Re: virus: Faith, Logic and Purpose

Wade T.Smith (
Fri, 14 Nov 97 19:13:52 -0500

>a universe from a singularity seems pretty
>creative to me.

It seems pretty logical to me.

Just using the word 'creative' is disingenuous, ain't it? You really are
singing quite loudly.... ;-)

>What proof do you have that love exists?

None. Does it?

I am arguing, in this flip manner, against the word 'love' and 'exist'
being used in the same sentence. (And in the same paragraph with
'creative' and 'universe'....)

While I feel that I have felt love, this is a tenuous existence, if it is
any sort of existence at all. The state of hormonal activation is well
known, as are many of the agents of the euphoria often induced, and of
the melancholia also.

The fact is, the universe _is_. We are well on a way to understanding
some of the immense history of what is here, no thanks to faith or
theology, thenk yew veddy much.

Love is confusion, anyway.

Wade T. Smith | "There ain't nothin' you | shouldn't do to a god." |
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