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Posted by M.W.Pearson on April 18, 2003 16:02:18 UTC

Hi Jeevananda,
You wrote:
"Is there an intelligent design to the universe?"

Welcome! For now, I can say for sure that proposition depends on your definition of intelligent design...If I can get to read the rest, I will comment further.

You wrote:
"The laws of probability apply, which are based in large measure on randumbness, not intelligence."
I think intelligence can employ probability
and that you have identified "wiggle room."


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