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Posted by Harvey on November 6, 2001 20:04:02 UTC

Alex,

Settle down... No one is yelling.

My answer is that infering the existence of God based on the many countless variables of complexity that make life possible and worth living (everything from Pauli exclusion principle to apple pie) is an obvious interpretation of the data as it is before us. The issue of miracles, resurrection, Adam, etc are only obvious to those who perhaps could possibly experience such events.

Warm regards, Harv

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