69196Re: Antw.: [dsg] Q. Rupas, Ch 1, no 2
- Mar 5, 2007--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, TGrand458@... wrote:
> Hi Robert
> In a message dated 3/4/2007 11:58:03 P.M. Mountain Standard Time,
> rjkjp1@... writes:
> Dear TG
> If I read you correctly you think citta and mentality are actually
> types of matter.
> TG: No Robert, I think they are types of energy.
I'm no expert on science views but isn't energy a type of matter?
> And that there is no arisng and falling of matter or
> TG: No again. There is arising and falling of phenomena. (I do
> there is or is not matter however.)______
I thought you disagreed when the texts say that phenomena arise and
> How does your theory explain that one mght die as a human and then
> reborn instantly - without any time interval-as a God in a distantmechanics." I
> TG: I don't have a hard and fast theory regarding "rebirth
> generally think kamma is accumulated and stored sort of like acharge in a
> battery or a charge built up in the atmosphere. At the time ofdeath, perhaps
> that charge is released into a new life system. I don't know howit works but
> I tacitly believe it does work...i.e., that there is rebirth.as being
> Isn't that more than a slowly continuous change?
> TG: Hey changes can be extremely fast to. But I still see them
> continuous analog type change; as opposed to a digital on and offchange.
Above you said phenomena does arise and pass away?
> And how could matter move so fast ?
> 455 Hemi engine? ;-)
I drive a 4 litre V8 here in Japan- never fast enough are they.
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