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Re: God Vs Science Vs Logic

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Posted by Beelzebub X on October 19, 1999 17:22:58 UTC

: Beezlebub: : Destruction and reconstruction, that's the way of life! A rigid system is a dead system! : %%%: : Yeah, I understand and agreed...but the destruction you talked about was in another way no? : And can you compare physics or biology and human kind?

: Beezlebub: : When you want to find the truth then you must destroy the "old" theories and construct them new...again and again! : Human kind? It's probably also a slave of "cause and consequence".

: Greg: : When you want to find the Truth, you do not destroy the old theories, rather you attempt to discover what is True or untrue about them, otherwise there can be no progress because you are always starting over again.

: Mankind's progress cannot just be a matter of cause and consequence, otherwise, what would we have to aspire to?

Beelzebub: You must slit them open without scruple and respect (I mean the theories...LOL), but never forget what you see, even if it's terrible bloody and stupid...

What would we have to aspire to? That's not important, the life will go on! We will never really recognize that we have no, where is the problem?

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