Does God have mass or is God purely spiritual, a massless mind?
Thank you for assuming I would be in a position to know such things.
Why would you believe anything I might say on such an enormous subject, or anything anybody said?
Well, for the sake of argument, one could propose that Dark Matter is the body of god and Dark Energy is the result of its quasi intelligence.
Personally I would argue against that , but it is an argument for which science has no ready answers either. This is why we call it Dark.
I am just trying to objectively discuss the possibility that what a lot of people call God may be have certain probabilistic mathematical qualities, which are as yet unknown to both theists and atheists alike.
As atheist, the one thing I most object to is the assertion that god is a motivated entity, which would imply a capacity for human-like emotion.
IMO, that is just plain hubris, and brings so much attendant garbage with such a notion, that agreement on that level becomes impossible.
When I was trying to envision a common denominator, I came up with an equation of what theist have named God is in fact an intuitive recognition of what David Bohm calls Universal Potential (That which may become reality) and the Implicate order which probabilistically forms from that Potential field and finally becomes expressed in part as our Reality, through the quantum function.
So, for sake of objective argument let’s posit this for falsification. At least this assigns not an intelligent, but an implied probabilistic aspect to the mathematical properties and values of the Wholeness (the universe). Max Tegmark proposes that the universe does not have some mathematical properties, but has only mathematical prperties