Ask A Genius 335 – Science and Religion (5)

In-Sight Publishing Ask A Genius 335 – Science and Religion (5) October 29, 2017 [Beginning of recorded material] Rick Rosner: However, if you look at consciousness, this is kind of the second principle that I see that consciousness probably is technical but as principles or attributes, consciousness is an attribute of large-scale information sharing within the …

Continue reading Ask A Genius 335 – Science and Religion (5)

Ask A Genius 334 – Science and Religion (4)

In-Sight Publishing Ask A Genius 334 - Science and Religion (4) October 28, 2017 [Beginning of recorded material] Rick Rosner: Others I see pertaining to things that not only non-contradictory things can exist and non-contradiction becomes stronger with the more information you have in the system, and that the system was loaded with information is fuzzy. …

Continue reading Ask A Genius 334 – Science and Religion (4)

Ask A Genius 332 – Science and Religion (2)

In-Sight Publishing Ask A Genius 332 - Science and Religion (2) October 26, 2017 [Beginning of recorded material] Scott Douglas Jacobsen: The concepts of infinity, dynamics, relativity, and the quantum theory played and play big roles in science, so should in the interpretation of the theology too. Rick Rosner: The previous theories just extended from us …

Continue reading Ask A Genius 332 – Science and Religion (2)

Ask A Genius 331 – Science and Religion (1)

In-Sight Publishing Ask A Genius 331 - Science and Religion (1) October 25, 2017 [Beginning of recorded material] Scott Douglas Jacobsen: One of the main conflicts over time has been religion and theology, which comes from religion, and changes in the scientific framework of looking at the world, which is a refinement of the way you’re …

Continue reading Ask A Genius 331 – Science and Religion (1)

Ask A Genius 330 – No One Expects the Spanish Inquisition

In-Sight Publishing Ask A Genius 330 - No One Expects the Spanish Inquisition October 24, 2017 [Beginning of recorded material] Rick Rosner: The primal thought was the search of the generations of people and how it was interrupted. And to see the level of interruption is a real tough job for someone. There are many prejudges …

Continue reading Ask A Genius 330 – No One Expects the Spanish Inquisition

Ask A Genius 326 – Divinity and Human Exaltation

In-Sight Publishing Ask A Genius 326 – Divinity and Human Exaltation October 20, 2017 [Beginning of recorded material] Scott Douglas Jacobsen: What were we talking about? Ah yes, the future and comprehending the short, mid, and long-term. Rick Rosner: Yes, it was about the near, what is in the middle, and what is here to come. …

Continue reading Ask A Genius 326 – Divinity and Human Exaltation