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Re: Re: Re: Re: Physics Of The Supernatural 101

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Posted by GwynJ on November 23, 2000 19:41:48 UTC

i agree that things sometimes become all the more mysterious. do you suppose, then, if one thing leads to another in axions, etc, that intelligence/curiosity is also a field of its own and has properties of inertia, etc, that may someday be measurable as well? for example, you have folks who are not in the least curious about anything 'supernatural', and no expression thereof will coerce them into being curious. then you have folks like us who have curiosity, which grows and grows the more we 'know'?

sometimes i think that the curiosity and the mysteries were placed in tandem because they have relationships much like neutrons and protons around their nucleus! one would be nothing without the other if life had any meaning whatsoever.

what do you think?

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