Dear Fresco, you say:
"The words 'beginning', 'cause', 'complexity', 'size', 'universe' and even 'existence' * are all species specific HUMAN CONCEPTS, most of which have no agreed scientific basis."
That seems to be quite an intelligent thought from you, congrats(?).
But tell me, as we humans are insofar as we know anything at all, it is we who are into knowing, so I ask you:
What thoughts do we have except human concepts?
Now, if you want to insist that we not use human concepts, pray, tell me, what concepts do we use at all?
Dear readers here, let us all sit back and await with bated breath to witness what kind of concepts Fresco will propose we employ aside from human concepts - I am most keen to learn from Fresco what concepts he uses to think on things which do exist, or to think on the issue God exists or not, God in concept as first and foremost the creator cause of everything with a beginning.
There, I have responded to all the red flags facing my listing of the threads in a2k that I maintain a keen tracking of.
And Fresco is the colleague here who at this point in time is the most present to me, that is some warm body which I can always use to keep me in company.
Thanks, Fresco, and you don't have any longer to resort to foul language to get yourself noticed; I will always keep company with you.