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RE: The Irony Of Claiming God As Zero...

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Posted by Yunus Robinson on July 2, 2000 17:19:38 UTC

The problem is the limit of our perception. We cannot think beyond our limits. Our science cannot penetrate to what happenned before the big bang. If that is the case, why are we so quick to assume that there was a zero in the first place? Perhaps the sum total of mass and energy (as well as it`s opposite counterparts) was zero. Therefore, even though the sum was zero at the beginning, it does not mean there was nothing. The net charges in a nuetral atom is zero, that does not mean there are no charges in the atom itself, get my drift?

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