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Posted by Yasir on November 27, 2001 16:24:41 UTC

This word makes me yell really. There is , of course , no room for some "mischivious" God to be out there and do things completely on his own without following the laws which we have observed and verified throughout the history and will continue to do so uptill infinite future (condition: if our species survive that long).

But how healthy this attitude is in science (not philosophy of science or metaphysics) and how much we really are sure about our "selfs" to state
the absence of anything like God on the basis that its existence is not proved so its not there(what about other phenomena not "proved" or discovered yet: can we say they don't exist?).How much are we sure of the amount of observations we have made? Is it enough to be so bold?


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