Catholic Teachings III

 

Catholic Teachings III:

God, God on earth:

  1. “By God’s grace, by the Spirit living in us, we can know God as Father.”
  2. “God … he is the ‘God with us,’ that he loves us, cares for each person. Even though God is in heaven, he is also on earth, because of this, ‘we don’t believe in a distant, indifferent entity.’ … makes us contemplate the mystery of a God who incessantly creates, redeems and sanctifies, always with love and for love, and to every creature that welcomes him, he gives the gift of reflecting a ray of his beauty, goodness and truth.”
  3. “If only God’s Word would come to us in the forms of the past, perhaps we would have an easier time recognizing it. But God has a habit of sending his Word (himself) in new ways.”
  4. “God presents himself and his graces in surprising ways. We have to make an effort to open our hearts and minds to accept the divine reality that presents itself to us. … For example, the people of Nazareth could not understand how Jesus, a simple carpenter with no formal education, could perform miracles and outdo even the scribes with his teachings.”
  5. “God the Father creates by his word.”
  6. “God’s word is not merely a set of truths or an edifying spiritual account; it’s a living word that touches our lives, that transforms our lives.”
  7. “Jesus is radical. He gives, and he asks all: he gives a love that is total and asks for an undivided heart.”
  8. “A mature Christian sees Christ in everything and everyone else. … In Christ, God’s own broad, deep, and all-inclusive worldview is made available to us.”

Spirit:

  1. “The Spirit of God guides us, inspires us.”
    • “My message and my preaching were not with wise and persuasive words, but with a demonstration of the Spirit’s power, so that your faith might not rest on human wisdom, but on God’s power.” (1 Corinthians 2:4-5)
    • This is what we speak, not in words taught us by human wisdom but in words taught by the Spirit, explaining spiritual realities with Spirit-taught words.” (1 Corinthians 2:13)
    • “To one there is given through the Spirit a message of wisdom, to another a message of knowledge by means of the same Spirit, to another faith by the same Spirit, to another gifts of healing by that one Spirit, to another miraculous powers, to another prophecy, to another distinguishing between spirits, to another speaking in different kinds of tongues, and to still another the interpretation of tongues. All these are the work of one and the same Spirit, and he distributes them to each one, just as he determines.” (1 Corinthians 12:8-11)
  2. “The Spirit is the divine force that changes the world.”
  3. “God’s word may come in the form of a little inspiration.”
  4. “Work is more than a way to make a living; it is a form of participating in God’s creation.”
  5. “It’s God’s great gift, the Holy Spirit. And we all have the Spirit inside, the Spirit is in our heart and soul and guides us in life.”
  6. The Spirit of God leads us to good works, to charity, to adore God, to know Jesus, to do many good works, to pray. We are children of God, baptized with the gift of the Holy Spirit.”

Church & Church affiliated Institutions Affairs:

  1. Catholic schools can get creative in how they use, fund technology.”

Living:

  1. “Use what you have to give/do for others. The relation between giving and receiving is proportional – the more you give/do for others, the more you will receive.”
    • “Give, and it will be given to you. A good amount will be poured into your lap. It will be pressed down, shaken together, and running over. The same amount you give will be measured out to you.” (Luke 6:38)
    • “When you give a banquet, invite those who are poor. Then you will be blessed. Your guests can’t pay you back. But you will be paid back when those who are right with God rise from the dead.” (Luke 14:13-14)
  2. Christian joy is peace, peace that is deeply rooted, peace in the heart, the peace that only God can give.”
  3. “Find meaning in Christ; be generous, pure, respectful and sincere; enthusiastically build a better world.”
  4. “The Christian’s task: to live justly in our own lives whether as business owners or workers. … We should all work to reform and build a more just society, one which promotes dignity. We also need to recognize the gifts and responsibilities that God has entrusted to each of us.”
  5. “Respect Intellectual Property.”

Youth:

  1. “Be protagonists of good! Do not feel right when you do not do evil; everyone is guilty of the good he or she could have done and did not do.”
  2. Dream big, dream big with big dreams. In those dreams you will find many, many words from the Lord, who is saying something to you. … Being at the service of others changes the world.”

Development, Economy:

  1. “People are encouraged to use their creativity for the good of others … putting their creativity at the service of the challenges of today’s world.”
  2. “… Call for an impartial authority to regulate financial markets.”
  3. Making a profit can be evangelical when it focuses on the human person.”

Medicine & Healing:

  1. “When Jesus encounters the sick, their lives are changed forever. Christ heals their physical disease.”
  2. “Church meets Union for the Fight against Muscular Dystrophy. … Cure for muscular dystrophy and other neuromuscular diseases.”

Science & Faith:

  1. Integrating, creating a single vision because the past danger was having a radical separation of science and faith …  Incorporating sense of a mysterious, beautiful unfolding of the world where the ultimate destiny of the universe is in the fullness of God.”
  2. “Science and religion are not seen by the church as opposing forces, but distinct and valuable approaches to understanding the universe and our place in it. … Found God ‘on the very highway of science’ as well as in the simple prayers of his childhood.”
  3. “As scientists, it is always important to start by admitting there is much that we do not know.”

Technology as work of God:

  1. “The Internet is a gift from God. It widens the opportunities for so many.”

Challenges, issues of today’s world:

  1. “There’s a notable lack of Catholic voices and leaders who are opening paths to the Gospel in the worlds of business, university and especially politics … God must permeate throughout each one of their daily activities, just as early Christians lived.”
  2. Unemployment is one of most serious issues.”

World to come:

  1. “God holds keys to solving any problem in the world.”
  2. “God can heal all diseases.”
  3. “God can make all things.”

Future of Church:

  1. “The church’s mission is to bring the faith to the ends of the earth. Church must go where people are indifferent to the faith.”
  2. “The church breathes with two lungs — East and West.”
  3. “Jesus looks for places untouched by hope. Those places are where he wants to go and he asks us to prepare his way.”
  4. “Sign of peace to each confirmed person challenges them to work toward communion within and outside the church, with enthusiasm and without being paralyzed by resistance.”
  5. “We understand our mission as that of helping all people, everyone in every place, to get to know Jesus.”
  6. “We need a Church with confidence: the confidence that comes from men and women captivated by the message of Jesus.”
  7. “The job of the Church is to bring the ‘logic of the Gospel into the thinking and gestures’ of those who govern (government).”

AI & Neuro Engineering

 

AI mimics: Cat level AI / Cat intelligence digital simulation, Chimpanzee level AI, Human emotion simulation

AI on hardware platforms: AI on traditional microprocessor, Neural network chip, Neuromorphic computing platforms

Robots with complex movements: Robotic players (e.g., soccer players), Biomimetic Anthropomorphic Robot Hand, Marine Robots

Brain computer interfacing


-> God of Business & Economics (Policy, Forecast, National Budget of all nations, Establishing & running Central Banks, International Finance, Economic Analysis). -> Einstein of Neuroscience, Cognitive Science, Neurology, Psychiatry. -> God of Nanotechnology, Biomedical Engineering. -> God of Physics, Theoretical Physics, Engineering Physics. -> God of Mathematics. -> God of Computer Science. God of Engineering.


Supercomputer with heart, crunching equations to maximize happiness at every moment.

Ride design. Magazine, comic book publishing Platform. DIY tools (Scratch ++, Lego). AR / VR / App experience. Concerts. Theme Parks with specific themes. Establishing / forming New Nations (195 ++).

Advocates of social causes (Organizer: Emmanuel). Political Party, Government. Majority ownership of many large private corporations in nations. Spiritual leader, caregiver of humankind. 

Co-development of Businesses. Career, Education, Job, Government. (9 months USA, 2 months Europe, 1 month rest of the World).

Writing fiction. Directing documentary, animation. Top-ranked / Olympic medal-winning Athlete (Training, Equipment: Immanuel). A large percentage of creative output of each Nation co-produced by Emmanuel.

Most major scientific discoveries, most major technological inventions -> Emmanuel.

Mysterious phenomena / Space / Deep sea exploration.

Body enhancements: Human body version 2.0. Immortality. Everlasting youth. 1000x feelings. Time travel is scientifically possible (already made possible by Extraterrestrial Intelligence). (He will be the first to walk upon many undiscovered paths [telepathy, out-of-body experiences, spirit]. Nature and spiritual world will open all secrets to him.)

Industries [United States]

 

Industries:

  1. Advertising, Marketing
  2. Aerospace & Defense
  3. Agribusiness
  4. Agricultural Services & Products
  5. Airlines
  6. Apparel
  7. Architectural Services
  8. Attorneys/Law Firms
  9. Automotive Retailing, Services
  10. Biotechnology
  11. Building Materials, Glass
  12. City Construction
  13. Chemicals
  14. Commercial Banks
  15. Computer Peripherals
  16. Computer Software (Consumer)
  17. Computer Software (Enterprise)
  18. Computers, Office equipment
  19. Construction & Farm machinery
  20. Cruise Ships & Lines
  21. Diversified Financials
  22. Diversified Outsourcing Services
  23. Education
  24. Electronics, Electrical Equipment
  25. Energy
  26. Engineering, Construction
  27. Entertainment
  28. Financial Data Services
  29. Food Consumer Products
  30. Food Production
  31. Food Services
  32. Food & Drug Stores
  33. Forest & Paper Products
  34. General Merchandisers
  35. Health Care: Medical Facilities
  36. Health Care: Pharmacy & Other Services
  37. Home Appliances
  38. Home Equipments, Furnishings 
  39. Home Builders
  40. Hotels, Resorts, Theme Parks
  41. Household & Personal Products
  42. Industrial Machinery
  43. Information Technology Services 
  44. Internet Services & Retailing
  45. Mail, Package & Freight Delivery
  46. Medical Products & Equipment, Health Care IT
  47. Metals
  48. Mining & Crude-Oil Production
  49. Motor Vehicles & Parts
  50. Network & Other Communications Equipments
  51. Oil & Gas Equipment, Services
  52. Packaging, Containers
  53. Petroleum Refining
  54. Pharmaceuticals
  55. Pipelines
  56. Publishing, Printing
  57. Railroads
  58. Real Estate
  59. Robotics
  60. Scientific, Photographic & Control Equipment
  61. Securities
  62. Semiconductors & Other Electronic Components
  63. Shipbuilding
  64. Specialty Retailers: Apparel
  65. Specialty Retailers: Others
  66. Sports Equipment
  67. Telecommunications
  68. Temporary Help
  69. Toys, Sporting Goods
  70. Transportation Equipment
  71. Transportation & Logistics
  72. Trucking, Truck Leasing
  73. Utilities: Gas & Electric
  74. Venture Capital
  75. Waste Management
  76. Wholesalers: Diversified
  77. Wholesalers: Electronics & Office Equipment
  78. Wholesalers: Food & Grocery
  79. Wholesalers: Health Care

Chemical Technologies II

 

Computing: Chemical Computer, DNA Data Storage.

Biomimicry at molecular level: Self-replicating chemical system, Molecular machines, A set of molecules capable of accomplishing a complex task.

Biomimicry at physiological level: Synthetic Chemico Electromechanical system (example from nature: Heart), Synthetic Chemico Electrical system (e.g, neuron, central nervous system), Synthetic Chemico Mechanical system (e.g., digestive system), Synthetic Chemico Optical system (retina).

Environment: Molecular systems that interact with environment. 

 


 

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