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Posted by Alexander on February 12, 2001 20:39:42 UTC

I would not call it a miracle. I would call it investigation and discoveries. You see, only a year or two ago scientists had no idea where the Big Bang came from. Then they discivered the inflation. Now they discovered pre-inflationary false vacuum. And they even work on how this false wacuum itself works. Is not this amazing how fast we progress in science?

And, by the way: yesterday God was INSTEAD of Big Bang ('cause noone belived in BB), today science pushed him before Big Bang, and tomorrow inflation theory will push Him into "false vacuum", or may be even before that vacuum. Is not this a miracle of learning?

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