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30 May 2008

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Um. You need to work on your logic, there, because your "proof" proves absolutely nothing.

(1) Why would the absence of such a machine prove that inventors are necessary? It does not follow from what you said.

(2) No one ever said that inventors are unnecessary in the first place (where did you ever get that from)?

So... er... you have proved absolutely nothing, except questionable logic skills.

It's too clever by half, I agree. But the part of it that's correct is the part that's been ignored by your treatment of the issues.

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