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At 11:46 AM 18/02/02 -0800, Richard Brodie wrote:
>and other pathological idealogies are founded on
>Would most people (even scientists) consider religion to be a pathological
>ideology? On the contrary, it is usually atheism that is considered
See my recent posting on this subject.
Of course, when you understand what makes lightening, you no longer need a
thunder god to account for it.
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