Re: If god exists, what created god?

Your Name (
29 May 1995 00:51:36 GMT

In article <3psqtj$>, says...
>Science and Religion. Well-here I go again. I've done this once before
>you know. Prepared? Good.
>Science states fact. Religion states opinion. All facts are opinions.
>Therefore Science is Religion. Religion is Science. Both are same and
>equal. A scientist may argue of course but hell, thems the brakes mate.
>DID YOU KNOW - that under very very very tiny microscopic observation
>particles of stuff in general (you know, everything) behaves according to
>the EXPECTATIONS of the INDIVIDUAL SCIENTIST? It's in the books, and
>they've never figured it out to this day. To do so would (sin!) be to
>embrace religion (sin!) and no reputable man of fact and figure could do
>that. So, like any other good "failed" scientific experiment they put it
>in the fine print and no one ever knows unless they look.
>Good democratic free-speaking informative society isn't it?
>Arguments welcome, Love me

Your Name Jon Lee
Northwestern University, Evanston, IL. USA

It is somewhat funny to see people still arguing over sicence and religion. Science
can explain how it happens, but not why it happens. After all, there is and will be
a place for religion as long as we exist.