"I'm replying here to your omnipotence question, as we are at the limit of the intent levels.
Phenomenon is an undefined term, and all variables (e.g. x, y, z) are phenomena. Causes is also an undefined term, and is a two-place predicate…"
"This is in reply to Strega's post below.
As I found Deism defined here (but without an in-depth examination of the definition), it appears we have proven the Deity exists, per such definition, which I am calling God. As for Theism, the…"
My experiment is GOOD SCIENCE, not a "bar bet"! I'm not "inviting" Gallup's Mirror into a "bet." He (or perhaps she, but probably he) has no choice here, rather like the guinea pigs in a lab…"
"This is in reply to Strega's post below, which appears be at the limit of indentation on this forum, as there was no reply button.
The breathtaking mathematical results from about 1880 to the present, virtually all of which rest on predicate…"
"You and others in this forum seem to be saying in your writings (screaming actually), that you are unwilling to believe anything unless there is empirical evidence for it. You say you want "data." Accordingly, I am right now, via this post…"
"Why not stick with the truth and stop distorting the facts? The 9 videos can all be streamed FREE at lower resolution. Payment is ONLY if you want to DOWNLOAD a high-resolution copy. And the 2 Technical Papers, which contain the…"
"Thank you again, Gallup's Mirror, for your comment. I shall respond to your points one by one. >It's not my characterization. You'll have to take that up with Wikipedia.You quoted wikipedia, but I'm sure you realize ANYBODY…"
"Thank you, Gallup's Mirror, for your comment. I'm certain you are not a "crackpot," as you have characterized me, but I will not take offense. :)You make insightful reference to Hatcher's work, which was the inspiration for…"
"Thank you for your comment on my proof. I'm certain you are well intended, and a nice guy. However, I strongly disagree with most of what you wrote. And so, in the spirit of open debate, I respond as follows:You mentioned "Einstein's…"
"The First-Order Predicate Logic proof that God exists, as discussed in my comment above (see http://www.thegproof.org ), is patently *NOT* an ontological argument, is WHOLLY UNRELATED to any ontological argument, and it has NONE of the…"
"As for the Ontological argument mentioned in Emily DW's post, it dates back to Anselm of Canterbury (1033–1109), long before Decartes (1596–1650), and it dates forward to Kurt Godel (1906-1978), who formalized it using modal logic.…"