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Posted by Mario Dovalina on May 23, 2003 17:22:23 UTC

Why would you define axions (and DM in general, I suppose), black holes, etc., as non-physical? Because they're so exotic that modern physics only has a rudimentary idea of what they are?

I agree that God, or at least the Original Source (OS.... I kind of like that) would be "part" of the physical world. But, of course, this is just me playing word games. Someone else's definition is just as valid.

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