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Posted by Richard Ruquist on March 22, 2003 02:50:40 UTC

I could not discern where you did the same thing as me. In fact, I am not sure what that is.

Perhaps it was the reference to absolute zero as the residence of god, so to speak.

I have no trouble with that. It is not a plus or minus thing. But god as in mass is not a plus or minus thing either.

What I like about the absolute zero definition of god, if I may use that terminology, is that anything at absolute zero would be a frictionless quantum coherent Bose-Einstein Condensate (BEC), which plays prominently in the understanding of quantum consciousness.

Guess I just like the way you think. Very creative and very positive.



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