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Posted by Alan on July 13, 2002 09:16:25 UTC

Dr. Stafford has made a stunning discovery about how everything is as if made of nothing.

When you analyse the structure of nothing; you find God has complete power over nothing.

There is an amazing argument it seems that shows that if you really had 'nothing' there is plenty of room for God. God is the inevitable consequence of nothing? No. God is greater even than 'nothing'. People think 'nothing' is a reasonable, potentially inevitable-like scenario as a theory of everything.

But 'nothing' is not so powerful as people think. If you believe in nothing you might want to analyse nothing and you might glimpse why there is an eternal living God?

God is outside time so before-after doesn't apply.
But it is in analysing the structure of nothing that one glimpses the power of God over nothing.


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