I posted one in another group and the results were positively comical.
I made a correlation between the Eastern Orthodox Christian formulation of the Trinity construct to the 20th/21st century formulation of the various Quantum Mechanics constructs, as it relates to the various ways that humans attempt to ascertain truth-values within their knowledge domains and how they utilize the best of class methodologies available at the time in order to create metaphors strong enough to assist humans to comprehend concepts that are not easily digested and visualized without deep reflection.
Some evidence is how those who work in Quantum Theory describe the ineffable nature of the thing and the ways they describe the difficulty of full comprehension are very similar to the way ancient Christians (pre-reformatiion) described the difficulty of humans to comprehend the Trinity construct.
I’m rewording it from the original [I don’t remember what I said initially and I don’t like copying/pasting when I can just rephrase it fresh] but that’s the ‘gist’ of what I was saying.
Two people out of many understood what I was getting at.
The rest just ran on knee-jerk reactivism assuming ALL sorts of things about me and were coming at the question from a singular bias without “playing along” with the concept at all.
I was accused of hidden agendas, ad hominems flew freely and I was laughing the whole time because I knew that would be the typical response I’d get.
But two people “got” what I was saying, and I was satisfied.
There’s an example.