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Harv Cites "a Matter Of Brute Fact" -- Is That A "dogma?"

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on September 16, 2004 02:07:45 UTC

If I had written what Harv wrote, Yanniru would, in the times when he deigned to reply,
have labelled it "pure gibberish." However,
you, Harv, have somehow impressed Richard with
your theological writing. I doubt any of it
extends any line of science or the philosophy of
science, because these would require a coherent
proposition to test.
Neither of you has even reached the level of
beginner in the mathematics of the effects of human thought into your cosmological speculations.
This seems especially wasteful considering that I
promoted that topic several times.
Harv wrote:
Similarly, I believe, all of the supposed haphazard behavior of evolutionary processes that led to deadends and all sorts of other 'failures' in evolution, all are seen in context of the some predestined occurrence. Failed events in evolution are just as predetermined as those events of wonderous design which many religionists believe give meaning to the world.

Predetermined, eh? You're still, after all these years on the forum, stuck at square one...
Is your ego making you blind to a truth greater than rhetoric can describe?


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