On Tue, 25 Nov 2003 17:05:50 GMT, "Dio" <dadaismo at tin.it> wrote:
>>Wolf Kirchmeir ...
>>You can prove anything if you choose your premises appropriately. The
>>difficult trick is to show that your premises are reasonable assumptions.
>>>1. Consciousness is produced by brain(CNS) and so on.
>>2. A deity MUST be conscious, aware of itself.
>>That are the premises.
>>Can you say why those premises are not good for you?
>Can you demonstrate that #1 and #2 are false?
>Once you propose a deity, you are automatically beyond the laws of
science. If a deity is a material being that obeys all the laws of
physics, then it is not supernatural. It is simply another
manifestation of the natural.
1. Consciousness may be produced by "brain". That does not mean that
it could not be produced by something else.
2. A deity must have powers, but we cannot assume they conform to our
materialistic notions of consciousness. A deity may have knowledge
and awareness due to some spiritual or other-worldly or whatever
3. This is extreme silliness. You were told that, yet you persist.
If you continue, please remove bionet.neuroscience from the postings.