It's gotta be at least 1 G Dietybytes. Every name, face and bad deed. Every second of everyone's existence, Every text message, every thought. God IS everywhere. I guess we all have serial numbers. Maybe DNA is just a ID barcode. We need a YHWHleaks. Being omniscient, poor god can't forget anything. He can forgive, but not forget. Bummer.

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He might be omnipresent but does he have a website? I feel sorry for his IT dept. having to back up all that data. Imagine queuing up on the day of judgement and being asked…”Ermm, who are you again” because of a database corruption. Make sure to keep the log files on a separate partition!!

Is a Gdb one billion dietybytes or 1,024,000,000 dietybytes?

INSERT INTO WORLD.CHURCH(church_name, followers, aggravating) VALUES('Catholic Church', 1300000000, 0);

INSERT INTO WORLD.CHURCH(church_name, followers, aggravating) VALUES('Westboro Baptist Church', 73, 1);

int N,i;

#DEFINE POPULATION = 8,000,000,000

for (i = 0; I < POPULATION+1; i++)
     if (subject(i) == atheist)



     return 0;

Though god does seem to have some serious psychological  hangups with forgiving anybody anything at all.

I was a little constipated this morning. Did he watch and record me taking a crap?

Yes, he gets off on that kind of stuff.

Maybe 'god' does not need a database. Since 'he is everywhere', I expect this also means 'he is at every time'. For 'him' he could just play out the time line like a nice perfectly secure, infinite density, recording, of every crazy, pointless, important, and embarrassing event at 'his' leasure. Sadly, since he also should have an infinite bod-rate, he has already finish his 'job', decided what to do about it, and taken a permanent vacation. The rest is just waiting for the recording to catch up with us 'bugs in temporal amber' to notice.

Damn, I think I just made a great case for Deaism... (Sorry for spelling.....'God' will take care of that latter  ;p)  )     

And if god is indeed omnipresent does that mean he has to be in hell?

Yes, generally, and a few other less pleasant places....

Which then comes to the $10 x10^32 question:

What if the 'answer' demands that we have 10 x10^33 brain cells to understand it?

I am shooting for a few less.....;p)



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