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Stable Design Of Universe: How Does It Affect Our Aspirations?

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Posted by M.W.Pearson on March 29, 2003 18:05:43 UTC

Hi Russell,
Of course your article is worthy of a careful
reading. The purpose of this response is to
attach a related topic. I hope there will be
discussions of your summary. It appears to be
very readable as far as I went.
Related Topic:
Clearly, technical understanding of "nuts and bolts" of the universe can empower non-technicians. (ie.The industrialists use the work of the scientists to bomb one another for financial and political gain.)
Do you feel relativity will empower the industrialists in a similar way?
Can relativity be useful in deriving ethics?

Mike

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