Saturday, May 15, 2010

The intelligence behind the creation

Since the advent of the digital information era, it has become clear that infomation can exist without form. A USB filled with information doesn't weigh more than a blank one.

We humans may not be any different to an organic USB plugged into the computer that is Earth and the realization of such maybe the single greatest leap in evolutionary advancement.

The magnetosphere of Earth has the potential to store all the information that is us, if it isn't destroyed, and yet we continue to mine and pollute.

The Sun, worshiped as the creator by those extremely clever Ancient Egyptians, has information/energy visibly circulating around it and provides us with all the elements to sustain life; so who are we to imagine it doesn't possess consciousness and the ability to oversee our existence?

Now while I do not have the resorces to prove the assumption "it is the intelligence behind the creation", I don't believe anyone can disprove it.

A Spectrum of Views

Does it ever amaze or amuse you, that some people assume we all see things from the same perspective? It's obvious and understandable, when dealing with the big issues on a global scale, that Westerners see things differently than Easterners, City dwellers to Country folk and Indigenous to Interlopers but within the sub-cultures not so.

Australians are a diverse breed, so when I hear "experts" pontificating on a subject as if we are all on the same page it annoys me because it forms the bedrock discrimination grows on. You could call it "Pauline Hanson Syndrome", assuming WE (Australians) all think the same about things and if you don't your not really an Australian. It invades all aspects of community life and thinking outside the box is rarely tolerated and often leads to isolation from the heard.

Now, while this very article may fall into the category of un-Australian thinking and some will isolate it from their common sense leanings, for those whom aren't in denial, I have a template to guard against PHS.

1. Is my idea Mono-polar (does it leave no room for dissent)?
2. Is it Bi-polar ( does it create an us and them mentality)?
3. Is it Tri-polar (sitting confused, in the middle of two polar extremes)?
4. Is it Multi-dimentional ( sitting centered in a spectrum of views and able to relate to all)?