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Posted by Astrphysicist on May 10, 1998 19:48:10 UTC

It may be fascinating to you both to talk about this stuff and I don't want to discourage it at all (i's all good)but the nice people who created this forum also created a God and Science forum (found at: http://www.astronomy.net/forums/god/ ). I think you might enjoy it there a little bit more (there are a couple of people who would jump at the chance to answer your questions). I personally have no comment on the subject. Good hunting! : I'm attempting to ascertain whether the theories : and models physics presents may be likened to : mysticism i.e. some form of exerience of 'God', and my : focus is primarily on the Black Hole and Singularity : models. I propose that there may be a relationship : between science and theistic religious traditions : insofar as they relate a normal position (religious : practice or science) to an extraordinary one : (so-called mystical experiences or in this case : singularities). Further, the common reference to : unity has inspired my inquiry.

: Please post comments that address my comments and : particularly from the viewpoint of science. If you : think my viewpoint mistaken please explain why.

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