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AnonyWandaqueen States My Posts "will Be Removed From The Forum"

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on April 15, 2004 18:34:50 UTC

Anonymous Wandaqueen states:
"Sir fred hoyle has recently in his research with Narlikar changed his thinking on continuous creation. He now believes that it only happens at locations in the universe that are not covariant."


And, pray tell, what does Einstein
"now believe" if you are in communication with our dear departed.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/1503721.stm



Anonymous Wandaqueen states:
"Regarding the main import of your post, however, it is a fallacy to use the words religion or Jesus, esp in its title, as such posts will be removed from this forum, as were a bunch of posts below. It seems that science & religion are no longer tolerated on the Astronomy Forum. Besides, what does the theoretical big bang have to do with Jesus???? Answer quickly before this thread disappears."

I think Wandaqueen is telling us that Wandaqueen tells us what the moderator will do. If true,
the moderator is discredited, because Wandaqueen and its "Secretary" aka "Rawson" appendage have been so dishonest and rude.

Warm regards,
Mike

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