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Re: What We Wee, It Is.

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Posted by daViper on July 14, 1999 19:22:58 UTC

I don't think this person is composing poetry (though it is quite poetic isn't it). I think this person does not speak English well and is attempting to communicate ideas.

I agree, the science is incorrect in places such as where he says "the speed of light is not constant" but this is just a lack of information on the part of the writer.

There are some concepts however that one would have a tough time arguing with regarding the cutting edge measurments of Quantum Theory and Cosmology.

Whether the writer is implying God or not is not clear to me since Nature is the only word I see used.

One thing seems certain. Whether God exists or not, Nature does.

If Hawking can contemplate these issues, I see no reason someone else cannot likewise.

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