12 August 2007

I love my thoughts

I love my thoughts I love to think. It is not that spontaneous, vegetative and uninhibitable thoughts I mean. Our mind is a bazaar- a market place where one does not need permission to visit to sell and buy. Mind is never vacant and there is hardly any person who can claim that he can stop thinking. I am no to this process. But along with many of this world sometime I catch an idea and bring it down to the mind as a subject of interest-which I love to develop with thoughts. Only for this I have told that I love to think. Generally many a time when I wake up in the morning-something comes to my mind as an idea. These ideas relate to many fields –history, science, spirituality and many other matters of human interest. When it comes-it brings along with it a conviction of a truth. I continue to think over it and desperately seek to relate it to the facts of life and world to justify it as true to my mind. But I fail miserably as my learning and knowledge in the concerned field is shamefully poor. Being an ordinary educated person I can’t have the experts’ education to express my idea in the intricate and complex fields of Astrophysics, Philosophy, Genetics etc. Sometimes I feel sad that in spite of my conviction I can not establish my idea as a truth. I am just giving you an example. A few days ago a thought came to me about the Internet and the universe. I am just giving you the hints of that idea. What is a computer at all? It’s nothing but a device which is capable of computing and making logical or reasonable decisions at an enormous speed-billion times faster than human brain. In the late Sixties academic research was about to take a giant leap forward. The Advance Research Project Agency (ARPA) of MIT went on to implement what quickly became called the ARPAnet-the grandparent of today’s Internet. The researchers were enabled to share each others’ computers. Its chief benefit was the capability of quick and easy communication through electronic mail (e-mail). Initially the researchers’ computers were connected with communication lines operating at the stunning speed of 56 KB through telephone lines. The Internet and the World Wide Web (WWW) now enables people to write computer applications to communicate among the world’s hundreds of millions of computers. I write this simple and basic information to make my point which has no connection with computers and the Internet. But the Internet system is definitely a pointer for another fact or truth and its activities. In the Internet all people and all their creations are not separated by space and time at any point of their existence as conceive in material world. All exist-if they want to-simultaneously in a single point of time and without space. In the Internet we are all in a networking system only. The system itself does not require a physical world to stand on. We are transferred and moulded in the system. In the same way all the celestial bodies-as we conceive them are systematized data to form our mind or in our mind. We read them in time and space while there is nothing about Time and Space-they are non-existent. The question of finite and infinite do not stand at all then. But to a simple and logical mind there may appear justifiably many lapses and lacunas in my proposition. How and wherefrom the data come? But to understand this we require a two-way approach to this reality. For this I like to make a model of this system first. There must be an impulse (mechanical or otherwise as the reader likes to think of) that is transformed in millions of codes like the data of computers. Suppose all the computers of the world are open with all their data and applications and connected to all the computers of the world and they are given a command to act in a wild freedom –they will make millions of decisive conclusions and solutions of their own systems (this is hypothesis only-not analogy). As we have admitted the factor of a single impulse-the conclusive decisions of the computers as a whole can never contradict it. I have told you earlier that given the data a computer is a device “capable of computing and making logical decisions”. The word ‘logical’ is a very significant term in my idea. Firstly-as it follows a logic-there must be laws and rules in the created world-and nothing is contradictory to the other. But the most culminating significance of the term ‘logical’ lies in another way. Where is the role of Man in this system? We know that the task of computer is to conclude reasonably or logically. So in its very function a computer, if it had a mind, is satisfied-as it finds no barrier of illogicality. The absolute logicality is absolute freedom. Now the logicality of the whole system(or the impulse-in my proposition) is satisfied or reaches its logical destination-the Man. Man exists on the right side of the equation symbol. All the universe in the system of an impulse is nothing but innumerable data seeking Man for their approval. Do not bring in Einstein or Lord Buddha while reading it. It’s nothing but fantasy of my thought. But the corollary of my thought suggests creation belongs to Mind. The change in the nature of Mind may create another world for the comong Man

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