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Can You, Please, Use Math To Support You Philosophy?

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Posted by Alexander on June 8, 2001 16:35:46 UTC

Because this is physics/astronomy place, not a philosophical magazine. Physics has nothing to to with opinions (blah-blah-blah...) - that is area of phylosophy. Physics is about verifiable by observation numbers/phenomena. It does not make sense to say that space is 3-dimensional (or 20-dimensional) and time is 5-dimensional unless you can support it by observation and math.

So, any observed facts or math to support your foggy opinions?

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