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RE: RE: RE: How Can You Believe?

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Posted by Carrie Jacobs on July 28, 2000 07:50:37 UTC

Nature is not full of randomness. Randomness doesn`t even exist in nature. If we knew all the natural laws that exist, and could measure all natural phenomena, we could predict anything. If I throw a penny in the air, it will land in a place dictated by laws of nature. That seems random only because the laws are so complicated. But it is not random. And all of those complicated natural laws come together to make... us? What are the chances of that?

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