Thursday, October 26, 2017

"Who then can be saved?" - Perfection and Uncertainty of God

Around the National Diet Bldg., Tokyo

Perfection and Uncertainty of God

Einstein didn't think that the minimum physical entities, elemental particles. follow the uncertainty principle.

But the quantum physics proves that the uncertainty principle is effective and truthful.  You cannot measure precisely two physical parameters, for example, position and kinetic momentum, in a system at the same time.  Einstein said looking at the moon, "Loot at the moon.  Its position and kinetic momentum are specified."  But some Japanese scientist thought, "How foolish Einstein is!"

For human eyes and science, the uncertainty principle might be true.  But for God, there might be no uncertainty.

For example, the position of an electron in an atom can be only grasped based on probability for human eyes.  But God might know precise results of applying probability to electron's position.

If some phenomenon looks occurring randomly, God might still know how the randomness works.  Only the mankind don't have means to see results of applying randomness to physical phenomena.

Einstein was a Judaist who admits that God is almighty.  There is nothing impossible for God.  But Christians see that Christ Jesus, regraded as God, lived like a man and got killed for complicated or unknown reasons.  At the bottom of Christians' minds, they might think that there is something that is beyond our imagination and God might even let uncertainty penetrate into some phenomena. 

Christ Jesus looked like confused by his fate of being crucified, although the Christian mythology tells that Christ Jesus knew His fate beforehand.  But, at the beginning of His mission, Christ Jesus never revealed His fate to disciples.  His death on the Cross might have been in uncertainty till a certain moment of His mission.  Christian scientists can accept the theory that God allows uncertainty.

If something occurs randomly for human eyes, God might hold a random number list along which randomness occurs, although in principle of human science randomness can be only explained through probability.

God must be perfect, which Einstein must believe.  Judaism must be simple.  So, Christianity needing complicated theology, mostly worked out by the Vatican, might have to be corrected.       

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Mar 10:26 And they were astonished out of measure, saying among themselves, Who then can be saved?
Mar 10:27 And Jesus looking upon them saith, With men it is impossible, but not with God: for with God all things are possible.