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RE: RE: RE: Free Will... The Dead Topic Claws Back Into The Woodwork

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Posted by Greg Armel on October 5, 2000 05:42:05 UTC

The Laws of Physics, being incontrovertible, determine the measure of the Sphere of Predetermination.

The measure of the Sphere which is determined by the influence of Mankind`s Free-Will Is Always WithiN the confines of the Sphere of Predetermination.

Thus, Mankind`s Free-Will Cannot supersede that which is Predetermined.

God, Sanctifies the soul of Self-Awareness, as Awareness in its own right, through the Gift of Free-Will.

In the Circle of Life, All Life Provides for All Life, Providing for the Balance of Nature. This IS the Predetermined means by which Nature functions. Now along comes Self-Awareness, who by involving themselves in Self-Serving, Self-Interest, disrupts the Balance of Nature to such an extent as to place a new species of Life on the Endangered Species List Everyday.

How Tenacious, after determinism provides for Billions of years of Biodiversity and improved survivability, can you perceive that Self-Awareness should be induced to reverse that aspect of Nature, if not through the inappropriate influence of their own Free-Will?

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