A Conversation for Schrodinger's Cat
I Am Myriad Started conversation Jun 19, 2003
One of the defining characteristics of God is that He is Omnipresent. Therefore, God would be in the box with the cat.
The Dali Llama Posted Jun 19, 2003
So what If we put God in the box instead?
Blizita Posted Jun 19, 2003
But if God is Omnipresent, He would already be in the box as well as outside of the box so putting Him in the box would be redundent.
The Omniscient One Posted Jun 20, 2003
God is also omniscient, so wouldn't he already know if the cat was alive or dead?
Sea Change Posted Jun 20, 2003
Why does her knowing prevent the third state, ie both alive and not-alive. She is supernatural, and therefore presumably could percieve things without affecting them, if she chose. Perhaps God has no problem percieving and concieving of this portion of her creation.
I Am Myriad Posted Jun 20, 2003
I think I've opened up a can of worms (or a box of cats).
FordsTowel Posted Jun 21, 2003
I thought that God liked cats!? He sure made a lot of them.
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