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Posted by Alexander on January 6, 2002 18:13:39 UTC

In Rocky Mountains with my friends from Russia. Now it is back to school time (unfortunately).

As to joining religions (especially blindly) - I see no point in that. If you want to understand nature, learn more physics with emphasis on math. Religion is no help in understanding how nature works because it explains nothing about out mathematical universe. Instead, math explains all natural laws and the way objects interact in universe (and even the structure of objects themselves). Learn fundamentals of chemistry to see how chemistry emerges from physics of interaction of electric charges (atoms). Learm molecular biology te see how life emerges from chemistry.

Of course, you will have many questions. Ask competent people. Usually those who are well educated and "hands-on" experienced on the subject give you most accurate answers.

(But remember that human brain capacity is very limited, thus no one knows or remembers everything and thus you may sometimes get wrong answer even from the most brilliant brains on the planet).

Also remember that brain (especially memory) deteriorates quickly with age, so try to learn as much as possible till you are young and do not waste you precious megabytes on superstitions including religions.

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