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Posted by Robert Garfinkle on August 23, 2001 05:31:29 UTC

It's something to think about isn't it. I'm not sure I agree with "the base of reality being irrational", but I think that I rely on the "Equal and opposite reaction" trail. Illogic to logic. Kinda like crossing a bridge to get to the other side so to speak. Kinetically speaking of course.

If that makes any sense.

This and other theories will constantly have us thinking about our beginning. This was my way of trying to complete a picture/puzzle. I believe in GOD and his word(s) but have a difficult time dealing with the "GOD has always been forever" issue, that definately, for me at least, doesn't make logical sense at all. I think that's why most of us just take that thought "On Faith"

By the way I answered your question to the "Birth of GOD" thread...

Thanks, GOD bless

Rob

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