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Posted by Human I. Scientist on July 22, 1999 11:58:31 UTC

Have you see empty space, pure zero, place where is not any kind of matter(material).

Empty space dont have - planets - light - energy - atoms - genes - cells - 'big-bangs' - 'black-holes' - trees - etc.

So. What we have, what we see?

We can see matter, which make. - planets - livings things - etc.

Matter dont need to be, exist, but, it is, move, make forms, etc.

I born, start to be. Matter at space, born, start to be.

What i say;

We Humans, cant never, cant never, say, how this all start.

We can make views, like science does, or religions, or etc, but,

How we can talk non-matter things?

Our brains thinking method is matter-kind, our sensing-method is matter-kind, etc.

We can see this, when we look, how we operate. You and me.

Am i wrong.

I cannot say, God is, or, God is not.

How i can have that kind of information? Non-matter information.

I'm, only, pure, poor lonesome Human at earth.

I live, i die. Thats all, falks.

Love and Peace. Human.

By the way. My words come to seeing many english-wording movies, so sorry my languages.

What is wrote is not thruth at ypur mind. Every-body must look world at own mind, and think, what is round. After that, can understand, Our body-mind is amazing stuff. Not like a computer.

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