Thursday, January 25, 2007

Where's Steve when I need him?

I was wondering what makes evil or the lure of evil so powerful. Considering there is only a finite amount of energy in the universe, I was wondering will the potential for evil grow. I suppose evil energy could consume and replace good energy thus keeping this balance in tact, or perhaps its not that evil in itself is powerful, but the people who assume evil things and lend their force to it that is powerful. This would neither add nor detract from this limited power equilibrium, just change the utilizations of the existing power.

So is it true that “evil men will wax worse and worse” as it says in the Bible? I believe the Bible to be true so by extension I believe this to be the case. But as evil grows in strength does that mean good is diminished? I suppose what I am asking is there an inverse correlation between the two? Or is there a sort of middle ground where force and energy is consumed either by evil or good? chipping away at the edges. Like a luke warm grey zone, and any force (good or evil) draws from there, rather then the opposing energy in the universe.


At 10:57 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

There has to be that sort of correlation...

Evil can only be (unless the Devil or other demonic "evil" being gets fatter) explained in terms of words, thoughts..actions. Things that take energy to produce and affect things with their energy. Therefore there is less energy for good if things continue to wax - worse and worse.


Kinshasa calls for you bro...

At 11:07 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

that was my instint on this too.

eventually the potential for good will just run out.

At 1:11 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

in a borat accent "im gonna be famooooooooous"

borat reply "no faaaaaaaaaaair!" hahahaha


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