Binary Dimension Theology

SPOILER ALERT !!! – Binary Dimension Theory includes a perfectly believable framework for Heaven and Hell.

Exploring the intersection of God and Science is really cool, but you will rarely, if ever, find much written about it.

It is easy to find theological texts like the Bible and Koran, and easy to find geeky books on math and physics, but they are mutually exclusive in content.

We argue so much over simple stuff like gravity and energy, that nobody even dares to take on how God fits in.

We argue so much about faith that nobody tries to describe it in terms of math or physics.

Well, good news. You are in the right place.

If you spend much time in The Pool, the swimming elephant becomes overwhelmingly obvious.

It is best to have a good look at how God and science intersect, at least once, and file it away, because we will all see this elephant again, at the right time.

Theology is, at it’s roots, a Binary Theory.

Good vs Bad, Light vs Darkness, Heaven vs Hell, ( (Insert your name for God here) vs ( Insert your name for Satan here)). Every belief system includes this binary construct, at least all that I have come in contact with.

So the question becomes, how do the Dimensioned and the Undimensioned fit into theology at all?

Let us loosely recap both binary pieces.

The Undimensioned is  unbounded, The Dimensioned is bounded by, well, Dimension.

The Undimensioned’s identity is anybody’s guess.  My best guess is that it is the superset of the pair, which implies that it is the wellspring of The Dimensioned.

The Dimensioned’s identity, on the other hand, is plainly obvious. It is filled to the gills with near absolute zero temperatures, absolute vacuums, oh, and stars and quasars and magnetars and black holes and other incredibly hot stuff that burns forever. Gee that sounds familiar.

So the elephant in the pool looks like this:

The Undimensioned is God, and the Dimensioned is where God manifests as observable stuff in all the forms our senses can detect, and more.

So does that mean that a version of Hell is in the neighborhood? Maybe. The earth’s upper crust, which is not far beneath your feet, is a tepid 3000 degrees farenheit. Near Absolute Zero hovers just miles above our heads. Do the math.

Enough of that thinking. Too disturbing.

Please note,  the Higgs Gate is a pivotal piece of Binary Dimension Theology, because it defines the boundary between the conditions we could interpret as Heaven and the conditions we would surely interpret as Hellish. And, because every unit of dimension is tethered to a Higgs Gate, we are connected to God all the time. It is pretty much what the Church people talk about, although they offer it as blind faith. How they actually got it right is beyond me.

Honestly, the direct connect to God is the coolest part of Binary Dimension Theory.

Oh, but be careful. It also means that the conditions we associate with Satan are in our dimensioned neighborhood, but you probably already figured that out.

Binary Dimension Theory is fundamental to my faith, and it could be fundamental to yours too, if you learn to swim in the The Pool. No blind faith required.

It just makes sense.

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