I’ve resolved two positions. G-d Paradox; Prisoner Loop.

I’ve resolved two positions in theory. which took me a long time to think about and theorize about – just with my mind. I think a better equipped, more educated person, well versed in the law, and in ethics, might have been in a better position to theorize about morality and ethics and logic.

I suppose that my solutions are paradoxical and i’ve developed an infinite loop theory. I’m inspired by programming and video games where the solution is often unethical, but resolvable with the right data.


The G-d paradox
and The Prisoner Loop.

In the God Paradox, I ask the voices in my head to accept that I am G-d. They either accept all parameters, or else I am not g-d at all. We move to the next solution.

A prisoner warns me: “please release the prisoner.” Am I that prisoner in the future, asking myself in the past, present or future to release myself? This one question to you. For, certainly I am inept. Is it an infinite loop where prison is inevitable?

Am I conditioned to be a prisoner in my own mind? Is the solution metaphorical?

Pretty basic stuff here. I wonder why I get caught up in the God / Opposed position that often. Once you design it, it’s rather simple to just be opposed and create art. Why not be in the Not God / Opposed position more often? I think all this data is humorous.

Delight me with another word equation, which is a neologism. For I am very ill. (I said this to nobody but myself and shall probably receive several replies).

Steve Mini.

Author: Steve Mini

"Steve Mini" plays a homebrew multiverse with the voices in his head, who have proclaimed him a "Neutral G-d; Neither Good Nor Evil". He often sides with either, claims telepathy is live, and that he is self-scripted.

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