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Posted by GwynJ on November 23, 2000 19:29:24 UTC

'the universe came from one- we' popularly call it the Big Bang.' i think big bang is a pretty good definition. kind of like the spark one can almost feel when an epiphany erupts that solves something entirely that one faces. how much bigger that spark would have to be in one so much greater than a human! plus, like the splitting of an atom, which makes the smallest into nothing, has that effect, why not the same effect from the nothing becoming the smallest and so forth?

'So I see no inconsistency between science and religion.' they seem kind of like the election, you have some very popular candidates, and science seems to be the accumulation of ballots supporting the truth! haha

we seem to be on this forum simultaneously. i have icq and aol instant messenger, you can find me by my email if you want to chat - i wonder where you are in the world?...

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