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Posted by Mario Dovalina on January 27, 2001 19:32:27 UTC

Yeah, well, though we haven't seen electrons and don't know everything of their nature, something IS there. It isn't faith, really.

"if you look closely, you'll see evidence of enthusiastic creation and engineering "

Yeah, absolutely. Like I said before, the nature of the universe seems to require a creator. But here's something to chew on:

Only a universe that can support life, in which life developed, could result in sentient beings who claim the universe was made for their benefit. A dead universe wouldn't. So, maybe it's just luck?

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