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Posted by Harvey on August 22, 2001 14:20:10 UTC


>>>So, as long as we have objects, phenomena, universe(s) in the states which can be classified either as "exists" or "not exists", then those objects should obey logic ( and hence, math which is just combination of logical rules).>Now, is it possible that some object or phenomenon can exist and not exist at the same time? It seems to me that not. Thus, we can not have non-mathematical universe or any object in it (like God, for example, which can not even be defined not to say described).>But if it would be possible to have existing/non existing object at the same time, what would the universe made of such objects look like? And can quantum fluctuations be classified as objects existing/non existing at the same time? Or still not, because definition of time itself looses firm sense in close consideration of those fluctuations?

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