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Posted by Yasir on November 28, 2001 16:24:28 UTC

What do you mean to say? Does it have anything to do with believing GOD OF ORDER ( a non-controversial being in scientific community and defined before)?

If you are saying that believing in God of Order is like being intermediate between being athiest or religious, then I think I would be liked to call an 'athiest'who loves the 'God or order'(ie the symmetries of physical systems).The reason using 'God of order'for objective reality is given before.

But, ofcourse, not to forget at any moment that views can change and should ,infact, 'must' to avoid conservation.

I,indeed, respect yours and the knowledge of all other people in the forum and want to correct myself by getting acquainted with what you people have got and acquaintance ofcourse comees from discussions and questions.

Yasir.

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