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Re: Before The Big Bang

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Posted by Wally on April 22, 1998 22:15:54 UTC

I personnally find it hard to believe that something can come from nothing, since this contradicts the definition of nothing (as stated by. As easy as it seems to put faith in the thought of a supreme creator, I feel this is for the sole reason of personal satisfaction and can't solely believe this theory either. However, I do find it easy to explain the billions of chemical reactions occuring in my brain at this moment creating my "human emotion" and making me type this mumbo jumbo as I speak. I think the billions of years of evolution involved with cells and modern animals may explain a portion of the exactness involved with this precise cell division and DNA functioning. It is one of the most basic concepts of simple biology, survival of the fittest. This is by no means absurd and I think that the belief in a creator is just as, if not more irrational than the creation of something from nothing.

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