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Posted by Alexander on October 1, 2001 20:36:54 UTC

As I pointed on the origin of correctness of math and mathematical rules in shaping objects in universe and in predicting what kind of phenomena/objects can or can not exist.

Anything existing obeys mathematics by definition: we simply call 0 what does not exist, and 1 what exists. Arithmetic/algebra/calculus, etc follows. Whether it is a universe, or a photon, or a concept of God, all mathematical notation (numbers, algebraic symbols, functions, derivatives, etc) and mathematical objects (equations, rules, etc) are just a binary logic of impossibility of anything to be in both states ("to exist" and "not to exist") expressed in symbols. Math is just a chain (sometimes short, sometimes long) of "if-then" statements.

So, all trinity is the same thing: math, logic and existence/nonexistence. By this definition universe is pre-determined to completely obey math (if anything exists in it).

Even if nothing exists at all - because we still can assign "0" symbol to anything non-existing.

Physics and natural laws follow from this logic (math) by adding basic symmetries, then chemistry follows from physics, biology from chemistry, evolution from biology. That is why evolution, life, chemistry, etc. all obey basic math - because they ARE MATH ITSELF.

That is why all processes in Universe obey math - because they are logical consequence of math. Without exceptions.

Not to say that there is need in undefined gods or Santa Clauses.

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