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Posted by Harvey on September 18, 2003 01:31:44 UTC

Even science must deal with this separation (e.g., quantum mechanics and relativity theories). The point being that unification is all well in good, but it might be a pipe dream. A far more pragmatic way to deal with the situation is to allow paradigms to exist separately undisturbed by the other. Of course, unification is always much to be sought after. However, full unification, to me, represents something that only God can truly provide.

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