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All Natural Laws Come From Mathematical Symmetries.

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Posted by Alexander on September 6, 2001 00:24:48 UTC

Enargy conservation is a mathematical consequence of symmetry of time (no moment of time is different than any other - any experiment runs the same way regardless when you start it).

Momentum conservation law is a mathematical consequence of space symmetry (no place is different than any other).

Relativity is mathematical consequence of symmetry of motion (called symmetry of directions in space-time: rotation of space-time does not change so called space-time interval between physical events).

And so on.

More details in any good physics textbook, or on the internet ('symmetries and natural laws', for example: http://www.emmynoether.com/index.1.htm

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