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Who Is Actually Responsive To On-topic Questions Put To Them?

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on November 30, 2001 19:08:44 UTC

Looks to me like rhetoric is the true domain
of some who claim to be most rigorous and scientific. Maybe you think it of me.

I re-ask this question, even though primitively worded as an hypothesis-construct:

http://www.astronomy.net/forums/god/messages/12942.shtml

and believe its consequences are decisive for
strictly mechanical theories of universe.

If you fail to logically tear it down,
it is reasonable to conclude that it is because you cannot.

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