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    On May 15, 2011 xiaoshan wrote:

    This is one of the most insightful writings I have ever read.

    You throw some atoms together in a way, call it a  'car', and drive it to a city in far distance. You throw the some atoms together in another way, call it a 'rocket', and shoot it to the moon. Perhaps later on you notice the same set of atoms, forming a thing called 'rabbit', hopping into the woods...

    What, then, is the meaning of it all? 


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