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Richmond Hill, NY
Hometown: New York

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September 9, 2012

what is your religion or spiritual path, if any?

Purposely agnostic. Namely god(s) (or lack thereof) is an unanswerable question, by definition. Therefore it is pointless (i.e. "stupid") to even ask it. If there is one or more such beings then they are identical to the universe and thus again a pointless question. In other words I am closest to a Pantheism but without the need for the God(s)==the Universe

Briefly, what are some of your views on science and technology as they relate to spirituality?

In my study of computer science and the math behind I have found a lot of the questions (rarely the answers [as it should be]) are the types of questions asked by religion/sprituality. At the end of the day I think we are all talking about the same thing but using different terms. Namely science is not the end all and be all word on the universe but neither is religion/spirituality


I am a professional programmer with a heavy dose of computer science

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