Elsewhere and Somewhere - Are they the same???

by Elsewhere 14 Replies latest jw friends

  • Elsewhere

    I am beginning to think that maybe Elsewhere and Somewhere are the same... at least statistically speaking...

    Somewhere can be either Here or Elsewhere. Giving that Here is but one point in the universe, and Elsewhere is every other point in the universe, that means that odds are, something will be Elsewhere.

    This means that 99.9_% (Repeating decimal of 9 - and therefore approaches 100%) of the universe is Elsewhere.

    If Elsewhere approaches 100% of the volume of the universe, that must mean that Somewhere IS in fact Elsewhere.

    What's more... if Elsewhere is 100% of the universe, that means that the Universe is composed of 100% Elsewhere, which in turn leads one to the only possible conclusion ... Elsewhere IS the Universe!!!

    OMG! If Elsewhere IS the Universe, then Elsewhere MUST be God!!!!!

    Edited by - Elsewhere on 3 February 2003 11:43:50

  • cruzanheart

    Okay, then I have God's jacket in my hall closet. Can I get a free ride to heaven if I take good care of it? And if Ladybug gets hold of it and chews it up will she have to go straight to hell? Enquiring minds want to know.


  • SpannerintheWorks

    I'm sorry, Elsewhere, but you cannot possibly be God as God cannot be the Universe due to the Cause And Effect Principle. If He is

    the cause of the Universe, then He cannot also be the effect of that cause; a detonated bomb "causes" an explosion (effect).

    Therefore, God HAS to be elsewhere.


  • SheilaM

    "I'm so dizzy my head is spinning ...like a whirlpool it never ends...."

  • Elsewhere
    Therefore, God HAS to be elsewhere

    This is exactly my point.

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