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I'm not avoiding, I'm reflecting.
What was there before God?
I do not know how or why the existence of anyone or anything is even possible. Nor will I pretend for a moment that I do, but that is the theory that I feel holds the most validity, and is one I will read up on tomorrow and come back with a good argument, but for now I am to tired to make sense, so I'm going to bed. I look forward to discussing this tomorrow.
I like the 'bounce theory', the proper name for it slips me, but it is a theory in which there always has been, is, and always will be existence, where gravity will pull things in tightly together, for an incomprehensible amount of time, before exploding, giving off the big bang, and was the push of the bang gradually fades, everything will be sucked in once more, and the cycle repeats.
I like this idea because it makes the universe seem flexible... Almost open to manipulation.
But the person chose to be buried for whatever reason, this question has made me ponder a bit, and I think I'd prefer to donate my organs and have the waste of my body thrown to the sea, so I could be of use to something.
I think it's the morality behind this that got me fired up, this is the wish of a deceased person's family, and probably one of the deceased themselves, and one which I feel should be respected and held with high regard.
A few sociologists and psychologists could probably come up with a fair prediction of who is likely to commit the crimes, but it's a matter of how to stop the crimes being committed I think, like the crimes are avoidable but the way of dealing with them is not yet known ... If that makes sense?