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Posted by Sam Patterson on May 24, 2002 02:19:44 UTC

Star wars II was not very good. I don't recomend it.

Anyway, if you take a look at the 'simplest' organisms that exist, they are amazingly complex.
My question was if you think it's logical that it came togheter without any intelligence at all.
Wouldn't it all have to come togheter at the same
for any of it to work at all? Just think about this question, and please answer honestly. When you take a look at all the world, plants, animals, us, and how it all works togheter so well, does it not seem to be created? That's all I want to know. KC2GWX 73's

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