What is a Divergent Compendium of Knowledge?


It is a way of describing the many topics of importance being brought together in one site.


Easier to find, easier to remember. The Allipedia means All-ipedia. In other words all topics.


We are located here in the Milky Way galaxy












at least from our point of view. 

After all, who went outside of our galaxy to photograph it? 🙂

If you attempt to input this into your GPS, you may end up passing through a space-time singularity and become lost for all time.

It is better just to say “Beam me up Scotty!” and if he does you will get here. If he doesn’t he may be asleep or he may have become an atheist who believes this is all by accident. Some atheists take offence at the word “accident” and prefer “by chance”. If you can figure out what the difference between “by accident” and “by chance” is, please let me know because even the dictionary-makers do not seem to see a difference. 🙂


Most accidents don’t look this pretty. Do accidents make things look better or worse?


I assume you know that many people believe that we got here by accident. Observe the photos below. What do you think? Which photos appear like an accident to you?


Notice any similarities or differences between the photos?

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  1. Click on any picture below.
  2. When it has expanded to full size, you may advance to the next photo by using your left and right arrow keys to move left or right
  3. How many accidents can you find?


Which photos appear like accidents to you?

PS – There are those who point to frost on a window as “an accident” which no one created making a beautiful pattern.

Very true and interesting point. As far as I know frost has been with us since the beginning of the earth.

I have never heard of any instances of frost turning into a living creature, have you?

Flowers too have patterns that allow us to recognize what kind they are. Of course there appears to be design in nature. That is why it is rather arrogant to declare that there can be no designer when it is obvious there is a design. That is the equivalent of seeing a beautiful new sports car red-sports-carand someone telling you that he just found it in a scrapyard perfectly formed and ready to drive. Would you believe that person?

Elementary Math Logic

No Sports Car = No Designer

Sports Car = A Designer

No design = No Designer

Design = A Designer


I had a friend once when I was very young, about 10 or 11. We loved to explore woods, follow rivers, explore old “haunted” houses.

One day we were traveling through a beautiful woods and then suddenly we came upon a clearing.

Across the clear area was a large old mansion long-abandoned. But as we studied it, we noticed the remains of beautiful touches lovingly added to the mansion long ago, stained glass windows now broken, cornice-work, ‘gingerbread’ that told us that at one time this mansion was a large and beautiful home built for the owners.

I looked at my friend in wonderment and said, “Wow! I wonder who built that beautiful house so long ago?”

He looked at me and said, “Nobody, of course! It just happened all by itself.”

What would you think if someone said that to you?

Here is an example of an old mansion that was built by nobody.


There are some who would have liked to have met Mr. “Nobody” and asked him why he built it.

No House = No Designer

House = Designer

Fundamental logic


Some quotes by famous people


Ralph Waldo Emerson

Shallow men believe in luck or in circumstance. Strong men believe in cause and effect.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson


You can give a man who has never given you a good word,
Volumes of knowledge.
And you can give a man who has never given you a gift,
A thousand gifts.
You can give that same man who has never given you a blessing,
A thousand blessings.
And you can offer that same man who has never
Offered a hand to help you grow,
Seeds to help him grow a garden.
And while you have never seen true kindness from his direction,
You still offer to help push him up.
And in the end,
He only wants to be the hand that pulls you down.
Do not worry, my friends.
Cause and effect was written by the stars of the universe.
He who passes suffering onto others
Will also have that suffering passed onto his own children.
Gifts he feels he should have in the next lifetime will be unobtainable.
And the help he needs to grow in the next lifetime will be unavailable.
And the people he cuts down that were good to him,
Will cut him down in the next lifetime.
What goes around does come back again,
Even through your children.
There is a vibrational effect
In every action,
Just as there is
A vibration that rings
From every letter
In every word.
No cause occurs without effect
And no effect occurs without cause.
No unjust action goes without penalty
And no action or thought
Flows unnoticed
The universe.”
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem


Johnny Rich

“Nothing’s random. Even if it looks that way, it’s just because you don’t know the causes.”
Johnny Rich, The Human Script
“Karma literally means “deed” or “act” and more broadly names the universal principle of cause and effect, action and reaction which governs all life. Karma is a natural law of the mind, just as gravity is a law of matter.”
Satguru Sivaya Subramuniyaswami


“When two things occur successively we call them cause and effect if we believe one event made the other one happen.
If we think one event is the response to the other, we call it a reaction. If we feel that the two incidents are not related, we call it a mere coincidence.
If we think someone deserved what happened, we call it retribution or reward, depending on whether the event was negative or positive for the recipient.
If we cannot find a reason for the two events’ occurring simultaneously or in close proximity, we call it an accident.
Therefore, how we explain coincidences depends on how we see the world. Is everything connected, so that events create resonances like ripples across a net? Or do things merely co-occur and we give meaning to these co-occurrences based on our belief system?
Lieh-tzu’s answer: It’s all in how you think.”
Liezi, Lieh-tzu: A Taoist Guide to Practical Living
“The Law of Karma is also called the Law of Cause and Effect, Action and Reaction and: as you sow, so shall you reap.”
Sham Hinduja
Isaac Newton came up with laws of cause and effect and motion.
Basically he said that for everything that happens there is a cause. For every action we see there is a cause.
Thumbnail of Sir Isaac Newton (source)
Sir Isaac Newton
(25 Dec 1642 – 20 Mar 1727)
English physicist and mathematician who made seminal discoveries in several areas of science, and was the leading scientist of his era.


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