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Posted by Robert Garfinkle on March 15, 2003 06:02:16 UTC

Hi Richard,

Again, I have to say eloquent post. Annihilation does not mean complete removal from existence, from what I have read, and understand, it simply means that an object or objects are not the same as they were before and that the once existing 'relationship' is changed. Does that make sense?

You bring up logical points and restatement of observations.

I am learning.

Robert

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