Human beings have the ability to store knowledge very accurately. Increased knowledge has resulted in a changing view of heaven and earth. The rules and laws of heaven have resulted in the fields of heaven. The rules and laws of earth have resulted in the fields of earth.
We know that the fields of knowledge on earth have rules and laws made by many bright human beings. It is difficult to imagine rules and laws coming into existence on their own. This implies that the rules and laws of heaven and earth are the work of a Creator. The limitation of the individual human senses and the collection of human knowledge in the ever-increasing fields of knowledge has resulted in the rapid development of machines. Machines do not need food and water to sustain themselves. Machines are designed to convert a fuel source like electricity or petroleum directly into energy to do a required task or work. Machines may be worn out with extensive use, but they do not experience health problems, viral attacks, or psychological and organ problems.
The earth is full of machines to make life and living more comfortable. We have machines like telescopes to explore the heavens, and we have rockets and probes to take us into the heavens. We have machines to explore the atoms and elements that exist on earth. We have machines like microscopes to explore the cells that result in life. Finally, we have computers that can be networked to communicate and store data and information in a very reliable manner. Hence, though the rules of heaven and earth made human beings, it is the human beings who made machines through the fields of knowledge. Machines have made it possible to take human consciousness to other worlds of the Milky Way Galaxy and the other galaxies in Heaven, to make the dust on other worlds conscious. It is amazing to think that the whole process was planned by the Creator.
About the Author
Vincent J Hyde was born in September 1954 in Calcutta India.
While living in Calcutta he studied in Saint Xavier’s College.
He migrated to Sydney in Australia, in February 1970.
While living in Sydney, he completed his secondary education in Marcellin College and Merrylands High School where he obtained his Higher School Certificate in 1973.
He completed the Electrical Engineering Degree Course at the University of New South Wales in 1979.
He completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Illumination Design at the University of Sydney in 1983.
He worked as an Electrical Engineer at the NSW Public Works from 1979 to 2014 and retired from active engineering duties in 2014.
Since 2014 he has been doing writing to continue his professional development.
His first book ‘A Journey from Dust to Consciousness’ is related to this book, and should be read by readers of this book.
He is a current member of the Institution of Engineers Australia MIEAust CPEng (Ret) No. 1387147