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future predetermination theory.
« on: 07/09/2016 16:28:13 »
(1) We must first understand that you do not have any freewill. Since we do not do anything without a reason, our reasons come before we act. Thus our present action is guided by past reasons. Thus we cannot have freewill at present moment. Therefore we are guided by destiny.

(2) It is quite obvious that all objects in the universe are continuously and simultaneously interactive with each other. We can see this in our solar system. We also know that the same thing happens for everybody inside our corporations, we all work together, interactively. This simultaneity law makes us dependent on each other and therefore we are working on a global plan of the universe. Inside a corporation, similarly, we work on a plan of the corporation. We are guided without any freewill.

(3) There are many examples, all over the world, that has proven precise predictions of human destiny. They are all available on the internet.

(4) All scientific methods are wrong, that is, there is nothing called scientific method. A clear thinking will prove that. Describe any method, question it, and you will find it to be wrong.


 

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Re: future predetermination theory.
« Reply #1 on: 08/09/2016 20:47:57 »
1. “Our current actions are based on current reasoning which is based on current values.”
We first give reasons and then we act. So, reasons are never current. Our reasons may have come 1 minute or 1 second or 500 milliseconds, or even 1 year before current actions. So we do not have freewill at current action time.

2. "The earth is not aware of the nearest galaxy or influenced by it."
That is not correct. Our sun is going around the center of our galaxy. Besides rotating round the sun, the earth is following the circular motion of the sun also. Since all galaxies are moving away, so is our galaxy, and so are our sun and our earth. Thus everything is interactive.

3. This is what Mark Twain said about Cheiro’s predictions, and can be found at [NYT]: "Cheiro has exposed my character to me with humiliating accuracy. I ought not to confess this accuracy; still I am moved to do so". For more examples search the internet. You may also want to look at the destiny chapter in the free book on soul theory at wordpress dot com, for more examples and references.

4. "Science is philosophy augmented with measurement,"
Philosophy is wrong, because it has not defined truth. Without such definition any subject is meaningless. Do you know of any science theory that took measurements, except Galileo?

 

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Re: future predetermination theory.
« Reply #2 on: 09/09/2016 19:31:27 »
In the quantum realm probability determines outcomes. It really is like god playing dice with the universe. So if everything is predetermined then the probabilities must also be predetermined. That appears to be a contradiction in terms. Other views may differ.

Note in case you wish to argue this point then you must allow probability to be time dependent rather than event dependent.
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Re: future predetermination theory.
« Reply #3 on: 09/09/2016 21:51:39 »
Where is the proof that probability is in nature? Probability is defined using infinity. Is infinity there in nature? Unless such questions are answered the validity of QM will remain in question. It has been proven that Uncertainty Principle is wrong [1]. Therefore QM cannot be correct.

But it is true that if you throw a dice, determinism (a high level yogi) will tell you what number will appear with 100% accuracy, and all the time. That means there is no probability in nature.

[moderator request] Please read the sticky topic "How do we moderate discussion of new theories in the main part of the forum."
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