# New: Mathematical Proof of the Existence of God: click here. Absolute Reasoning

##### by Dr. Bob Benchoff, November 12, 2002AD

CONTENTS:

Introduction.

Bias.

Unity.

Proof.

Relativity.

New Definition.

Absolutivity.

Math.

Good.

Non-relativity.

Benefits.

Knowledge.

Reliability.

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INTRODUCTION.

The Absolute Reasoning Hypothesis inherently deals with imperceptible values. Such is not to disclude that which is tangible, or even merely perceptible, such as realized, yet unseen, energy.

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BIAS.

Historically, a great division arose in the thinking of the people as a whole. This division came to be known as the separation of church and state, as proffered by Thomas Jefferson, statesman, third US President, and a Founding Father.

Prior to that, this division line of thought existed between science and the church, as proffered by Galileo Galilei, Italian astronomer and physicist 1564-1642.

Galileo held that all knowledge is perceived, while the church held divine knowledge comes from God creating knowledge.

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UNITY.

The flaw in the unity line of reasoning was due to a realizable logic dilemma. Galileo was right as far as people could perceive, yet because each and every person individually and/or collectively, cannot perceive something, that does not automatically mean it is impossible.

Nonetheless, as people necessarily agree (and/or agree to disagree), such as for example in order to have a definition, then we find the Galileo catchphrase concept correct within the bounds of the perception context (Reference: "definitions" discussion toward the bottom of the page).

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PROOF.

The proof for the hypothesis that knowledge can exist beyond measurable perception exists in many forms. One such proof is the fact that the whole is greater than the sum of it's parts.

Another proof involves the concept of dividing infinity by zero. Another proof involves the concept of one, such as one as compared with what, as if one was somehow totally separate from all else: if so then it is not perceptible.

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RELATIVITY.

To quickly and easily show a clear illustration of Absolute Reasoning for you, consider Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity. Let's just use lay language and say Energy is equal to Fast Matter, E=M.

That formula contains the idea of relativity, and relativity contains the idea of perceptibility; which some people call "That which is provable."

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NEW DEFINITION.

Anything that does not fit into the E=M formula is not relative by formula definition. If there is any such thing, it would therefore fit into non-relativity, which counterpart to relativity theory is the Theory of Absolutivity.

Such Theory of Absolutivity cannot simply contain chaos (Reference: optimized science and overwhelming force discussion) or it would lack the attributes of a theory by definition.

Therefore Absolutivity Theory must contain otherwise nonquantifiable qualities, as a minimum.

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ABSOLUTIVITY.

For explanation clarity let us now work backwards from the conclusion (or per lay language "Just tell me the answer.") to easily reveal the logic path while minimizing conjecture.

From a random background good emerges for no discernable reason, no perceptible impetus, and no cause for the effect (unless otherwise provided as not derived from perception).

As per a previous reference creation emerges. In other words, from a random background, good spontaneously happens.

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MATH.

Part of the good that emerged according to Absolutivity Theory is perception or relativity.

So Absolutivity Theory includes Relativity Theory.

Absolutivity Theory is Relativity Theory, plus (chaos, minus that part of chaos which is non-good in this context). The sense of this definition of good being that which is of purpose.

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GOOD.

Traditionally speaking, the closest science and/or government has come to quantifying good, may be best stated in juror selection.

Beyond the Relativity Theory, the church has volumes on good, in great detail. Any quantification of Absolutivity Theory would surely find useful resources here.

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NON-RELATIVITY.

Including that which can be contained within the Absolutivity Theory, minus that which can be contained within the Relativity Theory, we find that which we can refer to as Imperceptible Good, IG.

IG is that which in part supports and/or serves as a foundation for Relativity Theory, and in part serves in other way(s). As a whole, IG is for the glorification of God. So that which is exclusively chaotic does not fit into IG.

As more is revealed and becomes known, constituents of chaotic increasingly are found to be of good value (compare how properly processed venom becomes serum), and therefore there will no longer be found any place for the idea of chaos.

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BENEFITS.

Scientists, government, individuals, and people as a whole benefit from usage of this Theory of Absolutivity. Vicarious to referencing previously scientifically unfounded beliefs, scientists can now reference an optimized logical pattern of data, formulated into one unique usable unity solution.

The purpose includes many facets, such as those noted in the Bible Book of Amos. And while we are not able to quantify the qualities of this Absolutivity Theory, we can quantify their respective realms by delimiting their regions, applications, activities, and similar. By so doing, we can mathematically set fixed points of reference and establish trend analysis.

Also, by forward or reverse reasoning, we can utilize Relativity Theory interchangeably with Absolute Theory: to figure one from the other.

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KNOWLEDGE.

To gain absolute knowledge we have to prepare, much the way a student studies for a test, or much the way a gas cap has to be removed in order to put gas into a tank.

This is not to say you will perceive a reaction according to your action. Therefore, logically the maximum number of preparations should be made.

Per Relativity, this would be the largest reasonable number. Per Absolutivity, this would be the largest number; per Absolutivity, inclusive is a leap of faith: (and that is reasonable per Absolutivity Theory).

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RELIABILITY.

A theory must satisfy repeatability concerns.

Reference Amos Chapter 3, for instance. Verse 5 and associated verses ask the reader if things act without cause. Verse 7 explains the cause(s), and hence the Theory of Absolutivity was written.

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How to become a Prophet: relativity, absolutivity, and enlightenment.

ICCDBB Logical Sermons.