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His Definition Of 'God' Has No Ethics; That Fits Him

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on March 21, 2003 23:32:02 UTC

* wrote:
"So we can justifiably and scientifically define God as all the mass of the universe, which is realized in its quiet essence in the singularities of black holes. That of course is not the only possible scientific definition of God. But it is nevertheless a rather good (and evil) one, pun intended."


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