On 25 October 2013 14:31, Craig Weinberg <whatsons...@gmail.com> wrote:

>
> Looking at natural presences, like atoms or galaxies, the scope of their
> persistence is well beyond any human relation so they do deserve the
> benefit of the doubt. We have no reason to believe that they were assembled
> by anything other than themselves. The fact that we are made of atoms and
> atoms are made from stars is another point in their favor, whereas no
> living organism that we have encountered is made of inorganic atoms, or of
> pure mathematics, or can survive by consuming only inorganic atoms or
> mathematics.
>

What are inorganic atoms? Or rather (since I suspect all atoms are
inorganic), what are organic atoms?

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