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Posted by GwynJ on February 3, 2001 21:07:24 UTC

Salt exists due to Big Bang. But why is the big bang any easier to believe than creation?

When i said why is salt white, i MEANT it COULDA been a different color, just like gems come in all colors.

Admittedly, I've only heard of quantum mechanics. I might be inclined to learn more about it after I've taken care of my other educational priorities which are more urgent. I'll be sure to look you up. (no sarcasm intended at all - your posts are very intelligent in scientific content, and I applaud evidence of so much study passion you seem to have had for a while - keeps the alzheimers away!).

As for my 'why were we made humans' - the earth coulda been taken over evolutionarily-speaking with, say, all dolphins (which would then probably have some evolving to land-based critters so the food supply wouldn't be depleted). Humans fascinate me, that's all. (as does most of nature).

If love is just biochemistry, then why do folks get angry when it's TREATED like 'just biochemistry' between partners?

And this Shredinger person is faultless, never erred ever, has created universes? He can't possibly be wrong about anything, huh? Why would he - an observer of that which is - be more credible than the one who MADE all that we observe? i guess that's my question...

Stuff is a consequence of logic. Sure. But I think there's a WHO who was powerful enough to design it in such a way to exist as we see it.

No one "specialist" has designed it. We still differ. This is fine with me, is it fine with you?

Re: the 'there is no single object in the Universe that doesn't obey math'. Has science decided it's found all there is to find in the universe? If not, we can't really say there is nothing that MIGHT be an exception, even if there is no exception right this second. Curious - what math was my stepbrother 'obeying' that told him to kill my dad?

If I don't understand quantum mechanics, or am 'religious', then I wonder, why do you even bother to ask me anything or try to tell me anything?

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