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Do(es) God(s) Make Dice To Play?

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Posted by Alexander on October 23, 2001 23:24:24 UTC

Mark and Paul in the threads below (a few days back) made an intersesting point: that god(s) actively participate in our everyday events by influensing all events in a random way - and that is why quantum mechanicsal events are so unpredictable.

Is this, what you wanted to say, Mark and Paul? Correct me if I am incorrect.

So, does god make events unpredictable, or their wave nature?

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