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Re: Re: Math Is Different Than Thoughts, Religions, Etc.

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Posted by Alexander on January 31, 2001 19:40:54 UTC

I am an agnostic - I do not believe in anything.

I state the simple fact that Universe strictly obeys math (but none of religions): if you solve Shroedinger equation for proton and electron, you get exactly hydrogen atom, with all its possible orbitals, suborbitals and exited states. For 26 protons and 24 electrons the solution will be exactly Fe++ ion, and so on.

Or if you take Maxwell equation, you find that when you accelerate electron it's now aberrated by motion electric field (which we happen label "light") moves away with CONSTANT speed equal to (mu x epsilon)^(-1/2) = 3x10^8 m/s and that it does not depend on motion of electron, observer, on gravity, etc. And again, according to same Maxwell equations, in 3-D space light intensity drops as inverse square with the distance. And that is EXACTLY what you see in reality.

Do you deny that?

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