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(Permalink) Posted: Aug. 11 2006,11:56   

Apparently Dembski's trying to out-dumb O'Looney ... these aren't his words but he's posting them at UD, presumably because he agrees...
(if humans are nothing but atoms and molecules)...

I PREDICT that scientists will one day construct a device capable of transporting a human body across vast regions of space–a device comparable to the “teleporter” as portrayed in the “Star Trek” TV series. It will disassemble a living human body at a molecular or sub-molecular level, transport those small bits of living organic material at high speed across great distance, and reassemble them to their original macroscopic configuration, with no ill effects to the body it has transported.

IF, HOWEVER, after several hundred years of scientific advance no such a device will have been formulated, this fact should be taken as an indication that naturalistic materialism is not true.

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