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Posted by Aurino Souza on March 28, 2002 14:24:15 UTC

You got it backwards! The real problem is, if the detectors do start moving, how can you possibly attribute it to God?

If you don't understand that the concept of God, as entertained by most people, is essentially flawed, you are as guilty of naivette as they are. Which makes it pointless for you to mock them as you are two of a kind.

I once asked myself this question: if God existed, what could he possibly do to prove once and for all that he exists? Write his name in the stars? Write the solution to quantum paradoxes in Bible Code? Take human form and roam the earth performing miracles? Nahh... if you think about it, the answer becomes clear; there's nothing God could possibly do to assert his existence, nothing at all.

Now that's what you should be thinking about, the fact that you wouldn't recognize God even if He stared you in the eye. Don't you find that puzzling? I do.

Have fun,

Aurino (back with a vengeance)

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