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Yes, Luis Is Right - It Is Different (god And Electron).

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Posted by Alexander on November 6, 2001 00:22:59 UTC

Electron beam can be measured (say, current, or, say, number of electrons striking computer screen to make this message, or energy of a beam, wavelength of electrons, mass of electron, its charge, spin, etc can be measured). Regardless what electron is made of, it is masurable object.

God is COMPLETYELY different object. It is unmeasurable, thus undescribable, it does not interact with a physical world (=does not influence it), it does not exist as a physical entity. Paraphrasing Harvey statement "It is everywhere" (where? and how do you know?), I would say based on properties of God that it is nowhere.

So one can be measured, while another can not.

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