The I In The Sky

Surah 2 The Heifer (COW, CALF)
  وَإِذْ قَتَلْتُمْ نَفْساً فَادَّارَأْتُمْ فِيهَا
2:72 وَاللّهُ مُخْرِجٌ مَّا كُنتُمْ تَكْتُمُونَ

(2:72) And if you kill (murder) a soul (Living Human Being, Self), Your Redeemer Saw it (Witnessed that you did it); And God Brings Out (to light, makes apparent) whatever you tried to suppress (hide).

...I kind of suspected the following didn't mean to strike a dead body with a side of beef, but I have been wrong before

فَقُلْنَا اضْرِبُوهُ بِبَعْضِهَا
 كَذَلِكَ يُحْيِي اللّهُ الْمَوْتَى
 وَيُرِيكُمْ آيَاتِهِ لَعَلَّكُمْ تَعْقِلُونَ   2:73     

(2:73) So We Said (Instructed) 'Strike (Compare) them with each other'; in this manner God Enlivens (Brings to Life) that which passed (the dead) and Shows (Demonstrates to) you His Signs so that you may understand (consider).

{...I don't care how You sugarcoat it, Dear, I will no more share my man than I would my toothbrush, I have a very sensitive 'ich' factor; that's why Mrs. H has nothing to worry about with me using the 'password'.}

I searched desperately for a quote that a mentor of Malcolm X purportedly had said to him about stamping license plates while in prison but couldn't find it. The general idea was that Malcolm X wanted to know how the numbers were selected to be stamped and Bremby (Bimbi? or, in one movie, the character Baines) had mentioned he basically picks the numbers out of the air, the more random the better.

The guy was a blessed genius and we all missed him.

The reasoning goes something like this:

By definition random means 'having no definite aim or purpose'; deriving from roots that mean 'at great speed', 'carelessly, haphazardly'; old French for 'rush, disorder, force, impetuosity'; Frankish for 'rant' , 'a running'; German, rennen, 'to run, to flow'.

The quality, randomness, is closely associated with the physical thing, chaos, a noun that means 'a gaping void'; deriving from the Latin and the Greek, 'abyss, something that gapes wide open, is vast and empty'--a 'yawn'. 

This was extended to mean 'utter confusion', the primeval emptiness of the Universe; mythically, begetting Erebus and Nyx (Night); Biblically, giving us 'the void at the beginning of Creation'.

And where we get words like chasm, 'a deep, yawning hollow (in the Earth).' 

While Randomness means different things in various fields, commonly it means a lack of pattern or predictability in events. And applied to real-world situations in math, science, and statistics, this lack of predictability when referring to randomness, can describe regularities in such unpredictable outcomes, in other words, they are 'definite' and not as 'uncertain' as we think.

What physicists supporting the de Broglie-Bohm theory maintain is the hidden variable, a deterministic, objective foundation/property that underlies the observed probabilistic nature of the universe. As they try to suss out what is observed to be spooky action at a distance or entanglement; the idea of direct interaction of two objects that are separated in space with no intermediating agent or mechanism.

{Is 'Muslim' a buzz word for 'underpaid'?--Then, Yes, I Am--wassamatter can't afford me?}

Viewed as an obstacle and a nuisance by many, in the late 20th century computer scientists put it to good use when they realized that the deliberate introduction of randomness into computations can be an effective tool for designing better algorithms. In some cases such randomized algorithms outperform the best deterministic methods. (

To bring Religion back into it, Martin Luther believed that there was nothing random based on his understanding of the Bible. As an outcome of his understanding of randomness, he strongly felt that free will was limited to low-level decision making by humans.

His beliefs extend to what's called the cosmological hypothesis of determinism, that there is no randomness in the universe, only unpredictability, since there is only one possible outcome to all events in the universe, which inadvertently and strongly bolsters the multiverse theory.

A follower of the narrow frequency interpretation of probability could assert that no event can be said to have probability, since there is only one universal outcome. 

Under the rival Bayesian interpretation of probability, there is no objection to using probabilities to represent a lack of complete knowledge of outcomes.

An aspect accessibly illustrated in the digits of the irrational number pi. And while  randomness occurs in numbers such as log (2) and Pi, and decimal digits of Pi constitute an infinite sequence that never repeat in a cyclical fashion, pi is also considered normal, since its digits are random in a certain statistical sense.  

In the first six billion decimal places of pi, each of the digits from 0 through 9 shows up about six hundred million times. Yet such results, conceivably accidental, do not prove normality even in base 10, much less normality in other number bases

Some mathematically defined sequences, such as the decimals of pi mentioned above, exhibit some of the same characteristics as random sequences, but because they are generated by a describable mechanism, they are called pseudorandom

To an observer who does not know the mechanism, a pseudorandom sequence is unpredictable. 

This suggests an intriguing aspect of truly random processes; that it is hard to know whether a process is truly random since true randomness requires an infinite expansion of the information space. (Back to Jesus feeding the multitudes with a couple of fish)

With this much background information, we now find out why I am such a lousy gambler. I can only fathom with any degree of understanding the chances of something happening either '0%' or '100%'--the reason why I am the last person to ask for any kind of final answer. 

Here's an example, if I were to play God and someone runs up to  me and says "So-and-so killed such-and-such, what are You gonna do about it?" My answer would be a 100% solution, "Kill'em all!"

And if I happen to pick up a twig in the definite shape of the number pi just as I completed a blogging about it and wonder what are the odds of that happening on any given day during any random walk in a park and I figure it's 'Zero percent chance of that ever happening!" 

And someone doesn't get the concept that no more randomness is just about perfection (Heaven on Earth?), and has the misfortune to ask me how to make sense of it, my solution would be "That's just about perfect (boring)! Let's blow the whole thing up (make it random)! Just to give the kids something to work on and get out of my hair (buzzing around in my ears)."

Don't rush right out and do it, more than likely my friend planted that thar twig there when He saw me coming (on or about August 12, 2012, at 10:00 am).

Which brings us back to Bremby and his Random license plate stamping operation.

He intuitively knew that if ever such a random collection of alphanumeric objects start to read like a comprehensive sentence (yes, including vanity plates) and start to make sense to someOne (out of 7.5 Billion people, I am told) on a leisurely drive, or casual outing, or walk in the park, then this is a marker that As Above, So Below.
(Yep! Heaven on Earth for Me; and, meh :(...Mom's stressed out again, how boring!--for them.)

And that what seemed random and chaotic on Earth no longer seems so to the Observer (in Heaven), because the Observer has moved to a larger information space, infinitely large is debatable, but certainly larger than the one they occupied when it did seem random and unpredictable--and that's why Bremby's prison-stamped random license plates are now making sense. 

Information embedded in the system where the lower-level observers (low-level decision makers on Earth) cannot ascertain it and move about with some veiled pretense of free will (how else can you spend time at the dry cleaners?)--just so the Higher Dimension Being(s) (Mom in Heaven) can watch and see what they do.

{To give her something to do to whittle away the time she feels that palpable separation from You and Your Sister and No One has to break the News to Her because, well, what would be the point? Seeing as how she is really slow and it has taken her about 7 years to figure all this out :-(}

God being the final authority on how to Judge the Information feed, since God is neither the Superma nor Infima in the field but the ULTIMATE OUTSIDE OBSERVER.

Having seen this coming, God Provides markers, and according to the 2 Quranic passages above, they are probably people walking around totally removed and completely not related to the people getting in harm's way (getting killed or murdered) whose bodies can be used to 'cross-reference' the ones that are. 

(Couldn't we do it just by analyzing someones wardrobe or shoe collection?--a lot less painful and then no bodies get sick around here).

28 Surah Qsas (Stories)
28:1 طسم 
28:1 Ta. Siin. Miim

تِلْكَ  آيَاتُ  الْكِتَابِ الْمُبِينِ  (28:2  
28:2 You will find The Signs of the Book (Scripture, Quran) (that) Clarifies (Makes Clear, Is Evidentiary)  

Surah 67 Al. Mulk (The Dominion)
 تَبَارَكَ الَّذِي بِيَدِهِ الْمُلْكُ 
67:1  وَهُوَ عَلَى كُلِّ شَيْءٍ قَدِيرٌ
67:1 Hallowed Be He (Whom) In His Hands Is The Dominion (All Power Rests With Him) 
and He Has Power Over Everything (Can Do Anything)

أَوَلَمْ يَرَوْا إِلَى الطَّيْرِ فَوْقَهُمْ
 صَافَّاتٍ وَيَقْبِضْنَ
 مَا يُمْسِكُهُنَّ إِلَّا الرَّحْمَنُ
 إِنَّهُ بِكُلِّ شَيْءٍ بَصِيرٌ 67:19 
67:19  Or when they see the birds overhead (that which flies over them); spreading and collecting (their wings); Nothing upholds them (holds, catches, or keeps them (up)) except the Merciful. Truly, He Watches Over Everything.

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