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July 24, 2013


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About what are the chanves ?

hinessight+"I still consider this Nice Matin as a Recommended Letter and it was"

read it and then ask an actuarian
to tell you the chance

Winning the lottery in the US is 1 : 80 billion

To make the journal/wind/horse-names/etc/etc

the number of ZEROS*
is somewhat smaller than with the chance that "you, Brian are existing"
but it is still
higher than all the electrons in this universe



I strongly advise, to join some non duality advaita group
They are right concerning uniting lost souls
with ParaBrahm / Jehovih ( 2-nd region )
mostly through the heart chakra-also crooked tunnel

When you hold supernatural beliefs, you aren't interested in how unlikely they are to be true. For reasons you're unconscious of, your beliefs are too appealing to question and you're impervious to reason.

“Do Scientists Pray?”: A Young Girl Asks Albert Einstein in 1936. Einstein Then Responds.


"... everyone who is seriously involved in the pursuit of science becomes convinced that some spirit is manifest in the laws of the universe, one that is vastly superior to that of man."

just me, the quote seems basically correct, though this web page presents the intricacies of understanding what Einstein was getting at. He certainly wasn't speaking of "spirit" in any sort of religious sense.


Here's a longer version of the quote that ends with a statement that casts a different light on what Einstein said:

"On the other hand, however, every one who is seriously engaged in the pursuit of science becomes convinced that the laws of nature manifest the existence of a spirit vastly superior to that of men, and one in the face of which we with our modest powers must feel humble. The pursuit of science leads therefore to a religious feeling of a special kind, which differs essentially from the religiosity of more naive people."

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