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Author Topic:   Why, if god limited man's life to 120 years, did people live longer?
IchiBan
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Message 162 of 230 (507537)
05-05-2009 10:21 PM
Reply to: Message 161 by Coyote
05-05-2009 8:45 PM


Re: Possible Limits On Human Life-span?
"The knowledge of the infallibility or fallibility of a phenomenon is not as crucial as the discipline of being unbiased to either side."
Sounds reasonable to me, attributed or not. And who is the 'we' you claim here and generally infer to be speaking for, since very often we get no more than your word or assertion and 'trust me'.

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IchiBan
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Message 168 of 230 (508288)
05-12-2009 1:46 AM
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05-05-2009 10:36 PM


Re: Possible Limits On Human Life-span?
There you go with Heinlein again. And based on your standards we cant trust anything you say either, seeing as your works and credentials are hidden away to the greater public.

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