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Posted by Mike Banks on July 9, 2001 16:39:32 UTC

This logic doesn't make sense to you? It makes perfect sense to me.

"Science says that time can be infinite. If you think differently, then you had better reconsider how you do your thinking."

I say that time can't be infinite. If you think differently, then you had better reconsider how you do your thinking.

Really, how can this back up an argument? You say there is really no way to prove it, but you seem to know for a fact that it happened. Please show me how science says this. I gave some problems with infinite time, yet you just respond by saying "science says so, so it must be true."

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