Date: Thu, 03 Oct 2002 22:20:28 -0700
To: A***** S***
From: Darwin Bedford <>
Subject: Re: [WEB-20020930.b4a32d] Message to Darwin

Dear A*****,

"All the answers" is a misnomer -- questions come into being constantly.  The findings of earlier scholars are only to be held as being possibly correct.  They should always be subject to be discarded or revised.  Some one in future time should therefore always question whatever answers we claim to find.

Darwin Bedford

At 11:54 AM 10/3/2002 -0700, you wrote:

How many life's would be needed to get all the answers?

Should we not accept the findings of earlier scholars or do we go back in time and restart. And why should some one in future time not question whatever answer we are going to find?


 Darwin Bedford wrote:
My way of thinking is to question everything.

At , you wrote:
t;Date and Time: Monday, September 30, 2002, 11:07 PST
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> A***** S***
> I am interested in knowing your way of thinking.
> In simple words " your religion. The name continues to be religion .
> We are used to addressing " No religion " also by a name ,say, No-rel".