Re: Re: Extropianism & Theology
Sat, 27 Feb 1999 13:11:51 EST

In a message dated 2/26/99 11:57:52 PM, Tim wrote:

<<well I have two responses.

The first is: "See, I told you this was a module of the mind"

The second I shouldn't really bother with given 1.

Upon rereading your posting, Tim, I could easily feel insulted by the attitude you express above. My assertions in this matter are referring to your flawed science, not any theology or theoretical god.

I would be happy to prove to you, mathematically, why there is not enough time for evolutionary adaptation by Natural Selection to occur without some underlying organizing principles (like LAWS such as F=MA, E=MC2, momentum=MV, etc.).

Stewart Kaufman of the Santa Fe Institute is doing important work searching for the laws that govern massively complex systems. Please read his work. There is order in the Universe, even order for free.

The theology and morality I'm seeking must be based in the best current science of the scientific community as well as my own Libertarian and Extropian point of view. I am willing to change it as new developments are proved. So far at least, God seems inevitable to me.