I found a bit of tripe on the web that is relevant to this node. Abuse of scientific concepts makes me mad.

Definition of God

God, consciousness, oversoul, superphoton, Creator, Alpha Node, etc... are all synonymous terms. So what is this God?

First, God is pure potentiality, this concept originating elsewhere but whose veracity necessitates its unoriginal use in this article. It is a superphoton with potential to be anything at anytime, to experience anything within physical limitations. The key to this concept is that God is not everything already, but is in the process of becoming one with everything. A seed is potentially a tree, but it is not a tree until it has time to grow. Likewise, God is potentially everything, but cannot be so unless it has time to infuse itself within all matter and energy. This also why "time" even exists.

Second, God is eternal order and transitory chaos. When flipping a coin or watching an animal do what it does, it is impossible to always predict exactly what will happen next. It is chaotic, but only transitorily so, for collecting data over long periods of time will allow one to gather an idea a certain behavior's probability. If the system's behavior is studied for an infinite period of time, its probability is perfectly comprehended, and is no longer chaotic when viewed in light of such an extended period. True chaos is God in action and creation. If all behavior were mechanical and perfectly predictable, with no evidence of chaos, then there is no originality, creativity, or creation resulting from that behavior. God's motive is to explore its own potential and gain all information, knowledge, wisdom, and experience there is to be gained, thus chaos is the only path to reach such a goal.

Third, God is negentropic synergy. Negentropy is characteristic of a process organizing random, uniform, stagnant systems into organized, interesting, lively ones. Synergy describes getting more out than in. Together, negentropic synergy means that the influence of God causes matter and energy to organize into complex systems, allowing more varied forms of expression with greater complexity of those systems. For example, one of these systems is the human brain, and another is humanity. Both are complex and non-uniform in function, as well as chaotic and dynamic.

Were there no God, all rock would eventually turn to dust and matter would decay into energy. Rather, rock is quarried by humans and made into works of art or buildings to house the functions of society. In particle accelerators, energy is converted to matter, etc... The probability of each of these things happening in such ways without conscious intent (the influence of God) is virtually zero.

In thermodynamic systems, entropy (random energy distributed among the molecules in the form of heat which is unusable for further work) can only be decreased if energy is added to the system, as in electricity running an air-conditioner which forces the house to cool while expelling hot air (entropy would be evident when your house warms to the same temperature as the air outdoors). In social systems, God's influence is equivalent to this electricity, but informational, rather than electrical in nature. Thus, God is counter-decay and anti-entropy.

There is more, but I dont think you want to know about how God is an Interface with the universe or about the holographic nature of the universe.

In order to be a little bit fair, the ideas that the author is putting forth are not, in themselves, ludicrous. They're unprovable theories, which makes them a bit less interesting. I dont mean to be an asshole. The thing that bugs me is simply the juxtaposition of scientific terminology in order to lend credence to these speculations. Philosophising of this sort could be done well enough without the scientific jargon.