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Arguments for the existence of god Arguments for the existence of god Presentation Transcript

  • DoesGODreally exist?
  • EXISTENCE OFGODAS A CONCRETE PRINCIPLE
  • Based on the works of His Divine GraceA. C. BhaktivedantaSwami PrabhupadaFounder-Acharya of ISKCON
  • Mona LisaArtist: Leonardo da Vinci
  • LandscapeArtist: David Copenhagen
  • LandscapeArtist: John Green
  • Who is theARTIST?
  • SPACETechnology
  • Satellite
  • Control Room
  • Satellite MonitoringRound-the-clock critical observation of the critical parameters
  • Critical Parameters to monitor1. Orientation 5. Earth-Satellite distance2. Spin3. Velocity 6. Heat dissipation4. Orbit decay 7. Cosmic corrections radiation
  • Earth 21Mass: 6x10 metric tonsSpeed around theSun: 106,000 kmph Earth
  • Earth
  • Who is inControl?
  • ARTIFICIALINTELLIGENCE
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Dept. of Artificial Intelligence,Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
  • The Most SophisticatedComputer in the Universe Human Brain
  • The humanbrain can store more information than all thelibraries in the world.-Dr Richard Restak, MD Author, The Brain
  • The human brain is made of a trilliion brain cells. …and each one of these is more powerful and sophisticated than most computers around the planet today. - Dr. Tony BuzonBritish Psychologist, educator & author.
  • Who made the natural intelligence of this incredibly complex computer:THE HUMAN BRAIN
  • Look at the ground reality
  • WHODECIDES ?
  • We choose• A job• A wife or a husband• The type of car• An apartment• And many more things
  • We don’t choose• Our parents• Our beauty• Our intelligence
  • WHO CHOOSES ? AND ON WHAT BASIS ?
  • IS IT BYCHANCE?
  • We seeorder andsystematicarrangementin theuniverse…
  • Laws ofMechanics
  • Laws ofPhysicalOptics
  • Laws ofthermodynamics
  • Macro worldPrecise laws ofmathematicalaccuracygovern this Micro worldworld
  • How can ourbirth, beauty, intelligence…only berandomevents ?
  • Isn’t there alaw thatgovern these ?
  • Cause & Effect Principle
  • Dr. Mouse’s Law of Bread Crumbs Red patch CauseBread Crumbs Effect
  • AMidsummer Nights Dream Entire play ACT ISCENE I. Athens. The palace of THESEUS.Enter THESEUS, HIPPOLYTA, PHILOSTRATE, and Attendants THESEUS Now, fair Hippolyta, our nuptial hourDraws on apace; four happy days bring in…
  • VEDANTA SUTRA janmadyasya yatah“He is the original source and cause of everything.”
  • BRAHMA SAMHITA anadi adir govindah sarva karana karanam “He has no beginning, for He isthe beginning of everything; He is the ultimate cause of all causes.”
  • Can youshow me G O D?
  • A fundamental mistake in theunderstanding of God
  • Point God is notNo.1 our order carrier
  • Do youPoint have theNo.2 qualification to see God?
  • Visible Range R VRadio Waves X-Rays Electro-magnetic spectrum
  • To get REQUIREDQUALIFICATION Chant Hare Krishna
  • Hare Krishna Hare KrishnaKrishna Krishna Hare Hare Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare