I am no physicist nor do I claim to be. However, I’ve been overcome by an obsession to watch/read anything regarding quantum physics, time, space, the true nature of reality, etc. I am so fascinated by these themes because I believe they so perfectly pertain to God, something else my mind has always been obsessed with.
I believe there is a God, and I do not believe in any organized religion, for several reasons, none of which really matter. I believe that, if theories like String Theory and M-Theory are true and 10 or 11 dimensions of reality exist then it provides a convenient explanation. I do not believe that as a simple human being that exists in a 3 dimensional snippet of time on a tiny planet in a tiny universe within the multiverse I am even capable of truly grasping what God is but I can at least attempt to rationalize it. If 10 dimensions exist, and the 10th is absolute infinity then I believe that God exists there. God can exist simultaneously in every possible moment and place in every possible universe and is the infinite consciousness. God, essentially, exists in everything.
God is an infinite infallible force. I do not believe God can circumvent the laws of nature because God is infallible even to Gods-self. God is not a guy with a white beard sitting on a cloud. God does not condemn people to hell. To condemn me as a person to hell would be condemning God to hell because God is in me. Like St. Thomas Aquinas said, God is prima causa.
I think you have a very negative connotation of the word “God.” Why does God have to have anything to do with Yahweh, Allah, Jesus etc.? I doubt God carries any human traits whatsoever. God does not want anything from us. We just get to enjoy it’s grand design that’s so marvelously put together. When you describe to me the vast power you think the universe has I wonder what that power is and where it came from…
But is using the word “God” really convenient? I agree that this particular definition of the word isn’t something unique to you.
But the trouble is that most people don’t use the word “God” that way. Suppose for a moment that instead of saying “God” you said “Zeus”. Wouldn’t you agree that calling the Uncaused First Cause of the universe “Zeus” leads people to believe that this ineffible force has some sort of characteristics in common with Zeus? Like, that it sometimes takes the form of a swan or a bull or a shower of gold and has sex with human women and fathers demigods and heroes? Or maybe cause a virgin to become pregnant and give birth in a stable and lay the baby in a manger?
Using the word “God” tends to drag in all sorts of unexamined premises about the nature of this uncaused first cause. If you want to talk about an uncaused first cause without dragging in all sorts of unintended mythology, then instead of using the word “God”, why not just use “Uncaused First Cause”, or “The sum total of all physical laws in the Universe”, or whatever it is you exactly intend to refer to?
This the way you should proceed if you wish to communicate clearly. On the other hand, perhaps you really do wish to sneak in these sorts of unexamined assumptions about the nature of reality. Then go ahead, but don’t get upset when people start arguing with you and chasing their tails when talking to you, because that’s what you wanted in the first place.
I admit I do not have a complete understanding of these concepts. If, say, atoms are composed at their very core by strings of energy vibrating in 10 dimensions then how would they not in a sense “exist” in the 10th dimension or exist in all 10 dimensions simultaneously?