A3. The hunger for knowledge as the propelling force of creation
@ Dr. Eng. Jan Pająk

A3. The hunger for knowledge as the propelling force of creation
Motto of this subsection: "Knowledge induces hunger of even greater knowledge."

After the thinking component of God came to existence, He learned how to control the behaviours of this liquid and constantly moving counter-matter in the memory of which He resided. Because He was a "Word", means an "algorithm" or a "program" - i.e. the pure form of knowledge, a hunger in Him emerged to gather even a greater knowledge. Unfortunately, until that time He already learned everything that on His own subject was to be learned at that time. In turn, apart from Himself, there was nothing else to learn in the entire universe. Furthermore, the lone existence induced in Him the longing for creating from the same counter-matter in memory of which He resided, some other creatures which would be similar to Him and had an intelligence, but which would be inferior in comparison to Him - so that He would NOT need to compete with them and fight with them. In this way an idea was born in God, to create a highly imperfect man, which would commit sufficiently many mistakes to allow both God and himself to learn continually. Thus, the major goal of creating such a man was to increase the knowledge of God. But in order to be able to place this man somewhere, and also in order to develop additional knowledge that was necessary to create humans, God needed to initiate His act of creation from establishing the physical world first, and only then He could create the first man.
From our religions originates the belief, that God knows everything and that He is so perfect that He does NOT need to learn anything. But this belief is true only partially. Namely, God is almost perfect, only when He is compared with humans. He also knows almost everything only if his knowledge is compared to the knowledge of imperfect humans that He created. But His knowledge also has limits, and thus God chose and decided that He still needs to learn continually. God does NOT keep secret this fact and actually He is admitting it in the Bible which He inspired (and thus which He indirectly authorizes). Namely, in the Biblical Genesis, verses 18:20-21, God admits openly that He does NOT know everything (this verse is discussed, amongst others, in item #M1 from the totaliztic web page named "evolution.htm", and in item #B4 from the web page "will.htm"). This verse states, quote: 'Then the LORD said, "The outcry against Sodom and Gomorrah is so great and their sin so grievous that I will go down and see if what they have done is as bad as the outcry that has reached me. If not, I will know".' (NIV) From these verses it clearly emerges, that God did not know the full scope of the "goings on" in Sodom and Gomorrah at that time, except what He had heard. So He was going to "go down" and find out the facts for Himself, then, He said, "I will know". The first information for us that the above verses clearly indicate, is that "God increases His knowledge continually". After all, as those verses above state it, if God initially doesn't know something, then God knows something - this is an "increase of knowledge". The second information for us that the above verses also clearly reveal, is that God does NOT "know everything". Again, as those verses above from the book of Genesis show to us, God at times chooses NOT to know certain things. Thus "God choose not know all things all the time", thereby having the potential to increase His knowledge at times. In other words, "God does NOT know everything" and thus He decided or choose that He needs to continually increase His knowledge.
If we attempt to define what God knows and what still does not know, then it would turn out that God can learn only what he is aware that it can be learned. In turn the knowledge about the existence of which God is still unaware, remains hidden from Him. So the major obstacle in the God thirst for knowledge, is the lack of awareness what else can be identified and learned. Thus God needs continuous inspiration - means someone like people, who is to continually make Him aware what else He could learn. In turn for such inspiration be possible, God needs helpers. His helpers in the increase of His knowledge are people whom He created especially for this purpose.
There is an illustrative comparison which reflects this need of God to continually be inspired of what else can be learned. Namely, the still unexplored by God area of unknown resembles a "black mass" inside of which hides a complicated "white skeleton of knowledge". So in order this "white skeleton of knowledge" is revealed to eyes of God, there is a need for a sworn of laborious ants, which are to pounce onto this "black mass of unknown" and gradually "eat" all shadows which hide the knowledge. People are performing for God just such a role of "sworn of laborious ants" which gradually reveal a complicated skeleton of knowledge hidden inside of the black mass of unknown.
Explaining the above on an example of history of humanity, then e.g. ancient people did not build a gun or a glider simply because they had no awareness yet, that such a gun or a glider can exist. In other words, in order to increase one's knowledge in any area, one firstly needs to be aware that such an area of knowledge does exist at all. So if this finding we extrapolate to the situation in which is God, then in order God is able to continually increase His knowledge, firstly people must exist whom are able to realise to God that such new areas of knowledge do exist at all - so that God then can increase His knowledge in these areas.

=> A3.1.
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