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Why Make The Assumptions You Stated?

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on September 19, 2002 06:35:00 UTC

Phillip wrote:
"If something exists then there must be some point in time at which it did not. Please help, I am very confused."

In 1976, I wrote this solution...never before had anyone conceived...oh, actually, if my solution is true, it has most likely been thought many times.
That is...
Why assume that existence is more unnatural than nonexistence?

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