Mikael89

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  1. You know.. there's only beliefs in science. For example the theory of gravity is just a theory. And theories can always get replaced by a better theory. Another example would be the string theory vs the inflation theory. They are two major theories which compete with eachother. Some scientists choose to believe in string theory, and some in inflation theory. So it's all about picking a theory which you choose to believe in.
  2. Well, yes, but some scientists believe in it.
  3. And with "ask yourself" you mean that I should somehow try to feel who is aware of me? Could I skip the questions inside my head completely? To me it feels completely unnecessary to ask the actual question. Since I'm not allowed to use the intellect why would I ask a intellectual question? ("Who am I?" It feels even more ridiculous to come with this intellectual answer: "I am." before moving on with the inquiry. It's just a freaking word. So why say it? It makes more sense to only use the awareness and feelings.
  4. No, the multiverse could be infinite. Btw, it's called the 'many worlds-interpretation' of quantum mechanics.
  5. A 6:12 minutes long interesting little video about the size of universe and in the end it shows a bit of the multiverse.
  6. What about multiverse? There's one interpretation of QM which says there's a multiverse. And I believe in it, since everything else also is telling us that multiverse exists. (Inflation theory, string theory, mathematics, it solves the fine-tuning problem, etc.) It all lines up nicely like this..: Eternal infinite Consciousness creates a infinite amount of universes, forever. Universes die, multiverse does not. Multiverse takes place in Consciousness/Void. Voilá whole existence solved.
  7. @winterknight Okay. I edited my post above and added this: "Can you imagine yourSelf as Consciousness existing as floating matter everywhere in universe at the same time? "Okay now I will clump together those 399 atoms here. And at the same time I will clump together these 738 atoms 38492 lightyears away from here." etc."
  8. Yes, I know, and I agree. But science is very good at knowing most stuff what happened after Big Bang. It's good at knowing how the heat after Big Bang cooled down over time, matter started to clump together, planets formed, amino acids formed foldable proteins, biological life started, evolved, etc. That's all physical stuff (you said they understand physical stuff. And I agree.) So, if you are saying that there has always been living animals in the universe, then that would be like throwing the basics of science in the bin. But if you do say that there was a time when there didn't exist any animals, then how was Consciousness like when there was just matter floating around and no life? It's difficult to imagine.. Can you imagine yourSelf as Consciousness existing as floating matter everywhere in universe at the same time? "Okay now I will clump together those 399 atoms here. And at the same time I will clump together these 738 atoms 38492 lightyears away from here." etc.
  9. So there actually never was matter floating around without any living creatures.. That's difficult to accept for me, that's like throwing all science in the garbish bin. Hm, oh well. I guess I need to start doing self inquiry full-time.
  10. Without asking the scientists I know their answer is: "There was no Consciousness whatsoever anywhere when there was no living creatures in the universe." I assume you don't agree with that view?
  11. If it happened, Self must have been there. Why would it never have happened in the POV of the Self? There is only Self, yes. You are Self, I am Self, a pen is Self, ego is Self mistaking itself for being a limited powerless mortal body.
  12. In what way was the Self (Consciousness) Conscious when there was no living beings in the universe at all? Just some matter moving around randomly and after a long time they sticked together by gravity so things started to take shape and eventually biological life started. How was Consciousness like in those days? You guys/girls will probably say: "That's just a concept, just a story in your mind, that never happened. There is no past, there's only NOW." But it has been proved sooo hard by science, it's beyond doubt in science...