The Possibility of a Super Sentient Being

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We surmise things exist based on the physical parameters we see and deal with in the real world. Could our perception simply be shortsighted because we have not taken a deeper thorough examination of our reality?

Submitted: October 24, 2012

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Submitted: October 24, 2012



As mortal beings we look for that which we can see, smell, taste, touch, etc. Is that however the only reality in life? Did not someone once say "If a tree fell in the forest and no one was around to hear it did it make a sound?" Many of us would surmise that it did make a sound even though we could not prove it so this profound concept allows us to accept the possibility that things can go on as true and viable without our ability to verify it-of course in this modern day and age we can utilize electronic equipment to extend our understanding of our surroundings that however was not true for those who came before us which meant their perception of life dealt with faith. Before we begin pounding chest over our ability to understand that which we have taken for granted the question remains if we consider ourselves Knowing then what are those things we may not know right now?

When we look around nature, life we can't help but see things seem to be in balance now if life is simply a random act what need is there for balance? We have a day and night, we have high and low, we have wet and we have a dry, we have life and we have death. Random acts do not require a balance that's why their random.

If we are to assert that all things emanated from an unexplained universal explosion then consider this where on earth, or beyond Earth did so many seeds come from that provide life-sustaining properties? How is it that there are peaches, grapes, melons, apples, oranges and other seeds too numerous to name that existed on this planet before the appearance of mankind? These foods are an essential element usually to the development of the human body as well as other living creatures on this planet so why would they be necessary and available if life is simply nothing more than a random act?

Balance seems to be an essential stable necessary for the continuation of life for we must balance what we eat else be faced with adverse effects, we balance behavior in communities thereby creating halls of justice. Would it not stand to reason that if an invisible evil exist would it not mean the existence of an invisible good exist?

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