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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on June 16, 2002 17:13:10 UTC

A radio telescope has the ability to "hear" faraway things. What kind of telescope could hear "God" who is in the title of this forum?
Maybe a person's life is the lense but the viewer
must do a fair amount of interpretation work.
I used it in a sentence, there, Mr. Harvey1.
If we were to have a standard glossary, it would work for telescopes. If the word was "God,"
a glossary could be a good starting point...especially if it had several meanings to reference, like a big comprehensive dictionary.
See ya,
Mike

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