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Something About God And Science That Comes From A Young Communist

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Posted by Red thug on June 29, 1998 09:50:45 UTC

I have recieve a communist education for over 12 years, after a careful thinking, I think Carl Marx is right, that the world(human history or the things that existed, such as when an apple falling from a tree)is a sequence of events that are put in order, either from high to low or from low to high. science is the way "we" interpret(describe) these events, it's the "language" of God that translated into the form that human can understand, or in another word, science is the communication between human and God. But why God put every thing into a sequence? I think this sequence represents the law of God. Carl Marx has given us the best explaination, we a thihg can fit with this sequence(order), it survives and develops, and eventually it becomes a part of this sequence. But, on another hand when sth doesn't fit in, it must be thrown away by the history. This is the truth and this is the law of God. So when we develop science and communicate with God, let's don't forget the law of God, science should be properly used, inventions like nuclear bomb and cloning are deadly and costly. God would not be happy about the way we "communicate" and we will be punished for that.

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