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Re: Affirmative!

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Posted by Michael Wright on December 27, 2000 08:25:48 UTC

Well, I am a student right now of quantum mechanics and general/special relativity (I'm a little ahead of my chronological peers) and after reading book upon book on modern cosmology and physics many metaphysical/supernatural ideas posted on this forum do not 'fit' right in my mind juxtaposed near the physics I know. I don't know every fundamental law so I cannot (unfortunately, because I realize that I ask you to explain everything) explain what is violated every time, but- hey, at least your posts make me think about it!
About God, the thing is, is that I see a perfectly elegant universe sustained by natural physical laws and supersymmetric theories. All of my religious views aside, God just seems like an added, extra, unnecessary factor.

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