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Observations on why is there something rather than nothing, fine tuning, beauty, time, intelligent design, qualia, Zen, Bach, Jesus, poetry, consciousness.
Keywords existence  fine tuning  qualia  time  Zen  Bach  Jesus  intelligent design  beauty  McTaggart
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