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Posted by Richard Ruquist on November 6, 2002 20:29:38 UTC

God can mean anything. The question then is can anything be all powerful. Sorry but I answered the question, can anything be all knowing. Silly me.

No thing can know the future exactly. However, in certain limited conditions scientists can predict the future to parts in a million. So clearly the future can be known to a certain extent. That is what allows us to make calendars that tell us what will happen in the future- like what day Christmas will fall on. That can be done rather exactly. All technology is built on knowing what the future will as a consequence of certain actions. (;))

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