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Posted by Scott Abernathy on May 15, 2002 16:11:03 UTC

There work may be technical and geniune, but there conclusions cannot be supported by science. Maybe they are "creating" a new type of science that I am not aware of. A science that allows the idea of God to explain away our logical problems. God is the easy way out!! How did God create everything? Was it a poof? Maybe God uses evolution to create. Has that ever crossed your mind? God has no place in science. I believe in God and I certainly don't want the idea of God in science. God is intangible and science is based on tangible reality. Maybe science is just not able to comprenhend the implications of a God. Either way it is the best way we have.

Scott

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