Quantum Theologica

Quantum Theologica unites theology and science. This is a spiritual based philosophy that allows for the free discussion of science, ufology and the paranormal. We encourage members of all faiths to comment. Theology is an important part of this because religious texts are full of spiritual truths about the nature of reality. “The day Science begins to study nonphysical phenomena, it will make more progress in one decade than in all previous centuries of its existence.” NIKOLA TESLA

Monday, January 17, 2005

This article is interesting and it will also help the skeptic.

This is an article titled, What's Holding the Univere Together?. After reading the article check out Lambert Dolphin's library.

The extra-dimensional Nature of God, this one I've read a couple of times.


Sunday, January 16, 2005

This article is about non-locality and God

This article is about the fine-tuning of the universe.

This article is about how God loves us so that He sent His only Begotten Son to be a subsitute for our sins so that we could be redeemed.


Saturday, January 15, 2005

I will start posting 3 to 5 articles daily in between blogs.

This first article is the History of Hyperspace by Lambert Dolphin.

This next article is by Chuck Missler and Mark Eastman M.D., it's about the Origin of Information.

This last one is about Clouds in the Bible and it's very interesting. This is an interesting site.


Friday, January 14, 2005

Extraterrestrial Civilizations

Here is an interesting article:


Also, I recently heard Dr. Michio Kaku on the coast to coast radio program and he talked about how he was almost 100% sure that there are other civilizations he said he would bet the house on it. He went on to break down these civilizations according to physics:


Like I said all of the evidence points to these civilizations. The ancients have recorded these craft and the beings who fly them from the dawn of civilization until know. The only refutation is I don't believe it so it can't be true, not good enough.



Tuesday, January 04, 2005

The Immaterial Dimension

The immaterial dimension is the zero dimension. See we know there are 4 dimensions because you need 3 dimensions plus time in order to meet someone at any location in the world. You need 3 dimensions in order to move around in time the way you do. So if someone calls you and says let's meet at McDonalds on 10th street at 12 o'clock. Here you have everything you need to be there at 12, or so that was thought.

You don't just need 4 Dimensions to describe a position in spacetime. Before you can meet this person you first have to have an IDEA where this person is located. The Zero Dimension is the immaterial dimension or the dimension of ideas. In order to meet this person at 12 o'clock at McDonalds on 10th street, you have to have an idea where McDonalds on 10th street can be found.

Say I go to Orlanda to meet a friend and once I get there she calls me at the hotel and says meet me downtown at the Subway at 3 o'clock. She has given me everything to describe her location except for an idea where the subway is downtown. Matter of fact, you couldn't meet her at Subway if someone didn't have an idea for a Subway. For me to meet her, first there needed to be the idea of an automobile or the idea for a cab or bus. You can go on and on. The Zero dimension or the dimension of ideas is the Ground state of Being. In other words the universe is the idea of God.

Ideas are immaterial and they exists independent of the material. First ideas don't have parts outside of itself like physical things, plus physical things can be destroyed. You can take a pencil and break it in pieces or you can rip a magazine to shreds, because physical things have parts that extend outside of itself. Ideas don't have these physical properties. They also can occupy the same space at the same time. I can lay in my bed and go over various ideas in the same place, this is not a physical property.

Ideas don't obey physical laws and this is why you can have ideas like Superman leaping over a building in a single bound or some other ideas of fiction that are outside of physical laws because ideas transcend the physical and they have an independent existence.