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So, Basicly He Is A Passive Observer.

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Posted by Alexander on January 10, 2002 20:55:17 UTC

With no evidence of his existence.

Then I agree with you, god may only be existing in a such way that no evidence of this existence can be seen in any (going simply as symmetry requires) physical processes.

By the way, coincidence is just rare but statistically (mathematically) allowed process, no need to insert God's will here either.

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