DO YOU BELIEVE?
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Someone asked me today if I believe in God or not?
I did not answer as the person expected!
I questioned back, what God, which one?
The answer to my questions were…
"There is only one, just one God, Do you believe?" 
What if I don’t? I replayed…
“You must believe in something!”
 I do believe in a big bang…
I do believe in evolution…
I do believe en life…
And I know we will die!
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“Thousand Gods one sky!”
JCA.

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Comment by James Cox on October 6, 2013 at 6:02pm

@ Arch:

Actually this idea goes back to my science club in HS about 1972. By then Star Trek had caused no end to damage in our young minds. I had not noticed the phantom 'hangers'. My present significant and I seem to always be in need of atleast one more cloths hanger, I expect that this is because she is always looking for new/different cloths, while I hardly give 'cloths' a second thought. If cloths are 'orphaned out', that next piece does not always have a matching hanger. While this conversation would be given a very long and tedious attention for details if entertained with my sigificant, I think, since no evidence for the 'dryer as a trans-deminsional transport device' has survived the 'palm-plant test', we should just enter it into the near infinite hole of 'unknowns', to wait for atleast one important datum.

I might suggest that some type of tracking devise could be devised which is affixed to a randon sample of socks. Sadly if a random sock actually drops into the deep unknown, this would only yield a hole in the data. The assumed 'translation' of the sock into another form, with it's mass preserved, might not allow a 1:1 determination of its return. Sadly if the earth is the only origin/detination this might again yield a deep weirdness for the needed data set. Now could we build a tracking device that would survive a total mass translation?

See 'making sense out on non-sense', might be 'fun', but sooner or latter, we need to stop blowing bubbles out our.... well you know...;p)  

Comment by jc arias on October 6, 2013 at 7:06pm

James... I read, and read, and read hummm what are we talking about?  :) thank you for reading this post and your input, thank you very much!

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