# # The God Power Equation: An Exploration of the Incorporeal Hypothesis

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## Chapter 1: Understanding the God Power Equation

In this section, we delve into the comprehensive mass-energy-momentum equation, a pivotal concept in understanding the relationship between mass and energy.

The equation presented by Einstein, often simplified to E=mc², actually encompasses a broader perspective that applies universally, regardless of the relative speeds of particles. For a more detailed exploration, check out the video linked below.

The next equation we will consider is the straightforward formula P = E/t, where power is derived from energy divided by time. By substituting E in the first equation with Pt from the second equation, we arrive at (Pt)² = (mc²)² + (pc)². Dividing both sides by t² leads us to:

P² = (mc²)²/t² + (pc)²/t²

When we consider the scenario where mass is zero, as is the case with incorporeal entities, we simplify this to:

P² = (pc)²/t²

In this equation, P denotes power, while p represents momentum. We can express momentum as p = mv, which leads us to replace p in our equation:

P² = (mvc)²/t²

Ultimately, if we set m to zero for incorporeal beings, we find:

P² = 0

Taking the square root of both sides results in our final equation regarding God's power:

P = 0

This indicates that if an incorporeal being possesses no mass, then its power level is also zero. Therefore, the equation suggests that the power attributed to God, or any incorporeal being, is zero within our universe.

### Section 1.1: The Incorporeal Nature of God

To substantiate this claim, we can look at various interpretations that categorize God as incorporeal.

In the image above, we see the derivation of the God Power Equation. It is important to note that while the last step could technically include a ± sign, I chose to omit it for clarity. Negative power could only arise from negative mass, which is associated with concepts like gravity or antimatter from alternate universes. Since my focus is on understanding God's power within our own universe, this negative aspect is not applicable here.

### Section 1.2: Debunking Infinite Power Claims

It is often posited that God possesses infinite power. However, our equation reveals three potential avenues for this assertion: infinite mass, zero time, or infinite velocity. Given that religious doctrines assert God's mass is zero, this avenue is ruled out.

Moreover, the idea of zero time is not feasible since even the smallest quantum fluctuations require time. Lastly, infinite velocity is implausible; nothing, including God, can exceed the speed of light. This leads us to conclude that God's mass being zero directly correlates with zero power.

Thus, the logical interpretation derived from the equation suggests that if God has no mass, then He does not exist.

## Chapter 2: Acknowledgments and Reflections

I extend my gratitude to Albert Einstein for laying the foundational principles that underpin this equation. The derivation and presentation, however, are my own contributions.

An interesting note: I recently posed this system to GPT-4, and it was unable to provide a solution!

In this video, Rev. Ike discusses the concept of God's energy equation, further exploring the implications of these ideas.