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Re: Big-Bang.

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Posted by Shadows/">Shadows on December 2, 1998 12:02:40 UTC

This is sounding more like personal philosopy (excuse the spelling) and less like a question.

: : What's wrong with a book?

: Science has saparate itself's to nature. Science has developed own scientific-cone's. : Today we can understand, what is natural thing, and what is not.

: Do we have seeing any kind of natural nuclear-explosion at nature? : Do we have seeing any kind of natural metal-forks at nature? : Do we have seeing any kind of computer-material at born in nature? : Do we have seeing any kind of constant "radio-signal" at nature?

: We, humans, has developed many things, non-natural thing's. If we dont see this, we cause something unknown efect at nature-system. That nature-system, which has 'developed' long, long, time, itself. : I dont see, that human's invent-process is natural-process.

: We can destroy our world, our selves, our nature if we want. : We can destroy, by our thoughts. : You and me, thoughts.

: How small is smallest matter part? : How big is biggest space?

: Books can be right and wrong. Books are result of human doings.

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