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RE: The Subject Which Shouldn`t Be Needed But Is

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Posted by Phil.O.Sofir on May 5, 2000 17:26:11 UTC

I believe in the oneness of all dimensions, time itself is nothing more than a progression of changes, there is no real thing we wish to call time. Thus there are only points of change which can be traced by the effects of previous changes or strings. Evolution is a string, if traced back, it is understood that if any one link in the chain were broken in my personal string, I would not have existed, this is from the begining of life on earth, even farther, I want to use the word time to say "my being depended upon the changes that have occured from the begining of time" but there is no such thing, so I must connect the end of the string to the last unfathomly concentrated and then dispersed collection of matter and force "a local bang" and still the string would have lenth backward beyond that, but we know that to track it would be hopeless. All this added to the possibilities of what were alternative possibilities in each change that occured and you have a vision of eternity without the necessity of time, of eternal distance beyond hope of measuring.
I believe that this is the void in our possible knowledge we now hope to fill with GOD, however unsuitable the connection, it is what many WANT.

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