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Posted by Mike Pearson on March 6, 2002 05:38:44 UTC

Hi Dolphin,
Your physics writing is quite fascinating
when I read it, as much as I comprehend on first
reading. Wow...
Your comment some months ago that our contact with historical Christ makes a kind of information wave over the centuries is a different kind. So I have a dilemma to ask as a question...for anyone, including you.

What is the purpose of our attempts to gain access to powers of nature at the cosmological level? Is it so that we will comprehend ourselves better, or gain personal power, or are we just on an interesting tangent?

Before turning 12, science fiction had my attention in a big way, so I am not asking any strict, conventional theological question here.
But how important are these physics concepts we've often described to the issues of "God and Science" if either one of them are concerned primarily with the benefits of this knowledge?


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