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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on September 16, 2001 00:49:58 UTC

"Did anyone go out of their way and carve the Grand Canyon out of rock with a hammer and chisel? No, it was a natural process."

How so?

"No sentient forces were involved."

How do you know that the subtleness of the sentient being is not making it impossible for you to feel the force at this time?

A door is constructed (made) out of material. So a cell has to be constructed out of material. How do you explain where the material to form a cell came from?

" current theory does not require, or even suggest, sentience."

I am inquiring so the theory is impractical for me when it is unable to explain the force that is required to bring in to being the elements that make up a single cell. How can the theory that you mention not require knowing when I am sentient and wish to know what is to become of me. It matters to me. I am more important that a theory. Could it be that the theory is incomplete and needs a leap of faith?


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Jisbond

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