There is not distinction - that is what I am telling you.Dennis Mahar wrote:Make a distinction between a mind that conceives of a photon and the photon a mind conceived of.
I am showing you that light contains both energy and information with design. DNA is a crystal (as in a radio crystal) that downloaded the blueprint for your brain. The brain is about 10,000 more complex than anything we have engineered to date. Your body is a chemical/electrical/mechanical closed system with a wiring harness that puts the space shuttle to a Disneyland ride.It's assumed that the photon always existed and was laying about waiting to be 'discovered' by a mind.
is it possible the photon is put there and whatever it entails goes along with it?
The information, blueprints, language and energy to construct the incredible machine that processes information was downloaded from the photon.
Information can be written on a chalkboard, sand, paper or computer - it does not matter the mode of communication as the information remains the same. Therefore; light is intelligent and is the thought of God because it requires intelligence to decipher a information.
Instead of seeing your 'self' encased in a body - realize your consciousness is riding the photon that interpenetrates the vast universe.
You are not seeing what I am saying if you can make this statement. Did you use a computer to type this post? If you did, you just proved what I am sharing.scientific theories 'fit' phenomena into the theory.
in time, the theory is shown up as a failure to account for the phenomena.
another theory is formatted and so on,
DNA designed your brain to think about cause and effect before you had the thought of cause and effect and so; your sentence does not make sense.jupiviv wrote:We become conscious if we are caused to. Decision implies the presence of consciousness, so it doesn't make sense to ask who decided to become conscious.Beingof1 wrote:What or who decided to become conscious?