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If That Were So, Why So Much Craziness? Why?

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Posted by Phil.O.Sofir on October 30, 2001 02:05:47 UTC

I guess I'll put my two cents in first,
basically, we have gained alot of knowledge of reality, compared to "before" and we just have'nt figured out what it all really means, and what to do with our new knowledge, Math really only explains in our own human terms, acording to our senses, a way of trying to understand it all, just like religion does.

It is just that it can prove over and over again that certain things in our closed movement through the present movement of the universe will turn out the "virtually" the same more often than religion can.

The problem is with that "virtually" thing, a higher degree of acuracy does not mean we know it all.

Maybe that when we consider that obvious simularity; that God, Philosophy, math, science, nature and really all of our combined experiances are a part of the whole same thing.

Answers! This is what we are looking for! And every individual finds thier variations.

Here"s a good one, I made it up all by myself.

"The fool says there is no math!" I kinda realate it all together.

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