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Posted by Scott Abernathy on April 15, 2002 00:08:22 UTC

Georgiapine -

That type of introductory post will get you nowhere in this forum.

The Illusion of symmetry in the universe is only due to your biased human perception of reality. It is in our nature to place things in ordered fashion (grocery stores, taxonomy, dresser drawers, and so forth). The universe cannot help but seem ordered due to our evolved senses which place things in categories as a survival strategy. People in here will tell you differently, but in my estimation it won't matter to you because you seem pretty staunch in your faith. And I also didn't footnote my sources on how I know my information, so by that rationale I am wrong, correct (that is your style of judging sloppy logic, right)

Remember - underlying all the visible macroscopic world is a random chaos of subatomic particles leaping in and out of existence. There is no order only strategies to help us cope with the complexities of reality, whatever that may be.

But that is just my opinion, I could be right.

See ya round Mike, I mean "Cliff"


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