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Posted by M.W.Pearson on January 11, 2002 19:49:01 UTC

In my life philosophy, it is unnecessary to reduce matters to equations more basic than will truly describe them. I believe in making systems complex enough to support the services they are designed to provide...not more...but not less either. In public policy, I do not reduce persons to categories. Practical experience shows life will do that. Our task in providing service is to enable an interval of individual opportunity, not to make them fit in to lifeless molds left by previous users.
In short, I believe in Continuing Creation, but am not necessarily opposed to a Big Bang now and then, such as (but not limited to) the Big Bang of Animal Evolution which apparently occurred about 600 million years ago
(600,002,002 years BC).

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