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Posted by Phil.O.Zofir on July 22, 1999 16:01:11 UTC

: Yep that's right we humans control everything in the universe...............it's toally amazing how we keep all the negatively charged electrons from crashing into that positively charged neucleus. Revelation 6 vs.14, The sky receded like a scroll, rolling up, HHHHHHUMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM I guess someone removed the something from somewhere.

***I guess you could take what I said as a control factor, but only in the sense that we infuence our own worldview, and this is very different from real control, more like sterring a tobagin by remote control, very slippery, but you know at least its general direction, downhill, unless of course you hit an unexpected ski ramp, then suddenly we are totally out of control and going in a different direction laterally but the same basically horizontally. Nothing controls the universe except for a few basic laws, and even these are subject to occational ski jumps. Hell, we can't even control our own minds and bodies in a total sense, thus we are environmentally driven entities, with a little more than average intelligence. And as far as quoting the Bible, the sky is particular to an atmosphere, space is particular to no atmosphere, the sky of mars did go through such an event over a long period of time, it's atmoshphere gradually deflated. Thanks for the input, the way I see it, it's just a fun and intresting way to develop my own view of myself and my connection with everything else in the universe, this awareness of ourselves is truely facinating is'nt it?

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