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Posted by Rich on January 26, 2001 18:00:29 UTC

Scientists like Stephan Hawkings don't come up with all these ideas individually and on their own. Do you have any clue how intensive these theories are? Scientists usually make bits are parts of the whole. Einstein didn't win the Nobel for E = mc^2 until someone else help postulate something to go along with it, though their name escapes me. That light acts as both a particle and a wave was suggested by some lab tech getting their PhD and was picked up by two people who ran a test with light and failed miserably because of the foresaid theory.

As to the anger of our asking about the creation of god or lack there of is rather comical. You claim we are wrong for not being able to explain the origins of the universe in science, yet you do not hold yourself to the same standards. You over the creation issue of god. Quite convient.

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