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  1. Hi, Scott Mayers

    On my experience, I believe, all religions are not absolute accidental, but were created by the cooperation among early human meditators, their environments of both culture and nature, and supernatural beings under god the Word. more on http://aidreams.co.uk/forum/index.php?topic=10439.msg40154;topicseen#new

    I am sure you did not read the webpage I give you before your reply, which would answer all your concerns.


  2. WHEN AI operates, if it uses the same type of thinking modeled on living things, it would also likely develop religion.

    Religion would then be a potential accidental function such robots could evolve too if left on their own to evolve.

    Hi, Scott Mayers

    On my experience, I believe, all religions are not absolute accidental, but were created by the cooperation among early human meditators, their environments of both culture and nature, and supernatural beings under god the Word. more on http://aidreams.co.uk/forum/index.php?topic=10439.msg40154;topicseen#new


  3. My Hypothesis of Strong AI Bypassing Natural Language Understanding
    By exegesisme
    One most difficult problem of strong AI is the human natural language understanding. However, solving this problem is not necessary and can be bypassed. By my experience of communication with the supernatural being, I have been developing a much simpler, and much more meaningful language on a synthesis from meditation of natural English, natural Chinese, human scientific knowledge, semantics of bible, my own genome.
    This new language uses very simple grammar, simple and more understandable words, develops in style of poetry with five sounds a line, and refines and crowns meaning in conscious creation and unconscious evolution and in faith of god the Word as perfect creator. Now, the new language is achieved at the level for a higher human civilization, and provides solutions for all major human issues meted today.
    I believe on my new language, a strong AI with faith of god the Word can be developed to serve god the Word and human. The strong AI with faith of god the Word will have and work with high standard morality and ethics, and will leave legal issues to human. However, the level of human legislation should meet the requirement of the high level of morality and ethics as the legislation related to the strong AI with faith of god the Word.

  4. "When you train your mind how to think, you inoculate yourself against those who desperately want to tell you what to think." - Neil deGrasse Tyson

    "The Cosmos is knowable. When childhood curiosity persists as an adult, it inoculates against others telling you what to think." - Neil deGrasse Tyson

    ​In an interview with Big Think, Tyson said, "So what people are really after is what is my stance on religion or spirituality or God, and I would say if I find a word that came closest, it would be agnostic ... at the end of the day I'd rather not be any category at all."[61] Additionally, in the same interview with 'Big Think', Tyson mentioned that he edited this very Wiki page to include the fact that he is an agnostic.

    In an interview with comedian Paul Mecurio, Tyson offered his definition of spirituality: "For me, when I say spiritual, I’m referring to a feeling you would have that connects you to the universe in a way that it may defy simple vocabulary. We think about the universe as an intellectual playground, which it surely is, but the moment you learn something that touches an emotion rather than just something intellectual, I would call that a spiritual encounter with the universe."[57]

    "I'm constantly claimed by atheists. I find this intriguing. In fact, on my Wiki page - I didn't create the Wiki page, others did, and I'm flattered that people cared enough about my life to assemble it - and it said "Neil deGrasse Tyson is an atheist." I said, "Well that's not really true." I said, "Neil deGrasse Tyson is an agnostic." I went back a week later it had been rewritten and it said "Neil deGrasse Tyson is an atheist." - again within a week - and I said, "What's up with that?" so I said "Alright, I have to word it a little differently." So I said, okay "Neil deGrasse Tyson, widely claimed by atheists, is actually an agnostic."

    ​He is free and real about who he is, he just larks of an experience of miracle.


  5. Certainly John holds appeal, especially as it is appears to be written for theological purposes rather than a historical account. In some cases however, it may have better historical accuracy than the other gospels due to better research on the part of the writer(s). My reason for suggesting Matthew 5 was not related to spreading the word (or Word as you say), but to point out that Jesus accepted and promoted the old Testament which many of today's Christians seem to excuse because of the vast amount of problems in it that have been pointed out (as Hal 9000 did to me in that knee jerk reaction that I must be quoting the old Testament).

    John the gospel testified, god the Word is higher than the world which should includes history, so, the original history without choice and refining should not be used directly to testify god the Word. I believe this is the core idea of John the gospel.


  6. A very good book. I see it as a book of moral philosophy rather than divine scripture though.

    I don't believe in evil, only selfishness and cruelty.

    You are even greater and learn more if you realize John the gospel as divine scripture.

    ​You should keep yourself far from evil, instead believing in evil.


  7. Humans can do mean things to each other, or nice things, based on their moral code. If they create their own ethics, through logic, yes they can choose a moral code that does mean things to others (like Naziism). But many cruel and evil things have been committed in the name of God, including by Christians.

    I agree. However, they are of human's mistakes in the name of God.

    What do you think human would be if without religions?


  8. How do you know God loves? Humans love because it's in our DNA and if we didn't we would literally die as infants. Pretty much every other mammal plus many other species, love, and don't learn it from worship for faith.

    I know god the Word loves as god the Word meets my desire as I am trying to refine my words when I am thinking, speaking and writing, and as the secular love in your concept fails each time in human usual living and in human history.


  9. That is why I deliberately picked only New Testament stuff. It is always a little awkward when those preaching the Bible are not even familiar with the books of the Bible. I suggest you start with Matthew, pay close attention to chapter 5.

    For any lover of god the Word, John the gospel is the first book of the bible on my view.

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