I discuss the problem of suffering from a logical perspective and give some considerations on the nature of any logically definable deific entities given some typical assumptions. Specifically, the ordering in which assumptions are taken matters a great deal, as the implications for reality are different given different starting orders. I do not exclude the possibility of very many categories of potential deific entities, but impose some limitations for the behaviour of a being which is (at least) both "good" and "relatively all-powerful." I also discuss implications for AI safety and creating being(s) which would be desired to be both "good" and "relatively all-powerful" and to specifically avoid the problem of suffering ("Artificial Superintelligence").
Improvisation - not my best.
From the urn? A hypothesis: adult colouring for mental health improvement would be more effective if you *didn't* colour in between the lines. However, the lines are still important to guide your pens.
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