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Boundary Conditions Are Very Strong

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on January 29, 2002 14:40:26 UTC

But some messenger from god telling you what to do, like fly into the WTC, does not appear to be a boundary condition. My experience is that god's messengers play both sides of every game, but rather weakly as they cannot 'make' some one do anything. They can only request or otherwise influence humans to make things happen. Apparently there are rules that prevent more direct intervention.

Of course, people who are strong believers and who think they are being singled out to do god's work are strongly influenced. But I still see this as a weak process and not at all like a boundary condition. It's more like meddling from the inside out.



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