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Re: Re: Re: The Mystic LAw.............

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on November 23, 2000 17:21:47 UTC

Still not satisfied with your explanation. Is there any connection between the known forces of nature and the Mystic force. Is the mystic force detectable in thelaboratory or anywhere else.

It is not that I doubt the existence of some undetectable guiding force. But everything you say is so abstract that for example I could substitute the word god for mystic law and make exactly the same claims. As far as I can tell it's all semantics.

Physicists tend to do the same thing. They attach a word, like entanglement, to something they know exists but do not really understand. Then they can talk about it like they really understand it. But it's really all semantics.

Likewise, Buddhism claims to be atheistic, yet attributes all the characteristics to the mystic law that are normally attributed to god. IT's not that I do not believe that either exists. But I want to hear something more concrete about how it manifests in the universe, rather than just grandiose claims about its importance.

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