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Re: Imperfect Universe

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Posted by Greg Armel/">Greg Armel on April 10, 1999 00:52:31 UTC

xba: The moon is heavier on one side. That's why the same side faces earth all the time. Greg: Actually the same side of the moon faces the earth simply because it rotates once in the same period of time it takes to revolve around the earth once. Ton: Design, symmetry, perfection, and rightious. What does it really mean in the nature of things? Our futile attempt to make sense, to rationalize, to label, to justify our humanity and purpose by seeking an ideal. The universe and everything "is". It is neither perfect or imperfect, chaotic or organized, right or wrong. Tön Greg: Actually the Universe is perfect until you include the interference caused by the Free-Will of Self-Awareness. Everything in the Universe abides by either instinct or design, predictably so, until you consider the Free-Will of Self-Awareness, wherein things begin to go astray.

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