There Is a God, Chaos Equation & Being Ant-worthy

One More Proof that There Is a God (by Himangsu S. Pal): Now it may be true that there is indeed a God, or it may not be true. If it is true that there is a God, all the non-beliefs of all the atheists on earth will not be able to make Him non-existent and unreal even for a single fraction of a second. God will still exist defying all the non-beliefs of the atheists on earth. Similarly we can say that if it is true that there is no God, then all the beliefs of all the theists on earth will not be able to make Him existent and real. In this essay, I show one more proof that there is indeed a God.

Relation of the Chaos Equation to God Perceived by Pascal, Nietzsche & Nightingale (by Hideaki Yanagisawa): There is no reported equation that explains God. Evolutionary theory and many methods for rearranging thoughts were explained by the chaos theory. In this article, I explain God by a variable of a chaos equation as done in other previous studies. A representative chaos equation is given by Y(n+1) = p[1-Y(n)]Y(n). This equation has fixed and chaotic answers depending on the value of “p”. Continuous covariation is a necessary condition for the occurrence of chaotic phenomena. “Living” is a chaotic state because it follows continuous covariation with the environment. I contend that God perceived by Pascal, Nietzsche, and Nightingale can be explained by a relationship between fixed and chaotic answers. In living phenomena, time is a direction from a chaotic to fixed state and of decreasing entropy over time. Only the living function of creatures can decrease entropy. However, entropy increases over time in physical phenomena. Living creatures can recognize the time course as the opposing directions of entropy changes. In addition, they understand the direction of decreasing entropy beyond a Feigenbaum point as the power of God. Therefore, God can manifest as a process of decreasing entropy beyond a Feigenbaum point.

Being Ant-worthy (by Mehran Banaei): To identify best practices and to maximize performance in our workplace environment we can learn far more from humble tiny insects than from top paid management consultants. In this perspicuous way of looking into the natural world, by possessing and inculcating within ourselves the approach of the ants, being conscious of all our capabilities and limitations, the possibilities of tremendous improvements in all human endeavors are endless.