MADPRIEST’S THOUGHT FOR THE DAY

According to people who know about such things, there is not enough observable matter in the universe to account for the gravitational behaviour of the universe. In fact, we can’t account for 80% of the matter that should be out there. They call this “dark matter.”

Some theorists propose that this dark matter exists in dimensions that we cannot see.

If that which we call “spiritual” exists it will consist of something, otherwise it won’t exist. WHAT IF the dark matter of the universe exists in that dimension the religions call “heaven.”

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MADPRIEST’S THOUGHT FOR THE DAY — 3 Comments

  1. Or, what if in addition to matter and energy being mutually convertible, consciousness is also convertible to matter and energy (and back). Then dark matter could be consciousness.

    Or, what if general relativity is inaccurate on a galactic scale, and there is no dark matter.

  2. Nope.

    Even if the “dark matter” is only scientifically conceivable (not empirically proven), that’s still too much.

    To paraphrase the Taoists, “The heaven that is scientifically conceivable, is not the Constant Heaven.”