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Posted by Harvey on December 8, 2004 15:08:40 UTC

Frankly, I think everything including God is physical, if you define nature to be entirely physical. It's all material- only different kinds of matter or energy that we do not detect, at least not with scientific instruments

I can accept as a philosophical position the existence of a physical God made up of a superfluid, but that would mean that God didn't exist prior to the big bang. Also, what physical in the big bang caused intelligence to exist in this superfluid? Why do you suggest there has to be intelligence since the universe was already existing and already evolving by the time the superfluid existed (i.e., assuming the superfluid is made of some kind of particles which are composed of quarks and/or leptons)?

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