There is a God

IMG_9582.JPGThe grain structure of the Zero particles eliminates the need for Dark Matter, and eliminates the strangeness of Quantum Physics. Particle, wave duality is just a particle travelling through scalar particles. Action At A Distance is just the push force which is gravity, and now its local, and not at a distance. The fractals that are created by this particle stacking system relate to all of nature. So any shape, like human, or fish is part of this scalar fractal of infinite particles. Trees are a sort of inverted version of the fractal along with lightening bolts. You can spend years just going through all of the physics of life, and all based on Newton’s Kissing Problem.

       This repeats forever.

* Wikipedia..

Don’t Worry Be Happy

*Bobby McFerrin

Groundhog Day has been considered a tale of self-improvement which emphasizes the need to look inside oneself and realize that the only satisfaction in life comes from turning outward and concerning oneself with others, rather than concentrating solely on one’s own wants and desires. The phrase also has become a shorthand illustration for the concept of spiritual transcendence.[36][37] As such, the film has become a favorite of Buddhists[38][39] because they see its themes of selflessness and rebirth as a reflection of their own spiritual messages. It has also, in the Catholic tradition, been seen as a representation of Purgatory. It has even been dubbed by some religious leaders as the “most spiritual film of our time”.[40]

Theologian, Michael P. Pholey, writing for Touchstone Magazine, suggests that since “deciphering which” of the proposed philosophical and religious “interpretations is correct is no easy task, especially since” Harold Ramis “has ambiguous religious beliefs (he is an agnostic raised Jewish and married to a Buddhist)” and the film’s commentators “seem wedded to a single hermeneutical lens, forcing them to ignore contradictory data… A more fruitful approach, I suggest, would involve following all of the clues, clues that lead not only to religion but also to the great conversation of philosophy. Once we do so, Groundhog Day may be seen for what it is: a stunning allegory of moral, intellectual, and even religious excellence in the face of postmodern decay, a sort of Christian-Aristotelian Pilgrim’s Progress for those lost in the contemporary cosmos.”[41]

* I knew it all along.

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