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Posted by  BRUTUS on October 06, 2002 at 22:47:16:

In Reply to:  Re: WTC: Humane Environment posted by Richard Haut on October 06, 2002 at 15:20:25:


thanks ,well scientists did start to decompose the human sentiments into the rush of different hormons in the human body(fear ,love ,hate ,sex...),maybe they have some sort of "high-tech" hope to invoke these human conditions in a superficial /scientific cyber way in the future,who knows where we are heading next!

well on the other hand the absurdity of middle east crisis could be far too complex,too many socio/political ramifications & presumed (racist/religious) sophistications to be addressed on this forum,well the religious thing COULD be the last thing to be addressed in such dilemma on the contrary of many people that could expect in this seemingly endless conflist an apparent "clash of civilizations" conflict,and the distance between the rabbii of neturei karta and rabbi ovdia yousef could be streched to sky!

 
 
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