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God And Science Question For William Cao

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on June 21, 2003 04:40:03 UTC

Hello, William Cao
It is nice to have a fresh perspective on the God and Science forum. If you choose to answer these questions to the forum, it may provide us with some answers that other physics-oriented persons have seemed unable to address. Thank you, in advance!

1) Will you be commenting on several matters or will you be discussing only "physics. period."

2) What, in your estimation, should be the relationship between physics equations and ethical values? How important are ethical values (agreed-upon standards of professional and personal conduct) in science and specifically, cosmology?

3) What is the nature and proportion of authority in the issues of community life that a person should (or does) earn by personally achieving mastery of equations in mathematical physics?

4) Albert Einstein said: "I want to know God's thoughts. The rest are details." What does that mean? Does God think primarily in physics equations?

You have apparently gained more respect for your ideas than many would-be physics posters.
Here is how (___) usually responds: http://www.astronomy.net/forums/blackholes/messages/5696.shtml
(many similar examples are available).

Sincerely,
Mike

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