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What Is "100% Of All To Know"?

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Posted by Alexander on February 3, 2001 02:35:52 UTC

Hey, there is no such thing as "100% of all to know", as there is no such thing as "absolute truth" or "absolute knowledge" - science will always dig into smaller and smaller subatomic world as well as look deeper and deeper in space.

But is not what has been dug already: from 10^-20 m to 10^26 m (visible Universe) and where "rules of game" had already been understood, enough for understanding that there is no life after death (resurrection) or such thing as turning water into wine, in all the visible Universe?

And what do you want to do beyond that? Surch for God(s)? Do you think, god(s)is so small or so big to hide just outside this enormous range?

Also, for many who do not know how things in the visible Universe work, and yet claim that those things DO NOT work the way scientists had ALREADY found them to work (for example, claiming that God created humans) there are plenty to learn even in the "narrow" 10^-20 to 10^26 m range.

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