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The UQV (Ultimate Questioner's Vanity) Theory Made Simple
(2007)
  • Kedar Joshi
Abstract
According to the UQV (Ultimate Questioner's Vanity) theory, the universe consists of only two entities: The ultimate questioner, which can also be referred to as God, and me, i.e. Kedar Joshi. All other apparently conscious/living entities I see, e.g. you, or anyone else, are mere spatial images, nothing else. God created me in order to ask me a question, which is probably the ultimate/the most difficult amongst all possible questions. The question is What is the nature of existence of God Himself/Itself? Every non-necessary entity, i.e. any entity that doesn't have to be, must have been created by some non-necessary creator entity/ies. But since God - the ultimate questioner - is, by definition, the ultimate entity, it has no creator entity, i.e. it, still apparently being a non-necessary entity, was never created. This paradox is the seemingly unanswerable question I've been created to solve/resolve. And since God has planned my entire life He knows anyway whether I would finally answer the question or not. So He has no other purpose than His vanity, His desire to be known and be extremely praised, to create me to ask the question.

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Keywords
  • UQV Theory,
  • God,
  • Ultimate Questioner,
  • Paradox,
  • Creation,
  • Creator,
  • Vanity
Publication Date
October 9, 2007
Citation Information
Kedar Joshi. "The UQV (Ultimate Questioner's Vanity) Theory Made Simple" (2007)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/kedar_joshi/6/