PRLog - Sep. 5, 2014 - How did we arrive on this planet? What are we doing here? What is to become of us? Specifically, how did the Big Bang lead eventually to civilized life? What is now driving our behavior here on earth? Has biological evolution run its course and, if so, will it give way to evolution of the human mind? As such, a higher intelligence – a super being – could emerge in time out of that emotional and mental space occupied by all the hearts and minds on the planet communicating with one another through their super computers and the internet. The implications of such a development are profound for the human race and its Gods and their promise of immortality.
God in the Time of the Internet
The idea of the Trinity, which emerged from early Christendom almost 2,000 years ago, seeks also to address these questions, in its own way: the first with the concept of the Father, the generator and creator, the second with the Son, who showed us how to behave; and the third with the Holy Spirit, the “Comforter”
While acknowledging the contributions of religion and philosophy, the author approaches his subject from the point of view of the scientist.
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About the Author
Phillip Shirvington earned a Master of Science degree from the University of Sydney, and subsequently worked as a nuclear scientist, publishing some 30 scientific papers, and serving for a time as a nuclear diplomat in Washington.
Phillip has lived in three countries and worked in six; and now lives in San Francisco.
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Keywords: Creation, Meaning of Life, Mind, Immortality, Life, Humanism, Evolution