God IS scientific variable?

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  1. Phillip

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    During a show on the history channel a mathematics scholar was making a comment regarding the possibility of a super-natural effect that was not bound to physical and natural laws. This is a variable which is often considered in science and to the common man it would be called "God".

    I thought that this variable was never considered in science? Obviously this secular mathemetician considers it as real.
     
  2. Craigbythesea

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    Have you studied the research done by J.B. Rhine and J.G. Pratt and others at Duke University?

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  3. blackbird

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    Have you studied the research done by J.B. Rhine and J.G. Pratt and others at Duke University?

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    </font>[/QUOTE]No, Craig--I personally haven't researched the research---but I use to love watchin' "The Twilight Zone" [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  4. Paul of Eugene

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    So what makes the regular "laws" work, anyway?
     

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