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Posted by GwynJ on December 28, 2000 00:48:28 UTC

of all there is to know is known by anyone - do you suppose God could be somewhere in the other 99%? It truly is an elegant universe, unsurpassed beauty, perfect order. As awesome as even this earth is, I don't think I could be convinced that chance after chance after chance could have added up to such order, everything in its place doing its function. If I leave my shirt on the floor, I don't think there's a single chance it will put itself away, and I MADE the shirt. So it would seem it took a huge amount of pre-planning, engineering, multi-tasking and an infinite amount of understanding of how things need to work if they're to work together at all. The giveaway, to me, is the fact that there is color and taste and smell. That seems to indicate enthusiasm; can one really study/measure that? and enthusiasm really requires companionship of at least another to share it if it's to be truly enjoyed, savored and rewarding. would you agree? physics and universes and weather patterns and human emotions and animal behaviors are just a few of the wonderful works in progress we find in our little corner of God's workshop. imho.

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