Chapter 6 addition

A few days after writing the earlier part of this chapter, my attention was drawn to a quote within the chapter by William Dembski: When does determination [to find a natural cause] become pigheadedness? … How long are we to continue a search before we have the right to give up the search and declare not only that continuing the search is vain but also that the very object of the search is nonexistent? (p 29) Was twenty years of my life not enough? When do I have the right to declare that the very object of the search is nonexistent?

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