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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on June 7, 2002 02:51:10 UTC

".....could not doubt there too."

Obscurity leads to hesitation. In heaven there is no obscurity therefore there is no need to hesitate and this is the reason why there is no doubt in heaven. Sciences will be known well to all in heaven (especially to those who ask to know of G_D). Also the laws of science can not be broken in heaven just as they can not be broken on earth. The 'Science' laws are absolute in all surroundings (relative surroundings that is) No?

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