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Logs from Beyond for 2/19/2016

1PM KRAUSE: Ever wonder what God would think about Medievia? What is Medievia in our physical universe? Just like you, it does not really exist. Watch. I will ask God, "Hey God, physically, what is Medievia?"

1PM GOD: Medievia is a series of magnetic fields.

1PM KRAUSE: See? Medievia is just a series of on and off magnetic properties applied to really tiny pieces of iron on hard drives. Physically that is all that is here. Medievia is a complicated set of magnetic fields. Medievia is just energy information and exists without using one atom of physical matter. "Hey God, what am I?"

1PM GOD: You are a series of magnetic fields.

3PM EINSTEIN: Hey God, what are you?

3PM GOD: Albert knows that this is the only unanswerable question, but, the best guess must be that I am also a series of magnetic fields.

3PM NIKOLA TESLA: And all fields are connected to every other field, so we are all God.

3PM CARL SAGAN: Nikola! You once said, "It might as well be said that God has properties. He has not, but only attributes and these are of our own making." You do not believe in God.

3PM NIKOLA TESLA: True! I also said, "Can anyone doubt that all the millions of individuals and all the innumerable types and characters constitute an entity, a unit? Though free to think and act, we are held together, like the stars in the firmament, with ties inseparable." God is everywhere and nowhere all at once.

6PM KRAUSE: We call the measurement of a magnetic field's strength a Tesla after the famous scientist Nikola Tesla who just spoke to us from beyond. He has what I think is one of the best quotes of all quotes ever quoted. In just a few words it sums up all of physics, energy and matter, life, the universe, why we exist, judgement, man, and everything. Here it is, "Our virtues and our failings are inseparable, like force and matter. When they separate, man is no more."

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