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I know that your words were well chosen and that we are not to infer that something negative happened to Beyerstein in his passing to the other side, i.e., his graduation. Let's all pray that he "sees the light" as soon as possible.

Absolutely. From the accounts I've read, Dr. Beyerstein was a beloved father, an admired mentor to his students, and a good friend to many people. Just because he may have had a different philosophical perspective from most of us who hang out here does not in any way suggest that he was a "bad person." It is very possible to disagree with someone intellectually and still feel warmth and kindness toward that person as an individual.

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