I really wanted to do this post after I watched Inception about a month ago. I don’t know whether this post is appropriate for such a blog, but since the title is “The Randomness Thing” I thought I might give it a go.
Right, so I guess I will start by giving the world a theory of how the world is made from my point of view. I have many unproven theories about how the world is created although it is highly palusible for my logic. Thus, The Inception theory adds to many theories I have been thinking on how the world might start.
The basic argument about The Inception theory is, we don’t know how the world is started. Not one single human being has a recollection on how he ended up in someone’s womb. Where was he before that? If we stick to the religion theory that humans are created by God up in heaven, then why no one remembers the feeling in heaven?
I say we basically are in a some sort of a limbo, a dream that will never end. We may in fact are projections of someone’s dream, doing what a dreamer would logically do. If we would stick to this fact that we are in a limbo, then all the weird phenomenons that are unexplainable can be easily explained.
However, you could say, then what happens to the real world? How the dream starts? Then, I will ask you back, how would you know where is the real world and where is the dream world? You could be in a multiple layer of dream or you can be in an infinite layer of dream. So infinite that you can’t go back to the real world. If you are happened to be a projection of someone’s dream, than your real world is the one that is here right now right? Hence, my theory can be verified.
Now, humans always talking about there will be a judgement day that will destroy the whole universe. The Inception theory works perfectly in that assumption. The inception theory provides an argument that when a “kick” happens in the real world or perhaps the upper layer of a dream, then the person in that particular dream will experience a disturbance in the current dream layer. If the “kick” was meant to wake him up, then he will experience the world being collapse just like an emulation of a judgement day.
Therefore, the Inception theory is pretty much plausible for the current argument on how the world was made by considering if you believe to the theory of Creationist. I believe the Inception theory is more logical than the Creationist theory. Sorry, for making such a weird post but it’s just one of the things that makes me wonder and want to share.