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

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on November 24, 2000 17:23:00 UTC

My curiosity about the supernatural and physics and all things of that sort seems to have been with me at birth, for as soon as I was old enough to hear or read about physics, I was driven to learn more and more. This has gone on for almost 60 years. At first I thought all the answers would be in physics, just by getting more and more microscopic. But after high school and college and 7 years of grad school, I began to realize that science could not give me all the answers I sought. And so I dove into religions and found a multitude of answers, some consistent, some contradictory.

Anyway, the point is that some of us are driven, I think from birth- which implies a prior life- to seek these answers and others could not care less. We all have our own paths. No one can say one path is better than another, except one path is probably best for a particular individual. Of course, we as individuals spend a lifetime finding and refining our unique paths.

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