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Posted by Gfjhgvfgb on July 21, 2004 15:54:38 UTC

Actually,the question is does these axioms add something to the KNOWLEDGE for the universe???
See,the axioms of geometry(and geometry is part of mathematics,not of physics)work good in space the way we know it today,BUT IS THAT ENOUGH?I mean if you could explain the basics in mathematics,that work well in reality,in physical terms and your axioms are good enough to cope with anything the reality throws about space and you don't see anything that is defying them,THEN would you think it is a real knowledge or a just one good concept that worths nothing????That's a question that is still puzzling me and I consider ANY advise helpful!

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