NF5. Which evidence confirms claims of the philosophy of totalizm...
@ Dr. Ing. Jan Pająk

NF5. Which evidence confirms claims of the philosophy of totalizm formulated on basis of findings of the Concept of Dipolar Gravity, that "the reason for which God created people is easier, safer, faster, and more accurate getting to know Himself, as well as the increase of knowledge and perfection of God"

In previous subsection it was explained that the getting to know Himself and the increase of His knowledge, is the main reason why God created the physical world and man. Of course, totalizm developed this tradition, that whatever it states it always provides also for this the appropriate evidence and logical deductions which reveal in what manner and on what basis totalizm reached a given conclusion. This is so, because only through presenting evidence in support of its claims and also presenting the logic behind its deductions, totalizm is able to give to its followers the possibility to verify the truth of its statements. So let us now carry out the review of logics and evidence that stands behind the statements of the philosophy of totalizm that "God created man in order to increase the knowledge of God - especially this part of knowledge which portraits the God's own attributes and behaviours".
1. Our knowledge of so-called "relative imperfection" of God. Because the comprehensive understanding of it is also a prerequisite for understanding and acceptance of explanations from this volume, I am going to summarise here briefly what is the essence of this "relative imperfection" of God. Let us begin from the primitive concept-word of "imperfection". This highly imprecise concept was introduced by people in order to describe some people and some products of human activities. As such, it is highly inadequate for describing the superior being of the universe, whose knowledge is so immense, that this being was able to create every atom, every heavenly body, and every living creature of the universe. Unfortunately, this is the only concept-word that we have so far, as people did NOT develop yet a similar word which would be appropriate to describe God. Therefore, in order to describe God I use the modified term "relative imperfection". This modified terminology does NOT mean at all that God is imperfect - in the same way as imperfect can be some people. It only means that the knowledge of God still is subjected to improvements as time elapses. Therefore, if this knowledge is estimated in comparison (i.e. "relative") to the knowledge of God, estimated - let's say, after another million years have elapsed, then it is going to turn out that the knowledge of God was increased in the meantime. In other words, this "relative imperfection" means, that if we compare God to man, or even to all people taken together, than God is going to turn out almost infinitively more "perfect" than people. But if the same God in the state of His knowledge from today, we compare to this God in the state of His knowledge that is to appear after, let's say, one million of years, then it is going to turn out that today God is "relatively imperfect". The consequence of this "relative imperfection" of God is the need that God continually increases His knowledge.
2. A kind of knowledge that God does NOT know yet. If we try to describe what God already knows, then our list would be infinitively long, and probably still would miss various vital items. Even if we describe only what God knows in addition (and above) to what is known to all people taken together, still the knowledge listed e.g. in the Biblical "Job" 38:4-27 would turn out to be a small droplet in a huge ocean. So in general we could state that God knows everything about which He is aware that it can be known. In other words, "God does NOT know only this knowledge, about which He still does NOT know that it can be learned". But in order to learn "what He still does NOT know", God needs someone to realise to Him that this something can also be learned. This function of "hinters what God still does NOT know" is to be performed by people. It is just for this purpose that God created people, so the humans would keep realising to Him what He still does NOT know. In turn when people hint to God (usually in an unaware manner - means just by a "pure coincidence") that He still does NOT know something, then God finds methods and manners to learn this. So after certain time elapses God already begins to know it. Such a process of hinting to God that something requires learning, and subsequent learning this by God, is continuous. In this manner, due to the inspiring functions of people, God continually increases His knowledge.
3. The human knowledge about "modelling and simulation". Another group of confirmations that "God really created the man to be able to increase His knowledge - especially the knowledge about Himself", are findings of human scientists on the subject of so-called "experimental modelling and simulation". Namely, if people wants to learn exactly attributes of an object, then typically they make so-called "model" of this object, then they "simulate" various situations to which this real object is (or is going to be) subjected in the real life. Then people watch how this "model" behaves in subsequent kinds of such simulated situations. From the real life we know jolly well, that "the most difficult is to get to know oneself". So if we relate the above to God, then it becomes apparent that God wants to learn well about Himself, but is aware that getting to know oneself is extremely difficult. Therefore God created man as a kind of "model" for Himself - means created man "on his image and similarity". In turn now He subjects this "model of Himself" to various simulated situations, in order to be able to get to know Himself better.
4. Statements of the Bible. As this was explained in chapter NC from this volume, the Bible is a kind of "autobiography" which God gave to people so that people could get to know Him better. In this "autobiography" God indirectly confirms that in fact the reason for which He created man is knowledge - especially learning by God about Himself. Verses in the Bible, in which God confirms this fact, are Acts 17: 24-25, quote: "The God who made the world and all things in it, since He is Lord of heaven and earth, does not dwell in temples made with hands. Neither is He served by human hands, as though He needed anything, since He Himself gives to all life and breath and all things." Expressing the essence of the above quotation in other words, God does NOT need anything material from people, but otherwise, it is Him who gives to people everything that humans need. But because God needed to have a reason for which He created man, this reason is a different kind than gaining temples or other material goods from people. What is this reason, God indirectly suggests this in another place of the Bible, namely in "Genesis" 1:27 God states, quote: "So God created human beings, making them to be like Himself, He created them male and female." So if we translate this verse into present scientific language, it turns out that God created a "model of Himself" in the form of man. In turn the only reason for which an intelligent being creates "models", is to learn the behaviour of these models in specific situations, and later deducing from the behaviours of these models, how behaves the object which is represented and reflected by these models. So the model of God in the form of "man" is to serve God for a better learning mechanisms that rule over the behaviour of God Himself.
5. Extrapolation of Wiśniewski regularities. Almost everything that is slightly more complex, God formed into kinds of pyramidal structures and organisations. Examples of these include the so-called "periodic table of the elements" - and the composition of subsequent chemical elements illustrated by this table, or the so-called "Cyclic Table" described in chapter B from monograph no 2 from the series [1/5] - and regularities in the development of propulsion systems that are illustrated by this table. Various regularities which are embedded into such pyramidal structures already were noticed and utilised by numerous researchers - including into this number also a researcher of the Polish origin, named Wiśniewski. This Wiśniewski noticed that there is a high regularity with which every higher level of existence "nourishes itself" with products earned by a lower than itself level of existence. For example, us people have the opportunity to watch in action on everyday basis as many as 3 different levels of existence that surrounds us. These are (1) chemical elements from which our planet is composed, (2) the world of vegetation, and (3) the world of animals and people. Also as we know, each lower of these levels of existence is unable to notice the existence of the level that is higher than itself. For example, chemical elements (1) are unaware of the existence of vegetation (2), in turn vegetation (2) are unaware of the existence of animals and people (3). But chemical elements (1) form various compounds and substances which later are "eaten" by vegetation (2). In turn these vegetation (2) form various complex organic compounds which subsequently are "eaten" by animals and people (3). So if the above regularity we extrapolate further, then it indicates that also animals and people (3) earn something - that is later "eaten" by some higher level of existence which neither animals nor people are able to notice. Of course, this higher level of existence is God. In turn the only product which God is able to allegorically "eat" is the knowledge which people and animals generate during their lives. Everything else, apart from the knowledge, God is able to generate Himself, so in order to acquire it He does NOT need to create people nor animals. In order to summarise the above, although the extrapolation described here is explained with the use of rather simplistic terminology and deductions, still it additionally confirms with the logical proof the findings of the philosophy of totalizm discussed here that "God created people in order to more effectively increase His knowledge".
6. NDE - "Near-Death Experience". In a significant proportion of so-called "Near- Death Experience", people who went through the clinical death describe their meeting and discussion with God - Who after the death shows Himself usually in the form of a beam of light. In this first talk to a dying person God almost always stresses the importance and significance of learning and accumulating knowledge. Reports which reveal this significance which God places on knowledge, are contained in practically every book that describes "Near-Death Experience". Thus from these reports clearly stems that for God the increase of knowledge is the most vital reason for which He created people.
7. Situations and experiences to which people are subjected. If one analyses thoroughly what happens to people, then it always turns out that many situations and experiences to which people are subjected, are NOT fruiting with anything beneficial for humans. So these situations and experiences God most clearly simulates in order to get to know Himself much better. Their examples include: mosquitoes and other blood-sucking creatures, suffering, wars, depriving people the certainty that God does exist, cheating on people, stupid political leaders, persecutions, so-called "curse of inventors" described in subsection NG5.5 from this volume, and many others. In fact if these experiences do NOT exist, the humanity still would develop and increase its knowledge - sometimes even faster that presently (especially with the existence of the "curse of inventors", stupid leaders, or mosquitoes). This is because the majority of destructive experiences does NOT teach people anything! (As a perfect example for this consider "wars" which people carry out from the beginnings of time and still did NOT learn anything from them.) It is known that everything that happens to people God controls with an "iron hand". So if we consider more thoroughly these destructive situations and experience, if God eliminates them completely, then it would have only beneficial for people consequences. This in turn means, that such destructive situations and experience are served to people by God not for the good of these people, but mainly because God wants to learn something from them.

From the practice we know, that if any intelligent creature puts a lot of attention, work, and troubles into something, then this creature has vital reasons for doing this, which (reasons) can be defined and described. It is known that in order to create man, to give to people religions and to teach them to seek knowledge and to behave morally, to rule intentionally over the fate of humanity, and finally to justly judge lives of people, God puts in these a huge amount of attention, work, and troubles. So it dopes NOT require a genius to deduce, that God does all these for some extremely vital reason. The philosophy of totalizm determined, that this reason is to "increase knowledge". Of course, because e.g. the need to "keep people in the lack of certainty about the existence of God" - as described in subsection NG2.1 from this volume, and also because of several other reasons, God Himself cannot appear on the sky and explain to us that the increase of knowledge is what He is after. Therefore, let us hope, that the evidence and logical justifications provided in this item, convinced the reader that "seeking knowledge" is in fact the true goal of all efforts of God. As this is going to be explained in the next item below, the awareness of this fact is able to transform completely our lives.

=> NF6.
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