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KNOW ONE WILL EVER KNOW WHERE WE CAME FROM

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Posted by Celona/">Celona on February 18, 1999 15:53:17 UTC

I had a huge agrguement today with my boyfriend on the origin of the world. He believes in the bigbang theory. I said I wasn't sure. We ended up fighting over different things like whether there is a God or not. I don't believe that God is a person. I beleive in the spirit of God. It is this that brings some form of orginisation to the world. It gives people a meaningless reason to live. Something that makes people feel as though they have a perpose on the earth. As for his theory on the origin of the Earth. I don't think that anyone will ever know how the Earth came to be. THERE IS NO 100% PROOF. THERE ARE JUST VERY BELIEVABLE THEORIES. I'm not saying that he's wrong. But I'm not saying that he's right either. The possiblities on how Earth came to be are endless. Life didn't just appear. When I asked other people at school they said life began with one atom or molecule. Well that one molecule or atom had to come from somewhere. Gee, for all we know our entire universe could be a tiny scientific experiment being done by a race of super intellegent giants. We could just be someone's little experimentation. Creating life inside of a peetrie dish.

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