Wednesday, September 2, 2009

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To read before :
http://eternal-cartesian.blogspot.com/2009/08/heisenberg-and-god.html

God must as well be considered as fractalizing Itself in an asymmetric way, or there is another equivalent attribute in the divine logic in order that movement and equilibrium could form some under-sets and apply to them, rather than move a big homogeneous mass. This fractalization principle permitting Energy’s infinite partial divisibility, partial because there is not any spacious absolute vacuum between Its parts; as well it is possible to consider that the degree of fractality depends on the concentration of energy, thus higher it is lower is the degree, because the motion producing the concentration compensates for the fractalization.

2 comments:

Joseph Smidt said...

"in an asymmetric way" That's interesting. I've never heard of someone describe anything about God as asymmetric. Gives me food for thought.

Cartesian said...

:-)