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Posted by Robert Garfinkle on March 1, 2003 20:20:21 UTC

Every once in a while, as I catch this forum, and the topics. I notice a bit of tension between posters.

I am not the smartest of people, and maybe some of my posts are rediculous (there, I have said it myself...), but I feel that I am treated as an equal. This is good. Thanks...

But I notice animosity amongst posters, and I think it takes away from the content.

It's funny too, as I have been frequenting this forum from time to time - over the past two years etc, and have noticed, that as world tensions intensify, we here, have a tendency to gravitate or shall I say bring up world event topics. I myself am not innocent of this. This is not a complaint, just an observation. Opinion and thoughts are good things to share.

The GOD & Science forum inherently will spark heavy debate and difference of opinion. I expect that, but I am sad to see character attacks between posters.

I, for as much as I can understand of what most of you have to say here, have never seen a more cumulative nest of intelligence and wit. It is why I keep coming back from time to time. I learn from everyone here, and for me, this is good.

My point: I have made it.

Carry On...

Robert

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