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Posted by Joe Antognini on April 27, 2002 22:05:59 UTC

If the laws of physics didn't exist, how could we be there to know they don't exist? The laws of physics are unique to each universe. Also, before there was our universe, there was no 'before'- time did not exist. Laws of physics only exist in the presence of space-time. Maybe the space-time in each universe is unique, and that is what makes the laws in each universe unique (Not that we actually know or can know that the laws of physics are unique for each universe, it's more of an assumption than anything else- of course we don't even know that other universes exist.). So, I suppose you could argue that laws are properties of matter and energy.
P.S. The egg came first. What layed it? Not a chicken. The first chicken egg is a genetic freak that came from some other bird. Turkeys maybe?

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