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Posted by Rick Schu on November 10, 2003 09:35:40 UTC

While we might say that there is a "time before time in space" and hence postulate time in a logical construct, we do not say that there is a "space before space in time"

As i (try to) understand physics, both statements are nonsensical. Both refer to something before the "big bang" and therefore before physics.

I spotted this flaw in your line of inquiry before i struggled through that second paragraph, and before i scrolled down and realized that you had simply found what you considered a clever way to quote Jesus on a science discussion board.

That's really a damn shame. If you'd quit playing games, and start studying science, you might find out how cool god (if it exists) really is.

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