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I’ve found the answer. You can stop looking now. It’s really simpler than we’d thought.

You see, if the fundamental constants or the physical laws of the Universe were even a teensy-weensy iddle-liddle bit different, then evil could not exist. Logically, therefore, the Universe was finely tuned to produce evil.

I call it the Misanthropic Principle.

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  1. Pish-posh. I’ve been living by the Misanthropic Principle for years.

  2. Once again, you win the Internet. We can’t compete.

  3. Ha!

    • Riz
    • Posted Wednesday, 7 November 2007 at 20:41 pm
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    Did you know that the banana was intelligently designed so that its peel would make you slip, fall, and crack your skull? It’s so obvious.

  4. It’s obvious the universe was fine tuned to produce nuclear fission. If neutrons were just a tiny bit heavier, all the uranium 235 on Earth would have decayed to non-fissionable neptunium 235.

    As Phyllis Schlafly said, “The atomic bomb is a marvelous gift that was given to our country by a wise God.”

  5. “As Phyllis Schlafly said, “The atomic bomb is a marvelous gift that was given to our country by a wise God.””

    Given who actually delivered the knowledge to mankind, I wonder if Phyllis would be particularly happy that it was probably the OT Jesus is not the messiah God, Yaweh. :)

    • Graham
    • Posted Monday, 31 December 2007 at 08:41 am
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    ”whats the meaning of it all?”, relying on the chaos principle for guidance in conjunction with Toa principles, I ended up on this site…. Whats going on, not much apparently,speculation remains rife!

  6. Gee, that’s nice.


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