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God's Debris

Interesting read... not in the sense that there is idea depth, or that the content is particularly engaging, but it was interesting that Scott Adams would choose to write a book that is basically a 2am drunk/high discussion between college freshman who are taking Philosophy 101.

From what I know about cosmology and philosophy the simple premise that "We are the remenants of a God trying to kill itself" is clever but has nothing to do with the understood universe. So why would Scott Adams write an entire book dedicated to a specious concept? That's a real mystery. Thank God the narrative took a whopping 2 hours to read.

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