Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Zero and Infinity & Psychology - (Post 3)

Properties of Zero and Infinity

At this point the argument over this superior supernatural force would be that it is everywhere but cannot be seen, felt, or touched- everywhere and nowhere at the same time. It has both the properties of zero and infinity. To the human mind this is impossible, outrageous, and is just as hard to believe as an infinitely dense point of mass and energy exploding into the universe. In reality though, zero and infinity have many of the same properties and could even be considered as one in the same based off of numerous examples.

We again turn to movement to prove this point. If you place a speck of something into space with no forces acting on it and with absolutely no movement, it still moves in two different ways though its movement and force are both zero. First, it moves through space, because space is infinitely expanding. That speck of something will constantly be further from the center of the universe as well as further from the edge of the universe though it is making no movement. Secondly it will be in constant movement through the forth dimension on the continuum grid, which is time (the other dimensions being x, y, and z which means we see in three dimensions or 3D with time represented as “t”, and not flat 2D), in which all things are constantly moving. Therefore, in two parts of the space-time continuum, or grid, this tiny bit of anything has both zero and infinite movement.

The knowledge of space alone is enough to prove the coexistence and co properties of zero and infinity. For the very fact that it is infinitely expanding but at the same time is absolutely nothing, neither heat nor particle, is mind blowing in itself. Space itself has both the properties of zero and infinity.

Perhaps though, we should look at more worldly examples of the properties of zero and infinity. For this, we go to inflation. Inflation is the statement that the more of something you have, the less value it has to you. For instance, if you had one billion grains of salt, one grain of salt would have probably zero value to you. The same property applies to the value of infinity. Therefore, if it were possible to have an infinite number of something, it would have zero value to it, like the air we breath everyday, but don’t think twice about.

The final bit of evidence for the properties of zero and infinity is in mathematics, multiplication and division to be exact. Take any number and multiply in the it world by _ ^ [ / ) X zero and the result will always be zero, no matter what. Now multiply any number in the world by infinity and the result will be infinity, no matter what. That very same principle applies to division, as it is not possible to divide a number by either infinity or zero without infinity or zero being the result. Both infinity and zero have the same properties in multiplication and division.

Time after time, example after example, we see that zero and infinity only have the same properties, but overlapping properties. This is undisputable evidence that it is more than possible for something to be infinite yet at the same time not touchable, seeable, hearable, or smellable. . . hence zero.


Even here, I know the strongest willed Atheists will bring forward arguments of “why wont God (or a superior being) allow us to see it?” Why, if there is a God, would it allow suffering? And more arguments of the same nature, but this is not the place to answer those questions, as those are questions of religious nature. Therefore science alone cannot answer those questions, and I challenge you to find them for yourself if you so choose, for perhaps we do see this superior being in everything around us. Perhaps it is just so superior and great our minds cannot fathom seeing it. Perhaps this superior being does not want to interfere overtly in our human endeavors so we may learn a lesson ourselves, or perhaps it does interfere and we just choose not to see it. This all leads to the psychological questions of a superior being, as our minds seem to be formatted to know and understand this superior being and to seek it as an undying thirst. This is how psychology proves the existence of a superior being- whether through every day actions, or through the actions of the masses throughout history.

I recently had a conversation with someone on the topic of pain. Pain, suffering, and sadness to be exact. It hit me in this conversation that without sadness, without pain, and without low points in our lives we would not know happiness, glee, or any feelings of exhilaration in our lives or come to live for these moments because all moments would be painless and simple. Think of a sad painting- a picture of war that draws your sympathy. This emotion of sadness is necessary to us, and without it we would be nothing. This leads to a worldly thought of how the mind works- how pain can lead to happiness- how happiness and different ideas of the mind can lead to show the hidden aspects of a world designed by a greater supernatural being.

Other than the fact that, as human beings, we are afraid of the dark unknown aspects of the world, how does this strange existence of mental thought affect us? The world is our answer. The colors of the world in particular. When looking from afar, or near, there are three colors of the world that are prevalent: green, blue, and yellow. Life and plants, ocean and sky, and finally desert and sun respectively. These three colors dominate our lives and our earth for a reason- a reason that cannot be coincidence, for the psychological effects of them alone are profound. From a psychological point of view, every color has a meaning and an effect on the emotions of humans, particularly those most common to us.

We will start with green. The color green, often used in hospitals, produces chemicals in the human brain that calm people down. It is thought to have the perfect balance of cool and warm colors that causes a sensation of tranquility and refreshing relaxation. Next is blue, the color of both the sky and the waters. Blue also creates chemicals in the human mind that causes calming tranquil effects. Companies such as Wal-Mart and Facebook use the effects of the color blue to relax you and make you want to stay longer. Blue is often thought of the opposite of red-, which causes aggression. Finally is yellow, the color of the sand and sun. This color is symbolic of happiness, joy, and good times. All of these colors have been proven to affect the human mind, yet all cause a calm happiness in us. Perhaps these colors affect us because they are so prevalent, or perhaps they are so prevalent because they affect us so well, but this is the same chicken or the egg problem. I feel it cannot be coincidence that the peace and joy that we all seek is found everywhere on earth, in the three most common colors we see. I would say it must be superior design that the earth around us causes these effects. When one asks, “Why is the sky blue?” it is not a mere matter of reflection alone, but a matter of design in science.

The final argument in the matter of psychology in the presence of a superior being that I have to bring forward comes straight from the court of law. In the court of law, the strongest piece of evidence one can bring forward is witnesses. The witnesses in this instance are the countless majorities generation after generation, century after century spanning every race and continent who believed in some sort of supernatural being or force as if something in their heart and mind led them to naturally believe. It is the stories of prayers and miracles brought forward by these people that speak volumes in this argument. It is the chilling stories of those that have been dead for mere minutes only to be brought back by doctors, who tell of their immediate conversion due to the horrors they saw in death. It is these countless numbers that forever held the majority on this earth that 1 feel is the strongest piece of evidence in this story.

In the realm of psychology and the ideas of good and evil, the final piece of information I will leave you with in this portion of this writing. It is a short story that has been floating around the internet for some time now. It has been attributed, unconfirmed, to Albert Einstein, but what is important is its message:

The professor of a university challenged his students with this question. "Did God create everything that exists?"
A student answered bravely, "Yes, he did".
The professor then asked, "If God created everything, then he created evil. Since evil exists (as noticed by our own actions), so God is evil. The student couldn't respond to that statement causing the professor to conclude that he had "proved" that "belief in God" was a fairy tale, and therefore worthless.
Another student raised his hand and asked the professor, "May I pose a question?”
"Of course" answered the professor.
The young student stood up and asked: "Professor does cold exist?"
The professor answered, "What kind of question is that? ...Of course the cold exists... haven't you ever been cold?"
The young student answered, "In fact sir, Cold does not exist. According to the laws of Physics, what we consider cold, in fact is the absence of heat. Anything is able to be studied as long as it transmits energy (heat). Absolute Zero is the total absence of heat, but cold does not exist. What we have done is create a term to describe how we feel if we don't have body heat or we are not hot."
"And, does Dark exist?" he continued.
The professor answered "Of course".
This time the student responded, "Again you're wrong, Sir. Darkness does not exist either. Darkness is in fact simply the absence of light. Light can be studied, darkness cannot. Darkness cannot be broken down. A simple ray of light tears the darkness and illuminates the surface where the light beam finishes. Dark is a term that we humans have created to describe what happens when there's lack of light."
Finally, the student asked the professor, "Sir, does evil exist?"
The professor replied, "Of course it exists, as I mentioned at the beginning, we see violations, crimes and violence anywhere in the world, and those things are evil."
The student responded, "Sir, Evil does not exist. Just as in the previous cases, Evil is a term which man has created to describe the result of the absence of God's presence in the hearts of man."

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