Okay, never mind. I was going to put this really long thing on here, but Now my other blog isn't working, so I guess I won't be doing that. Wait, I found it!
I realise that this most definitly has been thought of before, mostly because my dad mentioned somthing about something similar being on a movie, I think it was Men in Black (which I haven't seen) but I could be wrong, so don't look for it. Regardles of its being original or no, what if we are not what we think we are? Now, of course, you're probably thinking all sorts of wierd things right now, whether about what I just typed or me, but that was probably not the best way to start. What I mean to say is: could we be small, microscopic, virutally nothing, and yet not know it? What our universe was just an atom to some other, much larger world? Would we know it? I don't think so. Does an atom realise that it is not the largest thing? No, of course not, it couldn't, because how could it: it cannot reason. But what if it could? Would it think that it made up something else, that it was not the largest thing made? If an atom was a world, would the creatures living on it know that we existed? They couldn't see us, so what reason would they have to believe that we exist? In this way, the same could be true for us. Our Universe could be nothing more than an atom, observed through a microscope by things too large for us to comprehend; not just God, you understand, they would of course be smaller than God, however what if it was so? What if our planets circling around our sun are no larger than our electrons to someone else? Does this make us any more or less significant? No, I don't believe so. We may be one of many, many universes, but what does it matter? Perhaps the only thing it could do is show us how stupid it is to rebel against the order of things. We, with our stupid, stuck-up minds think that we are everything, the smartest, the wisest, the most magnificent things that ever lived. But what if God has created something larger and more intelligent than we could ever be? What are our great, free minds then? What if we fall short of knowing not only the wisdom of God, but also of a greater creation of His that we know nothing of? We are so stupid! Perhaps this world will someday explode and cause an explosion similar to the atom bomb, then we would be treated justly, we, who wish to be treated equally, who believe that we should always be right, never questioned, never critisized, who cry out to be treated fairly, we would have our justice, and all would be treated equally. WE WOULD ALL GO TO HELL. Okay, back to my idea. Sorry. Now, back to our feature presentation. If on the one hand, we are stupid and insignificant, on the other, think of the vast love of God. If we were but an atom in a whole other world, and yet God sent His Son to us, are we not the most significant thing He has created? Does that not make us more special, more unique than anything else? This other world, if it existed, would have to be corrupt, just as ours is; our stars explode, therefore something must go wrong in this large universe I have dreamed up. So why would God send His Son to us, and not to them? Would we be so much worse, or would He, in His Wisdom have a spectacular plan for us alone, none others? This is either the best reason to believe that there is another world, or the worst. On the one hand, it takes us, after being shown that we are nothing, and tells us that we are special. On the other hand, there are so many questions that could never be answered, and I think that there are enough of those.
Now you see what goes on in my mind: ludicrasy. So now I have that idea out and maybe now I'll be able to write better. I've been writing a little today [today was a very long time ago], so that is much happier. Have a nice day, and please don't think I'm stupid. I don't believe that there is another world, so I'm not trying to prove that it exists. But if it did, would we know...?