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Posted by Harvey on October 26, 2001 14:51:22 UTC

Hi Mark,

>>>H: "If you notice nowhere did I plead ignorance for my reason to believe." M: I never plead ignorance for my reason either; my argument is infact founded upon a nearly rock-solid theory of physics (Quantum Mechanics).>H: "Instead I showed the weakness of holding something as defined when it cannot possibly be defined." M: I am aware of the context within which you meant "definition", however, with a slight twist on the word "defined" I can argue that position and momentum can not possibly be well "defined". Therefore, since "determinism" of a particle doesn't exist, so it stands that a "holy creator" only need tamper with probabilities in order to influence you life (heads you live, tails you die).

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