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Posted by Mark on September 17, 2001 19:15:16 UTC

So when I said "science can't describe everything", I was really saying "science can't describe everything as of right now with our current means of discovery". Sooner or later science WILL describe everything, when our scientific quest has advanced far enough..... because everything does obey some sort of rules, and apparently these rules are written in the language of math, which is the language of logic. Therefore as Alex says......everything behaves logically and hence mathematicaly, regardless of whether we mere mortals have the intelectual means of comprehending the logic or not. We always seem to figure the logic out as time progresses and we always seem to uncover more and more just give it time..... It's like solving a puzzle, you dont get all the answers all at takes diligent reasoning and time to solve it completely. Some pieces of the puzzle haven't been placed yet, while others remain undiscovered completely. But give us enough time, and you'll get your finished matter if it were a 500 piece puzzle or an agonizing billion piece puzzle.

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