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Posted by Alexander on July 9, 2001 20:19:07 UTC

You seem to have very good education to know and to understand many known facts.

My post is for people with little or no education about the subject they argue about - like Motunomus and some others, when someone simply denies known facts or just does not know what is written in every textbook.

In the case of personal ignorance, I would suggest not to insist on shaky point of view, or at least put remarks "to my personal knowledge this might be so and so..."

And again, if even something is unknown to anyone on the planet yet does not mean that this something is governed by god(s) or Santa. People always try to put god(s) behind every phenomenon and around each newly discovered corner of universe, so to speak. And what does history tell - there were non found 5000 years ago, 2000, 1000,500, 100 years ago and so on. Instead, always more and more mathematically interconnected relationships between phenomena were always discovered "around the corner" and as a driving and orginizing/ discorganizing forces. Everywhere and ever without a single exception.

Most explatanions and mathematical relationships governing phenomena we discuss on this forum ARE already describe in details in textbooks. So, people with knowledge of these description tend to argue less about Santa the manager or Santa the creator.

For anyone else - Santa is simply THE ONLY available to them explanation, that is why they stick with it.

And because most people are NOT well educated in physics and biology - then the number of Santa worshipers are WELL MORE than the number of those who knows physics and biology facts.

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