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Re: How Can People Still Think There's A God!

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Posted by Piero Benazzo/">Piero Benazzo on June 25, 1998 13:14:17 UTC

There is a simple argument for believing in god: Do you think man can find everything? If you answer is no, then what remains impossible to our experience has to be thought as god. Ancient men thought of gods about what they didn't understand. I think there is something hiddden man will never be able to see. Think about chaos. Nobody can assure that its laws are only probabilistic around attractors. May be there are hidden elements that act in the quantic laws and form perfectly deterministic laws. But man can only see part of that and calls it chaos. Ciao.

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