It seems to that current economic theories are insuffiect to the realities we face. We have a mixed economy, but it seems we mainly follow one theory. I believe that there is a unifing, "General Economic Theory" (much like in physics), that would model economics better. This theory would take aspects of other schools of economic thought and create a single school of thought. I have not Googled the topic as I wish to retain indpendence of thought.
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Updated 17th August 2011 at 02:41 PM by Sigma_Tau_Theta
Existence aside, religions are more arrogant then Satan is in the mainstream Christianity. All religions claim to know God's attributes. Only naturally, they claim to know these attributes based on the "true" word of "God". "God", as a whole, I find to be quite a simple concept, but if but "God" under a microscope, you get "infinity ad infinitum" (which is different than regular infinity like in numbers or the size of the universe (Macro or quantum)).
Updated 31st July 2011 at 10:22 PM by Sigma_Tau_Theta
Since this is a blog, I 'm assuming I am a bit more free range than in forums so here "we" go......
The Economy is complicated....super complicated. Humans have better understanding and control of quantum mechanics then we do of the Economy (example, the LHC).
A good comparison is evolution. We understand the mechanics of each. We can build models. But there's more we don't know, and to accurately understand them takes time and education. They are both processes.
Updated 30th July 2011 at 11:28 AM by Sigma_Tau_Theta
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3) Creator, could include evolution, my choice.
5) Give man free will that's not inhibited by #2
6) May occasionally step in at my leisure, usually just to make sure things are running smoothly, as for injustices, that's part of man's free will.
7) As for an afterlife, for the most part will give heaven to the moderates, including atheists.