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Posted by Mario Dovalina on December 16, 2001 01:54:13 UTC

Accidentally hit "post" before I wrote anything... silly me...

Anyway:

I've never doubted the possibility that I am wrong. But when it comes to matters involving logic and incomplete science, you have to work with what you've got. In order for any opinion or belief to be considered valid [by me], it has to pass the Logic Test. I haven't seen you present much in arguments like this in the way of logic. It's mostly just "What if? What if? What if?", while, though fun and entertaining, shouldn't form the foundation for a belief system. Unless someone can come up with a scientific and logical defense for his beliefs, shouldn't we just say that it's only a hypothesis, and attach no bias to it? One step at a time.

I can't refute any of your arguments because they are logically irrefutable. I can't argue against a "It doesn't make sense now, but it will eventually." type argument because it implies knowledge that doesn't yet exist. So we're stuck in a rut.

The only thing I can suggest is that your beliefs reside entirely in the realm of fantasy and hope. I hope you can see this is the case. Why should such assumptions form the foundations of your belief system?

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