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Posted by GwynJ on February 9, 2001 04:05:56 UTC

really? if God is the engineer of all things we study (science being the how things work and what they are), I don't see that they're mutually exclusive. I know, you didn't ask me my opinion, but I do have this question in general. Why is it easier to believe that all things exist due to a dime-sized microkernel that appeared 'from nowhere' or a vacuum which 'is assumed to have existed' (neither offer reasonable logic as to THEIR beginnings) rather than God was there first and PUT the micro-kernel OR vacuum (or both? neither? both PLUS something else, as well?). just curious.

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