar
Originally posted by Mentat
You really don't see that there is nothing at the end of infinity, and that there is in fact no end to infinity (which rules out acting on an idea that would take infinite time)?

And if the Universe is truly "eternal", then it doesn't need a "creator".

Iacchus32
Originally posted by M. Gaspar
And if the Universe is truly "eternal", then it doesn't need a "creator".
And yet what if the Universe was a manifestation of that "Eternal Creator?"

M. Gaspar
Originally posted by Iacchus32
And yet what if the Universe was a manifestation of that "Eternal Creator?"

And who created the "Creator"?

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Some theists, observing that all 'effects' need a cause, assert that God is a cause but not an effect. But no one has ever observed an uncaused cause and simply inventing one merely assumes what the argument wishes to prove.
- Dan Barker

M. Gaspar
Some theists, observing that all 'effects' need a cause, assert that God is a cause but not an effect. But no one has ever observed an uncaused cause and simply inventing one merely assumes what the argument wishes to prove.
- Dan Barker

It's been awhile since algebra. Please tell me what the "parts" of an equation are called. I know they are not "elements" of an equation...but what ARE they called?

I want to know so that I can frame a simple question properly. Thanks.

Iacchus32
Originally posted by M. Gaspar
And who created the "Creator"?
And yet what if our essence (soul) lived on unto Eternity? Then wouldn't that imply there was an Eternal Creator (in essence) who created us?

Originally posted by M. Gaspar
It's been awhile since algebra. Please tell me what the "parts" of an equation are called. I know they are not "elements" of an equation...but what ARE they called?

I want to know so that I can frame a simple question properly. Thanks.
Sorry, I only got a GED

Sorry, I only got a GED

That explains it!

God Everyone’s Daft

M. Gaspar
Originally posted by Iacchus32
And yet what if our essence (soul) lived on unto Eternity? Then wouldn't that imply there was an Eternal Creator (in essence) who created us?

Not necessarily. It could mean that the Universe ITSELF has a "Spirit"... of which OURS is a part (if, indeed, "spirit" exists). (See PM)

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Originally posted by M. Gaspar
And who created the "Creator"?

The same problem exists with or without a creator. Since we are here, it would seem that one way or the other the problem is moot.

Physicists say twelve dimensional superduperhypersurface;
Theologians say God. What's in a name?

M. Gaspar
Originally posted by Ivan Seeking
The same problem exists with or without a creator. Since we are here, it would seem that one way or the other the problem is moot.

So why discuss anything ?

Originally posted by M. Gaspar
So why discuss anything ?

Pass time 'till we die?