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Re: My Faith Lies In Evolution... I Was A Horrible Physics Student, Though I'm Learning :o)

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Posted by Tön on November 26, 1999 15:09:42 UTC

I beleive the creator created the rules of evolution. It is hard for us to fanthom that the things that behold and surround us could be left to chance. But if chance is an integral part of design then is our true definition of "chance"? The inexplicable? We try to use the logic of understanding in a limited sense and assume that this reality is true to all just because we can grasp it. I'll admit that the "accidental" is hard to swallow. I believe in te mystery of the universe and that everything that abides and contradict it's rules. If the creator intervenes in the design process in every level, hey that's cool, but I think the beauty of his handy work is how uses a method of trail and error, chaos, and chance to create a vast amount things. I still believe in evolution as a process of design.

Tön

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