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Hi Philip -
>how do you account for the
>existence of the world?
Is evolution, as a process, applicable to the universe universally?
Personally, I have no problem seeing it as a process of life, but, I
don't see the same connection with the other materials of this realm,
which can't really be said to replicate.
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