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Posted by Mario Dovalina on July 7, 2001 14:13:45 UTC

"Many believe that is the portion that causes some people to have ESP, or psychic abilities."

And it very well may be. But this portion of the brain is not totally inactive. Structure follows function, everything has [or had, in the case of the appendix] a use.

"This proves to me that since Athiests try to say they are like humans, or other life forms, they mean that humans and other life was created as well. I wonder why Athiest try to compare Computers, etc with people."

The fact that I use a computer as an example does not "prove me wrong." Come on. It's just an example I used to illustrate some points it would be more difficult to do with a human brain (It's much more complex than a computer, but follows the same principles.)

Of course we were "created." The universe was "created." What I argue is whether or not this creation required an intelligent source. So far, it doesn't seem to. Not to mention the Christian God you believe in so much. That is almost certainly a fabrication. If you like, I'll post some more about that later tonight. Until then.

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