Does Heaven exist?

From: Norman Samish <>
Date: Sat, 5 Aug 2006 19:43:48 -0700

Hi WC,

I look forward to seeing your "math formulas/theorems etc." supporting the
Perfect Universe.

Your Perfect Universe sounds like the "heaven" that many true believers
aspire to. There can apparently be as many Heavens as there are Believers,
since each believer is free to define the specifications of his particular

Maybe, if all possible realities exist (as many on this list suggest),
everybody's "heaven" DOES exist - as long as it is "possible."

I'm told that a lot of people on earth believe that their "heaven" is a
place where qualified male humans would have some number of virgin women at
their disposal.

Is such a place possible? I can't imagine that it is - but what I can
imagine has little to do with the reality we inhabit.


----- Original Message -----
From: "W. C." <>
To: <>
Sent: Saturday, August 05, 2006 3:58 PM
Subject: RE: Bruno's argument - Comp

>>From: Quentin Anciaux
>>Hi, I've checked and I do not see an absolute meaning to perfection.
> OK. If you want more, I will say perfection in PU is *every being is
> perfect
> and feels perfect (if it has feeling)*.
> This doesn't mean that every being is exactly the same. They may have
> different special functions. But they are all perfect.
> They are born with highest self-fulfillment and happiness (if needed) and
> all resources, no need to follow life cycles
> (born, aged, sick, death etc.).
> So a PU is without any wars/crimes/conflicts, any bad things, any natural
> disasters ... etc.
> If you want even more, I think I need to write down some math.
> formulas/theorems etc. But it takes time.
> Thanks.
> WC.

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