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Posted by Harvey on August 31, 2001 18:24:25 UTC

Hello again Mark,

>>>It all comes down to what is more fundamental, the axioms upon which mathematical rules are constructed..........or the universe which brought forth these axioms. Was the universe built upon the criteria that it must obey axioms, or were the axioms a byproduct of our universe's existance? the question to be answerred here. I think between the chicken and the egg......neither came first. It seems feesible that both the universe and mathematics could co-exist independantly, side-by-side.>It still stands that any physical universe may not contain any logical impossibility, for if such an impossibility exists then we must deem it a possibility, and it was never impossible in the first place.

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