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Posted by Jack McGee on June 14, 2001 06:23:03 UTC

I think it's entirely unethical to forcefully
impress ( what is an opinion ) upon another.
You have no idea about what one would call
a " miracle". If everyone explained everything
wonderfull in the world with " well it's physics
( math actually )" Math is a pretty general statement to make. So is ( miracles actually )
Could branch off into all sorts of lucks and
fates and such. They're both devised by our race
to aid in the progression of person-to-person
articulation. ( Among millions of explanations for that word ) As a matter of fact, you could even say Math was a miracle of modern human inovation. Do people have to sterotype every damned religiously affliated word they hear?
Does EVERYONE have to disprove EVERYONE else?
It all trickles down to the classic " Can't we all just....get along?" If we worried about ourselves instead of constantly trying to pin down
some pointless insight, I believe we'd have cleaner POSTING FORUMS ;-)

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