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[On the EPR paradox]Both the electron and the positron can be measured at places so distant from each other that no signal passes between them - its too far apart for light to travel that fast. Yet after the fact, we find that if one was spin up, the other was spin down, properly cancelling the other. How do they do that? God is a possible answer to that question. Perhaps quantum mechanics actually requires God in order to work! He functions as the great bookkeeper of the universe, seeing that what needs conserved is conserved across all time and space.

Paul of Eugene OR, Internet Infidels 11 Comments [4/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Because God Of the Gaps has always worked in the past!

3/2/2007 8:57:02 PM


I don't know. Oh! Goddidit.

3/2/2007 9:15:21 PM



2/13/2008 4:20:01 PM


He's trying, he really is.
But all that comes out is glibble glamp gloop.

2/13/2008 4:21:57 PM


If god holds the fabric of the universe together, what holds the fabric of god together?

2/13/2008 6:00:10 PM

There are a LOT of possible answers to that question. Perhaps quantum mechanics actually requires Satan to work. Or Rainbow Brite. Or He-Man.

Or maybe quantum mechanics has a plausible explanation.

2/13/2008 6:08:27 PM


Paul sees straws.

Paul clutches at straws.

See Paul fail.

2/13/2008 6:17:07 PM

Philbert McAdamia

God is a conservative. Vote Republican.

2/13/2008 7:25:30 PM


'Magic' is an equally valid answer, meaning that both are retarded answers.

7/23/2009 10:47:11 PM

Quantum Mechanic

Fail physics much?

1/8/2015 12:16:47 PM


You have to show evidence for your answer, Paulie, and show that nothing else could answer it as well. How do you measure the workings of God? Which god, btw? Humans have created thousands of them, and they all have the exact same amount of evidence in their favor; None Whatsoever!

1/8/2015 1:55:40 PM

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