The path of enlightenment is of acceptance

The ultimate Truth encompasses all other truths. Easy as pie: if you disagree with something, expand your mind to find out how that other point of view can co-exist with your own.

Something is everywhere, forever and never

Extrapolating from the idea that God exists, it turns out that it doesn't have to be God who exists or not. The same logic can be applied to anything. Trying again that same exercise:

Within time and space, it is either possible or impossible that something exists. If it does, the chances of it existing increase the longer it exists for and the more space it occupies. Thus, if it occupies all time and space then there is 100% chance that it exists.

On the other hand, if something doesn't exist, the chances of it existing must be zero. A reader might point out that this proves nothing and is so obvious that it is not even interesting. I might say that this conundrum is at least reminiscent to Gödel's incompleteness theorems. But no need to worry about Gödel for now.

In the end, we end up having no answer to our question: does it or does it not exist? A third option exists: it both exists AND it doesn't.

What carries over from this apparent logical paradox, is that when there is something that is everything, then this something encompasses the concept of God; and that same something CAN exist outside of time and space as nothing, never.


Logical proof that God exists

Clearly an outrage! ...but what if it's possible?

Logic boils down to the most basic form: true or false. Either God exists, or He doesn't. Starting with definitions, I will provide logical proof that the God with the capital G exists, the one that intelligently designed everything, the one that is everything and everywhere all the time.

If God exists, it's somewhere in time. Maybe yesterday, maybe tomorrow, maybe 2000 years ago. If. What are the odds that He exists within some period of time? Well, the longer He lives for, the more likely you will find Him in time. Thus, if he exists forever, there is 100% chance that if you look, you will find Him anywhere in time. One hundred percent chance that He exists... if he exists.

If God doesn't exist, then whenever we look, we won't find Him. There is no almighty, omnipresent, all-knowing being, because if there were, you'd find him somewhere in time. But that can't happen if the chance is zero, if he doesn't exist. So the chances of him existing are... zero.

If God is somewhere, then he occupies some space. Somewhere. Maybe you'll look and you'll find Him. His odds of someone finding Him increase, the bigger he is, the more places he can be at. Thus, if he were everywhere, no matter where you look, He would be there. 100% certain. He is everywhere.

If God is nowhere, then wherever we look... nobody will find him. Not even God himself will find Himself, since he's nowhere to be found. Since we start from the assumption that He is nowhere, then he occupies no space. He is nowhere.

At this point, logic tells us that God is everywhere, all the time... and nowhere never? Has logic proven that he can be in one state and the other? Oh, but he can't be in the other state. He either is, or... He is. So there is no OR. We started from the assumption that it was one or the other, and it turns out that the assumption was wrong. There is no OR.

For those non-religious, atheists that are still reading, there's room to breathe: I have created a paradox which I will explain in future posts.


The first post, is the one that follows none.

Curiously, all subsequent posts will talk about the same thing, trying to make the same point.

I never will get to the point, but you might at some point get it.

Why would anyone read a blog that talks about the same thing? Stick around and find out. Curiosity is why.