We must find God in what we know, not in what we do not know

After the technology of exact prediction of the time, place and force of earthquakes was created, I moved on to the issue of BADs for victims of a radiation accident at the Fukushima nuclear power station-1. In the process of studying this issue, an idea arose about the prospects for the development of world energy at the expense of creation of thorium reactors on infrared lasers. Along the way, understanding came about the further development of computer science by switching information systems from binary solutions to ternary computers, and then the time for a new topic came.

The unsuccessful investment of all personal funds in earthquake forecasting technology led me to a financial collapse, as a result of which I found myself at the very bottom of society, where I had a chance to talk with religious and religious people. With most of them we talked about Jesus Christ, although sometimes there were admirers of Muhammad, Buddha, Baha'u'llah, Kalki, Moses and other God-chosen people. Among other things, we discussed how their organizations work, what their structure is, although sometimes this was perceived with suspicion and was regarded as an attempt to get into confidence and collect compromising information. I did not always understand the sources of caution of my interlocutors, because I did not talk with any secret extremists, but with followers of quite official religions, but I could not help feeling that these people did not finish something. At the same time, attempts to approach a particular religious question from a logical point of view were often perceived extremely hostile, with a feeling of some kind of personal insult. All this led to the fact that instead of communicating with religious apologists, I began to actively use Wikipedia in my search.

It was Wikipedia that replaced Bhagavad-gita, Torah, the Bible, the Koran and the Great Soviet Encyclopaedia. From a religious point of view, its main advantage is that it is not a project engraved by representatives of a particular religion, denomination or sect, and displays different points of view on a particular issue. And if I did not know something, I watched Wikipedia first (best in the English-language part), and then the rest of the Internet.

From all other encyclopedias Wikipedia differs also as the market differs from Gosplan. This is a single-level distributed network, in which everyone is the acting agent, the subject of this information network. And of course, the entire Wikipedia consists of a mass of biased articles, because its authors are people, each of whom has his own, absolutely subjective personal views on this or that phenomenon or process. And seeing before this a lot of views, every reader of Wikipedia can make up his own picture and develop a personal opinion.

And with the help of Wikipedia I began to search for the answer to the divine question. Having become acquainted with monotheism, polytheism, non-theism, pantheism, deism and other theisms, I realized that I personally was the closest thing to Ithism. Possessing my own mystical experience and peak experiences, I felt that there is God, but here is the information that I was informed about the existing religion, I was clearly not satisfied with the intuitive logic of the Seeker. Next, I learned about the "God of white spots", where I was particularly impressed by the quotation of Dietrich Bonhoeffer in one of his letters from the Nazi prison:

"We must find God in what we know, not in what we do not know". And I started looking for.