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Posted by Richard Ruquist on September 19, 2002 20:19:03 UTC

between the laws of nature and the division of religions. Scientists know that the various forces of nature can be combined into invisible, massless, but fewer in number, forces all the way down to the unified field that unites all forces under God.

Thanks Harv.

I personally will continue to push the ideas that I find sensible and probabilistic. Each of us has a voice and ultimately that is what rules the world. Of course some voices are more equal than others, like the Bush voice, and so the world gets a particular bias. But that will not stop me from trying to affect that bias.

A very sensible choice for me is to assume that all religions are equally valid, even my own.

Plus free will

Plus free thinking

But responsible for my actions.


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