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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on June 7, 2002 22:04:09 UTC

"it would seem more consonant with God's wisdom and providence to think that He could and did create a world of secondary natures that could and did do His will. In other words, that He created a world which developed in the way in which he intended without His continually having make adjustments."

The guy who implies I'm a troll especially liked the quote above. I think these both reveal his level of comprehension pretty well.

"God's wisdom and providence" are revealed in pretty damn small measure in the 160 million year age of the dinosaurs, and in the "age" of those posters who follow my statements with DNFTT.

Anyone who thinks 160 million years of dinosaurs
shows good management will only be in the way of improving management in our time.
Learn that you are ignorant. Then you will be able to communicate with me. Double meaning intended.

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