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Posted by Alexander on April 11, 2001 21:33:28 UTC

I mean spit in God's glasses.

Not because He lately learned about lasic vision correction and does not need His glasses any more.

He was through much more terrible time and events lately.

He has recently been evicted from our Universe, as we all learned that all in the Universe goes by itself.

So he now is outside of visible Universe - thus at least 15 billion light years away from you. Another terrible thing happened to him is that because it has recently been adapted by some religions that He shall obey natural laws, He simply can't reach you anytime sooner than 30 billion years from now (15 billion years to get signal about your hereticity and another 15 billion years to come to Milky Way to Earth in a big rush (with the speed of light), so that you could perform you brave act of protest.

So, basicly you now can not meet Him any sooner than in 30 billion years and may relax for a while.

But only a few hundred years ago He was very near - and you indeed could be burned by His orger promptly for such statement.

Do you see, how tremendousely does science improve our life lately by more and more limiting powers of God?

Is not this amazing? Is not it a miracle?

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