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But There Is A High Error Rate In His Text

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on May 16, 2003 16:52:59 UTC

In the original post, his text says:
"So my godlike faith may be an abstraction of my consciousness."

In the post just completed, his text says:
"Mike claims that I am equating myself to god. He is doing so because he cannot refute the truth and honesty of what I actually wrote."

His text apparently claims that he knows the
motives of another person. But actually, I
was simply responding to the text as it was
written.

His text in the post just completed says:
"In the text I explain that even if the most abstract aspect of god created math and physics, the lessor levels of the godhead are subject to the laws of math and physics, although they may understand them enough to bend the rules."

But that is not what the original says at all.
His text attempts to retroactively change what his text said before and blames me for responding to the original text as it was written at the time. But my response prompted him to revise it.

His text states that I am slandering. Apparently his text does not use words according to their meaning assigned by the dictionary.

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