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Posted by Al Gobeo on December 25, 2000 00:19:09 UTC

Iíve been reading through the various threads posted here. Itís impossible to respond to everything, but hereís what I think.
I remember reading somewhere that if Science ever comes up with the Theory of Everything, that would eliminate our need to believe in God, since the Theory of Everything would explain everything according to Scientific thought.
You see, in Science there is no room for a God. Magic doesnít exist in a world described by Scientific Laws.
I thought about this and decided that the only way science will ever understand the nature of "Everything" is for science to factor in the existence of God.
Yet science abhors the idea of magic so donít include god. For some "The Big Bang" is; Everything starting from Nothing, and for no Apparent Reason created all this Intelligent Life.

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