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Posted by Mark on September 15, 2001 19:46:21 UTC

As there are many aspects of the known universe for which science has no equation....

You want examples?
Look at consciousness (the most indescribable), Wind patterns in hurricanes, Accurate extended forecasts of weather patterns (nowhere near the accuracy of GR or newtonian physics), Equations describing all sorts of chaotic phenomena simply have not emerged, ....and there are many more that I can't seem to think of at this moment.

The point is.... science cant describe everything, and there certainly isn't an equation for every conceivable process.

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