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Posted by Laura Gentile on November 10, 2000 04:55:51 UTC

Thanks John. We seem to speak more of a God here, than of science, but it may be some of our natural proclivity here. Thanks for including a forum which includes a God issue. Yes, I have noticed many references to a Diety on other forums of science in other discussion groups and it is good to have a place to air some of these concerns besides a theological or philosophy group. It helps to keep 'it' in one spot so those concerned with this subject don't get considered spammers or trolls for expressing their opinions on the subject of Godhead. Even Stephen Hawking has an 'essay' called "Does God Play Dice" and I'm sure it came from an offshoot of Einstein's meanderings. It seems that philosophy cannot be discluded from scientific forums as even Einstein had a philosophy. Thanks again for the oportunity. :I would like to see more people relate God to modern science here however, including myself. Many people with a leaning tward the God subject don't seem to have much knowledge about science and that might include myself.
Thanks again for considering this group to be added onto the astro discuss groups herein.
Wilderness Voice~&

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