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The main questions to be asked are: …

The main questions to be asked are:
(1) Is the present better than the past?
(2) Will the future approach the condition of heaven?
(3) Is it better to live a permanent existence through DNA cloning than the current temporary life with permanent death for the DNA?

Immanuel Kant argues that there must be another life where someone with the infinite wisdom and power to see that justice was done.
Kant argued from reason and experience: the world will move from the rampant injustice to rationality, which must finally triumph.
Kant’s argument is based on the assumption that there is purpose in the universe, while current science believes the universe is random.

Each Age or each Human Culture is dominated by a new Realization of Reliable Knowledge.
The First Realization of Knowledge is Science.
The Second Realization is Social Science.
The Third Realization is Life Science.
The Fourth Realization is Self-Manufactured General-Purpose Humanoid Robot with a Fuzzy Perceptive Brain Made of Self-Generated Neural Networks of Software Cells and with the Ability of Touch .
The Fifth Realization is Self-Creation of the Living System.
The Sixth Realization is Homo Hedonics.
The Seventh or the Final Realization is Heaven.

Heaven is described most accurately by philosophers and religious thinkers.
Heaven is at the end of human evolution.
Heaven is what the whole universe is trying to create.
Heaven reflects the totality of knowledge.
Heaven is made for those, who deserve it.
Heaven is the Living System.

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  • 1. Heaven Hugh Ching (Seeing the possibility of heaven with knowledge) Post-Science Institute 2014
  • 2. Introduction • DNA contains the wisdom of the universe accumulated from the infinite past. • DNA, not life, is of interest to the universe and has been designed to last forever through cloning. • Life is temporary and expresses the value of DNA. • The main questions to be asked are: (1) Is the present better than the past? (2) Will the future approach the condition of heaven? (3) Is it better to live a permanent existence through DNA cloning than the current temporary life with permanent death for the DNA?
  • 3. What Are the Criteria of Heaven? • Full knowledge of what cause pain and suffering. • No worry about survival. • Permanent happiness. • Heaven is rare in today’s society. • One example of a temporary heaven satisfies: (1) A dancing bar in a rich neighborhood catering to young Bohemians, (2) The Bohemians are all from rich families, (3) They can drink, dance, and listen to music without a worry in the world, and (4) Someone to lead them in worry-free happiness.
  • 4. What Is the Reality in The 21st Century? • According to Buddhism, the world is a bitter ocean without boundaries. • Buddhism can describe hell, but can only speculate about heaven. • The current society is totally irrational and completely reckless. • There is no realization of the existence of non- violable laws of nature in social science, which causes pain and suffering when they are not observed. • Life is temporary; people still die permanently.
  • 5. How to Create Heaven? • We need all the necessary knowledge. • We should be happy all the time. • We need to have the ability to generate happiness. • We need to take care of all our future worries. • We need to be permanently cloned after we die. • We must demonstrate that our lives are worth cloning for ourselves or society.
  • 6. What Is the Significance of Heaven? • The ultimate goal is to create heaven. • Heaven is the final destination in the process of increasing value. • Has the living system been given the potential to create heaven? • The answer is in the mind of our creators. • Happiness is more important than intelligence. • Homo Sapiens are really Homo Hedonics
  • 7. Immanuel Kant on Heaven • Immanuel Kant argues that there must be another life where someone with the infinite wisdom and power to see that justice was done. • Kant argued from reason and experience: the world will move from the rampant injustice to rationality, which must finally triumph. • Kant’s argument is based on the assumption that there is purpose in the universe, while current science believes the universe is random.
  • 8. Realizations of Knowledge • Each Age or each Human Culture is dominated by a new Realization of Reliable Knowledge. • The First Realization of Knowledge is Science. • The Second Realization is Social Science. • The Third Realization is Life Science. • The Fourth Realization is Self-Manufactured General- Purpose Humanoid Robot with a Fuzzy Perceptive Brain Made of Self-Generated Neural Networks of Software Cells and with the Ability of Touch. • The Fifth Realization is Self-Creation of the Living System. • The Sixth Realization is Homo Hedonics. • The Seventh or the Final Realization is Heaven.
  • 9. Knowledge Needed in Heaven • Logic is seeing the same problem from different perspectives with integer representation of reason. • Mathematics is seeing the same problem from different perspectives within reason. • Science is providing the last equation in a finite- duration deterministic system with empirical data. • Social Science is mathematical verification and fuzzy logic. • Life Science is logic verification and fuzzy logic. • Fuzzy Logic expands the range of tolerance of a creation to cover all the possibilities in an uncertain future.
  • 10. Conclusion • Heaven is described most accurately by philosophers and religious thinkers. • Heaven is at the end of human evolution. • Heaven is what the whole universe is trying to create. • Heaven reflects the totality of knowledge. • Heaven is made for those, who deserve it. • Heaven is the Living System.

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