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Topic: Dawkins: God is Highly Plausible:
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William Hughes

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Re: William Hughes, care to comment? Re: Dawkins: God is Highly Plausible:
Posted: Feb 10, 2013 1:53 PM
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On Feb 10, 5:45 pm, "Jesse F. Hughes" <> wrote:
> Hey, William.
> You recently suggested that BroilJAB's stupid (and often racist) posts
> usually have some (admittedly very tenuous) connection to reality.
> That really surprised me.
> Is the following made-up quote a counterexample to what you claimed?
> Or is there some tenuous connection I don't see?
> Just curious.
> BroilJAB <> writes:

> > "The specified complexity of Life and the Cosmos
> > render the existence of God highly plausible."
> > -Dr Dawkins.


Actually, this was one of the examples I was thinking
of. The "quote" is made up, but there is
a tenuous connection to the truth. Dr Dawkins is on
record as saying that the existence of godlike
creatures is plausible. (Nothing to do with
complexity, specified or otherwise).

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