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Posted by Tön on June 20, 2000 18:50:32 UTC

Please give me an example of the "smallest things". Kinda vague of what is really the smallness you are refering to. It is small like a bug? Small like a sub-atom? Small a child?

Mind to chaos? Huh? I belieive some individuals are capable of grasping the unfanthomable and are very much fit to survive.

There are so many different protocols of languages, and yes, string or superstring may suffice to speak the (a) word of god(s). But isn`t that limited to only to that langauge. If God encopasses all, doesn`t it transcend all. Then all is relative to describe god(s). One is not better than the other. I guess it is a matter of expressive convience (a language, laziness, or perceptive limitations.


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