Time and Space and the Probability of Algorythmic Solutions
Time and Space and the Probability of Algorithmic Solutions
By Tony DeLorger © 2011
My head often feels like it spins faster than the earth revolves. Shame it moves in the same direction; if it were opposite maybe I could freeze time, give myself a spare breath. But alas I am my own victim, my thoughts often finding their own life, apart from me.
I have written before about creating circumstance with thought, something in which I personally believe and have proven time and again for myself. If you accept this theory that we create our world with our thinking, understand the quality and strength of individual thoughts give greater possibility for accurate physical manifestation. This idea has far-reaching possibilities.
Conclusive proof is more difficult to achieve because our thoughts are usually inept and indefinable. Thought forms have physical shape and colour and float around in the ethers until given a clear path to the physical world and manifest into their intended outcomes. However poor quality thoughts are often lost because they are not defined enough and end up fragments of conglomerated thought that dissipate without direction. However they can have a negative affect on quality forms by latching on and making their intent unclear and therefore without affect.
Imagine the collective thoughts of humanity, floating around in the ethers trying to find a path to physical fulfilment. The queue for a start would be astronomical; so how do thoughts come to fruition in that landscape? It is dependent on clarity, and strength and the presence of other thoughts that could by their nature help or cancel that thought. For example if many people want something to happen, the power of their cumulative thoughts would give greater chance of manifestation. That is why collective prayer has a positive affect and unfortunately it has nothing to do with God. However if you wanted something and your partner did not, the thought that would prevail would be the clearest and strongest; survival of the fittest if you will.
So in a global sense the complexity of what will and what will not happen is difficult to predict. But that’s the point. If indeed we had the technology to record and note all the thoughts and their quality related to one subject, one could in theory predict outcome. Based on that result we could write an algorithm and in a distant future be able to predict certain events.
As you can see this is not a simple science, but the premise holds far-reaching possibilities. In following this path of inquiry it may be possible to gain a far broader view of what happens in the world and why. It also has an impact on what we currently believe as far as God and the complexities of his creation and life in general. However overwhelmingly complicated in now seems, we could in no time at all have a handle on what has been seen as random events or omniscient intervention. Just think, a step forward in thought technology and an algorithm could undo centuries of belief and make human life seem much more ordered and meaningful from a scientific viewpoint.
I truly believe this will happen and it is my prediction that these technologies are just around the corner. Meanwhile, try to be more thoughtful about how and what you think about. It has an affect, good and bad. This will all fall into place one day. And remember who told you. Happy thoughts!