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Natural Law, How?

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Posted by eventhorizen on July 18, 2003 15:22:52 UTC

Natural Law? What is a natural law and how does it come into existence?

If we say it just is and except it and go forward from there, then we eliminate the most facinating parts of exploration. We may never discover how it came about, but what's the harm in asking.

If we are willing to accept the fact that "we just are", then why are we not open to the possiblity that we and our surroundings were created?

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