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Posted by Les Lester/">Les Lester on October 11, 1998 19:48:06 UTC

Comprehensive home page, Paul. Keep up the good work. I'm a journalist myself and don't have much of an opportunity to research scientific matters, but how about proliferating my theory (on time travel), if it makes sense to you. Thank God for the www.

I just read recently where theories for the television and other modern concepts were imagined back in the 1700's and before, but they were simply too ahead of their time to reach diffusion. The internet shall accelerate our diffusive and thus innovative capacity.

: Hi. I haven't read the messages here, but I've been having what I think must be similar discussions in FIDONET and on AOL fora.

: I don't see that there's any necessary conflict between "science" and "religion." My own case may be instructive -- I'm a born-again Christian, and one of my papers has just passed peer review at Papers of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific.

: "The heavens declareth the glory of God, and the firmament sheweth his handiwork." -- Psalm 19:1

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