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February 15, 2017, 01:01:10 AM
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Has anyone considered that right under our noses is the distributed ledger of history of the past few thousand years, and it is ironically concurrent although translated differently throughout the world?

I've spent a bit of time in this area, and I've noticed that we've perhaps unwittingly started "Bible 2.0", essentially a more streamlined historical document with higher distribution and more direct and unmistakable correlation to date recorded.

I've designed a thought experiment around this concept, and along with visiting other metaphysical topics, it makes complete logical sense.

I'm not sure of the reception to expect if I run the entire TL;DR past the community as composed, so here is the free trial on this topic. Burn at stake, or viably consider?
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Has anyone considered that right under our noses is the distributed ledger of history of the past few thousand years, and it is ironically concurrent although translated differently throughout the world?

I've spent a bit of time in this area, and I've noticed that we've perhaps unwittingly started "Bible 2.0", essentially a more streamlined historical document with higher distribution and more direct and unmistakable correlation to date recorded.

I've designed a thought experiment around this concept, and along with visiting other metaphysical topics, it makes complete logical sense.

I'm not sure of the reception to expect if I run the entire TL;DR past the community as composed, so here is the free trial on this topic. Burn at stake, or viably consider?
I am sure that the Church immediately condemn the Bible as a result, very many believers will not read it. Atheists do not care to read the existing Bible, why would they read the Bible 2.0?
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February 17, 2017, 03:52:24 PM
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Since this ended up in Pol/Soc, I'll go that direction with this portion of the theory as well ^_^

I'm sure that many athiests have read the Bible indeed, and have become athiests as a result of misguided interpretation of its messages. I know that my view isn't necessarily mainstream, and outright "sacrilege" to some, but I see it as a consolidated collection of historical events recorded by many hands in different regions for the purpose of future generations to learn from our past.
The religious texts of the world's major franchises of faith are eerily similar. But dissimilar enough to cause unrest and hatred among one another due to differing opinions of the meanings of its words.
Therefore, recording history and future predictions within the blockchain (as was in the Genesis block, for example!) will circumvent other future world powers from modifying its contents for nefarious self-serving purposes.
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