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GUEST,grose BS: Monsey's (non) Kosher Chicken Crisis (319* d) RE: BS: Monsey's (non) Kosher Chicken Crisis 26 Sep 06

bill h: However, the more you will study science, the more you will be amazed that what at first glance seems "random" actually has very controlled aspects to it that "happen" to have been set in motion just right. What am I talking about. That water, when it freezes, floats upwards, not becoming heavier. Other susbtances freeze and become heavier, sinking. Something so perfectly "random", but which provide the conditions for the fish to survive winter. The "random" placing of our earth on its axis at the right tilt is so exact that one tiny tilt more forward or back would ensure that no life could be supported on earth. Underneath all the "chaos" and "randomness" is a symmetry that is breathtaking and awe-inspiring. There is actually a whole study in physics in this. Now, I don't know why, folks find it easier when they discover things like that to say "mother nature" rather than G-d. Yet, comes a time, when studying these intricate details that indicate there must have been something detailing it to perfection, that one gets led to the concept of a Creator of the world.

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