Apr 302014
 

Question by Don R: Bible Readers: Can you solve the mystery of this untranslated Bible word, if I give you a few clues?
22 times, through the Hebrew Old Testament (Tanakh), there are two Hebrew letters joined “Aleph” and “Tav”. This word would be like us putting A and Z together as AZ at various locations in a book. Aleph and Tav are the first and last letters of the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet. These 22 “AlephTavs” are not translated into our English bibles. For example: In Genesis chapter one, it reads in Hebrew “In the beginning, created YHVH, AlephTav, heavens and earth”. From the very beginning, God calls Himself, basically, the ‘First-Last’ letter. So, why do you supposed these Aleph/Tavs (first and last letter of the 22-letter Hebrew alphabet) are spread 22 times throughout the Old Testament? And why were they not carried forward in translations? Furthermore, do you find a link to what Jesus (Yeshua haMashiach) calls Himself in Revelation?

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Answer by John quill
And there shall also be many which shall say: Eat, drink, and be merry; nevertheless, fear God—he will justify in committing a little sin; yea, lie a little, take the advantage of one because of his words, dig a pit for thy neighbor; there is no harm in this; and do all these things, for tomorrow we die; and if it so be that we are guilty, God will beat us with a few stripes, and at last we shall be saved in the kingdom of God.

9 Yea, and there shall be many which shall teach after this manner, false and vain and foolish doctrines, and shall be puffed up in their hearts, and shall seek deep to hide their counsels from the Lord; and their works shall be in the dark.

10 And the blood of the saints shall cry from the ground against them.

11 Yea, they have all gone out of the way; they have become corrupted.

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Apr 272014
 

Question by : religious people. what do you think of this video?

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Answer by Me
Not religious, but not a big fan of Carl Sagan either. So much more fascinating information is available to us thanks to recent discoveries in quantum physics, the unified field, and the study of consciousness. It appears that god is being redefined by science as we sit before our computers.

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Apr 052014
 

Question by nonameshallbehere: As in E=MC2, energy and matter are interchangeable, so is this a logical extrapolation?
Space, time, energy, matter (and, according to some, consciousness) are all of the same one ‘fabric’ (based on the past 5 decades of physics). If 2 of those are convertable, then might it be that, with the right process, others are as well?
I like your answer so far Chris, but please consider adding to it if you don’t mind. By the way, I agree that we have less than half of the consciousness thing figured out. On matter being energy we could also suggest that each of space/time/energy/matter are all merely time, consciousness or matter in various forms.

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Answer by Chris Pitchr
Space and time are understood to be both somewhat interchangeable aspects of space-time. Mass would appear to be a form of energy. However, I don’t think there is a way to go from space-time to mass (or energy).

Any one claiming to have a clue about consciousness is wrong, especially Daniel Dennett.

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Mar 312014
 

Question by Was that supposed to be funny?: What do you think of this abstract concept?
I have been watching several science programs lately about space, time, and physics. On one of the programs it talks about parallel universes and alternate dimensions, and how they can interact or interfere with our own. It said that there could be a parallel universe right under our nose but we wouldnt be able to see it. First of all, since it is pertaining to science, do you believe it?

Also, it got me thinking about the concept of God and spirituality. What if our minds and our consciousness is connected with alternate dimensions and/or parallel universes? What if souls do exist and they are connected to separate entities besides this one? I’m not trying to undermine His Holy Goodness, but what if God did exist and He was a unit of consciousness connected to a higher dimension that intersects with our own like how a plane surrounds a point, giving His conscious mind controlled ability to interact with or control the Universe.

This all goes back to the question of, is there really more than meets the eye. And while many say no, this is the only thing we’ve got and say it is not likely, I think that is close minded and that there really is more than meets the eye and that it is very, very likely.. What is your opinion on all of this?

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Answer by PROBLEM JPAS A.R.T.
Yes, many of the multi universe theories like String Theory M do have a very mystical leaning to them.

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Mar 302014
 

Question by Theodore Macmahon: What’s this kids mystery pc game from the 90′s that you would wipe a board & get the…?
…secret message clue in big mansion?
That wasn’t the only way to get clues, there were lots of little games. We played it in english class so I think it had word games mostly. I think I remember a mad scientist in a tower and a ghost maybe. Please help!

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Answer by guenndu
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Feb 102014
 

Question by Makayla: How is this college major/degree plan?
Undergraduate double major in Psychology and Biology, and then a graduate degree in Neuroscience?

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Answer by Grand Rapids
Sounds good if your final career specialization (and focus) is going to be neuroscience.

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Jan 192014
 

Question by Fresserheim: Do you think the human presence on Mars will go something like this?
First, the explorers arrive, then the military, then, after its opened up to colonists, among the very first will be Catholic mystics, hermits, and other religious? In other words, the same routine as when the New World was discovered?
Polar, you’re bad! :)
When I said mystics, I should have said mystic hermits.

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Answer by Fleur
http://givinginfo.reads.it
A very informative website, kindly stay a minute in website and enter you email address for getting your answer.

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Aug 302013
 

Question by Becky: What do you think of this on Universal Consciousness?
I know you hate going and taking a look at a short blurb like this, but this is so EXCELLENT, I just had to share it with all of you to get your opinions. BTW Lyndell is an Australian friend of mine on FB. If you are at all interested in the Unified Field Theory, Quantum Physics or Superstraings…this is a mus see. I want to know, what you think about it…

http://howtobuildabetterlife.ning.com/page/john-hagelin-quantum-physics

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Answer by KingFrog.
I don’t know why, but when I read and watch this stuff, the skeptic in me is just screaming.

This stuff seems pretty sketch.

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Aug 272013
 

Question by metallica_rocks0122: anyone have suggestions for books with this theme?
along the lines of Book of Eli, or I am legend.. regarding people living in a destroyed world, how they go on with radiation poisoning etc. or climate change… thanks.

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Answer by Ashlyn
Read the Uglies series. They’re amazing. It’s a dystopian society and the main character and her friends fight back

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Jul 162013
 

Question by Imvery: what would you expect from a book like this?
A 16 year old girl moves from a town in the suburbs to a dark, rainy isolated town. She moves into an ancient house where three old women who were always consdered strange lived. What happens next?
P.S when i pick the best answer, i’ll be picking the person who gives me more than 1 type of thing they expect to see. I want to see if my book has a predictable plot or not, and so yeah. I want to see what you’d all think.

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Answer by Heinrich Himmler
they rape her

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