Scientific Proof of God, A New and Modern Bible, and Coexisting Relations of God and the Universe

Friday, May 13, 2016

903. My Seventh Summary About Benjamin Franklin

In this summary, I studied a new idea that was developed by Gottfried Leibniz. This new idea appeared in the 18th century and also became related to work of Benjamin Franklin, Ernst Cassirer, The Declaration of Independence, and Yale University. Below, I discuss this new idea by studying the book of The Philosophy of Symbolic Forms, Volume1: Language, and Introduction. page 23 and 24 by Cassirer.

This new idea was developed by Gottfried Leibniz before he died in 1716. Cassirer said that Leibniz viewed this new idea as the character of life in the nature of ultimate reality. For example, Leibniz summed up this new idea with the concept of the whole, which gained a different and deeper significance. Based on this new idea, we can no longer reduce things by merely summing a whole of its parts, with numbers or mathematics. Thus, new wholes exist are organic and are not mechanic. So, the schools of physics lost its work on the life of humans, animals, and plants.

Thus, in 1750, this new idea received a lot of attention and served the thinkers of the Enlightenment. , I connected this new idea with the work of Ben Franklin. I know that Ben was sent to Germany in 1766. In Germany, Ben became a member of the Royal Society of Science at Gottingen and learned the new idea in very detail.

After Ben's interaction with scientists in Germany and France, the American colonists learned from Ben that American humans must become equal. So, from June 11 to June18, Thomas Jefferson drafted The Declaration of Independence. This draft was debated in the Committee of the Whole, was modified, and was approved on July 4. Ben made most of the changes to Jefferson's draft. However, Ben changed the statement, for the people to the for one people. Ben rejected 'for the people' because it meant that all humans are mechanical. Thus, Ben accepted 'for one people' because it meant that all humans, all animals, and all plants are organic or living things.
In his Autobiography on page 322, Ben speaks of 'the immortality of the human soul.' I understand Ben and say that all different souls are born before different bodies form. Some soul-bodies are organic and other soul-bodies are mechanical and are not living things. Thus, after a human dies and is reborn, the person could be reborn in the nation he or she lived. So, all humans in all nations must become equal. Thus, the economic system of rich and poor humans must be destroyed in all nations. If nations do not destroy the economic system of rich and poor humans, reborn humans will be born in unequal nations. Today, all nations are unequal. So, all reborn humans will never know where their last life was or where their new life will begin. Thus, when Ben said in the Declaration of Independence that the USA must become 'one people.' Ben means that 'one people' must develop one nation, one planet, and one universe. Ben's 'one people' means that atheism must also be eliminated.

I conclude that the U.S. Congress, President, and the Supreme Court must turn their thoughts to the work of Benjamin Franklin, Yale Universities data of Ben, and Yale Universities work of Ernst Cassirer. I also conclude that atheism must be removed from the USA because atheists say that humans are mechanical. Further, the republicans, democrats, and the current potential presidents must adjust their thoughts to Ben's 'one people' of The Declaration of Independence.' If Ben's 'one people' is never installed, planet earth will become a very nasty and ugly human behavior.

My books about God and the Universe are in agreement with the work of Gottfried Leibniz:

1. The First Scientific Proof of God (2006), 271 pages, (click)
2. A New and Modern Holy Bible (2012), 189 pages.
3. God And His Coexistent Relations To The Universe. (2014), 429 page.


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