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What Century Are You Believers From?

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Posted by Alexander on July 10, 2001 18:56:04 UTC

21 century BC ?

Wake up, or grow up - there is no Zeuses and Ra or Santa Claus any more! Everybody (except you) knows where thunder comes from, everybody knows that Ra does not push Sun across sky, it is APPARENT motion of Sun due to EARTH ROTATION ! There is no Santa toy maker/deliverer, toys are made on factories and bought by your parents to surprize and please you.

Wake up - everyone who studies physics and math in depth knows that there are natural laws out there and they come from mathematical symmetries, and they govern interaction of electrons with protons (what we call structure of various atoms), that they govern interaction of atoms (what we call chemistry), that chemistry in turn governs biology (which is simply a chemistry of big molecules) and biology is what we call life.

There is no hell or heaven, no gods, no divine forces or any divine intervention with natural mathematical laws.

Saying "bible is right" or mentioning gods or hells or divine forces today is the same as claiming that Santa Clause exists and the he makes and delivers christmas toys - only uneducated or completely stupid person can do that.

Don't make people laugh at you or at your ignorance/education level.

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