Monday, July 18, 2011

On the existence of God as an omniscient being

El sufrimiento de la humanidad post-singularity will be that of the limitations of the knowledge, all desire will be to know, and all intentionality will be directed to that goal. Hence the sufering of not being an omniscient God: the asymptotic convergence to omniscience will be overwhelmingly slow and distressing. If ever we know everything, and/or are capable of anything conceivable, there will be extinction of the thirst of knowledge, extintion of the ultimate desire and hence no suffering, but also no reason to act, or think, or being. So... does God exists? If a proto-god existed, when he became one he probably dropped the need to do so...


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