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THE PHILOSOPHY OF BIO-RELIGION

Jim Balter jqb at sandpiper.net
Mon Aug 9 22:49:18 EST 1999


jimmy adams wrote:
> 
> In article <uXP7eIh4#GA.244 at cpmsnbbsa02>, Ken Collins
> <KPaulC at email.msn.com> writes
> >Jim Balter wrote in message <37AD1C2C.7B6624B5 at sandpiper.net>...
> >
> >>> >[...]
> >
> >>It is true that it seems that way to some persons ignorant
> >>of the relevant physics -- like, say, that there's a sun in the sky.
> >
> >there's not an 'atom' in the entirety of physical reality, in cluding those
> >which comprise Sun, that doesn't 'see' the one-'map' that is wdb2t, and
> >'behave' in rigorous accord with respect to such.
> 
> Gentlemen,
> 
> You are posting your quarrel in talk.philosophy.humanism; it has
> absolutely nothing to do with us.
> 
> We have enough postings from the scientifically illiterate (and the
> plain illiterate, come to that) to be going on with.
> 
> Would you be so kind as to omit us from your further fractiousness?

Due to a bug in the design of Usenet, messages do not indicate
which the author subscribes to that the message was posted to.
Therefore, once someone crossposts, the thread lives on in all those
groups until it dies a natural death.  That's the way it's been for
years.  You have a simple remedy -- don't read
messages with the title "Re: THE PHILOSOPHY OF BIO-RELIGION".
If you really want to waste your time railing against this situation,
at least direct your complaint to whoever initially crossposted
to all those groups.  But it really won't help -- someone else
will do the same thing soon enough.

--
<J Q B>




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