# God and Son

## Massematics

on January 10, 2013

This was an actual wordy formula (sum) that a god lover published.

The trouble with using maths when you have limited knowledge, is that you ending up proving only one thing; that if you can’t grasp simple maths, any understanding of the sciences (that will really help you understand the answers in life without the need of a mystic sky pixie), is really out of your grasp. Kind of highlights your position really.

Basic maths.
A sum has two sides. The bit to the left of the = sign and the stuff on the right of the = sign.

Both sides work out to the same answer. Both sides equal each other.

2=2
1+4=6-1
4+4=8
9=3+3+3
And so on.

In maths you can change things on one side of the sum, as long as you do the same to the other side. If you do this, both sides will still equal each other.

2+3 = 7-2

Each side equals the other. The answer here is 5.

If we add 2 to both sides, this happens:

2+2+3 = 7-2+2

Which makes both sides equal 7.

What you do to one side, you must do to the other.

So… The god sum…

We can shuffle items around in the sum… This is called transposition.

To help you see this, I shall use the wordy sum above a number sum, and I shall do the same to both sums so you can see what is happening…

God = 1. Truth = 2. Life = 3.

So…

God + Truth = Life
1 + 2 = 3

Both sides equal the same thing.

God + Truth – God = Life – God
1 + 2 – 1 = 3 – 1

Which becomes:
Truth = Life – God
1 = 3 – 2

Both sides still equal the same thing. Nothing has been removed, just transposed.

So life without god is truth.

Which is still rubbish, as these are just unquantifiable words, but it still shows that the original sum was both poorly thought out… and totally meaningless as it can’t be quantified.

Science, eh? Bummer.

Back to E=MC Hammer. Yeah, it’s a play on E=mc2.
It’s a famous…the famous theory of general relativity penned by the great Albert Einstein.

If you are lost at the thought of this general relativity formula, or what general relativity means, or quantum physics, unified relativity, quarks, photons and so on, then you really can’t argue for the existence of god, because you don’t have the knowledge to make a reasoned decision.

Here’s the great man, with a quote… And unlike many things floating about the Internet (I’m looking at you, Morgan Freeman )… I have included the proof… The source.

A letter from Einstein
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You don’t get that with the bible…

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### 2 responses to “Massematics”

1. rube mcrube says:

thank you for taking the time to explain addition. I wonder if you could include the “post” of the “god-lover” who wrote the “actual wordy formula” that you analyze in such detail. okthx.

• LB says:

I would, but it has come from ‘various sources’ now, and I cannot find the original. Much like the bible. You’re just going to have to ‘have faith’.

The explanation of addition is ‘quite obviously’ aimed at people that are not quite as mathematically ‘adept’ as you are.

But thanks anyway.