Inanimate Matter and Animated Matter

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    What is the difference between animated matter and inanimate matter?

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    One is a drawing and one is real life. 
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    Very funny.

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    What is the difference between animated matter and inanimate matter?
    What is the significance. Is this actually a question concerning religion? Is the question actually questioning religion? if so tell us/me how.

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    I posted it in the religious forum because I have something to tell religious people that will not offend them but will enlighten them in a non threatening fashion.
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    Never mind
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    No, go on tell me what you think.

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    I posted it in the religious forum because I have something to tell religious people that will not offend them but will enlighten them in a non threatening fashion.
    Intriguing Paul. When will we witness this enlightenment?
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    I don't think it's so black and white TBH because it is thought that all matter is forms of energy and if that is the case no matter is truly inanimate because energy has intelligence behind it or rather energy is present with conscious activity. Then again, it depends on what you mean by matter and inanimate....you mean like a piece of plastic or a product of nature?
    To make things simple I would say the answer is awareness. But then again, it's my belief that energy is not alone, but accompanied by conscious/awareness and that is why energy acts as intelligence, creating forms and physical bodies to a means end or to where they are currently (cosmic activity is first implemented by intelligent awareness through the manipulation of element and energy) . There is also a difference between a simple form or state of awareness and that of a conscious being or a soul. Both are aware, but one has higher level of sentience and also personality.....a creative ability...imagination, expression or whatever you wana call it that separates sentient beings from lower forms of life. Another difference would be an objects function, awareness behind energy simply acts as it should, following a pattern or blueprint whereas souls, or conscious beings have the ability to act as their own agent, and have their own will and desires. 

    Whatever the case is, the conscious soul or awareness is subject to the form of what it is possessing kinda like a seed that has a code or a matrix and it operates within that code. Same thing with awareness, it follows a code or pattern of what it is meant to do. Even though a conscious soul has their own will and desires and creative abilities each soul is subject to the anatomy of that body, brain and whatever layers are covering it. For example, if you were to leave the physical body and your soul was placed within the body of a monkey, your conscious experience would be limited and subject to that anatomy, to that brain so that all you perceive comes through that form. Sounds weird maybe, but let me know if you don't understand it. 

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    You got it, all matter is animated.

    There is no inanimate matter in our universe.

    Even empty space is literally boiling with activity all the time.



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    Beulah peel me another conscious soul. (May West impersonation needed)
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    And in a vacuum?

    What about, doesn't matter?

    And the answer you've been waiting for
    The splelling is clearly different, inanimate and animated. 



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    Living matter has the life force, prana. Nonliving matter doesn't.
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    You got it, all matter is animated.

    There is no inanimate matter in our universe.

    Even empty space is literally boiling with activity all the time.

    And if I may ask, what do you label that "activity" and why is it there? are you an atheist? can you explain to me what animation is precisely? what is it that animates and why?

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    Animated matter is what everything is made of, it's the organization of atoms that makes the difference.

    In other words atoms arranged in a certain specific pattern is what makes you.

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    Very funny.

    In a perfect vacuum at absolute zero temperature atoms would still have electrons whizzing around their nucleus.

    A perfect vacuum and absolute zero cannot exist in our universe.

    It's kind of like how we can't make anything go faster than the speed of light.

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    what do you mean by "animated"?
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    It's called quantum fluctuations, but that's not all there is in empty space. Empty space is also entirely occupied by the Higgs field.

    I'm not an atheist, but I believe that god has an extremely low probability of existence.

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    Animated in the sense of movement, activity, vibrating, kinetic, energetic, bouncing, moving, jiggling, but you may interpret it in any way you like.

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    Ok. Well then all matter is moving. I'm still confused about this post and why it's in the religion forum.
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    Like I said, you may interpret animated in any way you like.

    You could even interpret it as saying the entire universe is alive.

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    Do you interpret it that way?
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    I'm not sure.

    Everything we know is about our way of being alive, what we call biology, but there may be more than one way to be alive.

    Have you ever seen the movie The Andromeda Strain?


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    no i haven't seen it. but i get your point.
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    difference is soft or hard penis 

    soft still moves but is not good for the job or pleasing to the female.