> At a weekend conference for Christian students, an anatomy professor heard
> a multitude of searching questions. He published a list in the campus
> newspaper. My response was submit my seven ultimate questions [published
> April 1-!!] which can be considered as >THE FINAL EXAM<.
> This is a diversion for those who have read enough about ID, the origin of
> coal, the pronouncements of Enoch, comparing Gen.1 and 2, etc.
> University of Western Ontario, NEWS, 99-4-1 - Letter to the Editor.
> - - - - -- - - - - -- - - -- - - -- - -- - - - - - -- - - -- - - - -
> Indeed Christian Naus (anat.prof.) has provided a multitude of challenging
> questions about life. May I present my seven ultimate questions which
> address life, and more. And simple answers to these simple questions are
> the best answers
> Winder's SEVEN ULTIMATE QUESTIONS - 1979
> 1. WHAT are people?
> 2. WHAT are people for?
> 3. WHEN are people?
> 4. WHERE are people?
> 5. HOW LONG will people survive?
> 6. Is the origin of people by chance - OR - by design?
> 7. NOW - at this moment - WHAT IS MOST IMPORTANT?
> Revised 97-12-29 A.D.
> My essay addressing the question "What is LIFE?", published in the Western
> NEWS October 24, 1996, is now available in my webpage
> C. Gordon Winder, Prof.(emer.) of Geology,
> University of Western Ontario, London, CANADA, N6A 5B7
I have another question. Are there really "Laws of Science"? Any one care to
Wayne Shelton USDA ret.