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How Far Does Random/coinsidence Go?

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Posted by Phil.O.Sofir on October 24, 2001 23:26:28 UTC

If you take the concept of big bangs seriously, the question loses some bounderies, especially when rejecting notions of a finite universe, with the possibility of so many different universe sized overall realities. Is the atom itself even not a (an) overall stuctural law? Stars and planets turn out to be what they are by random, galaxies, entire universes of them, but in an infinite reality overall, physical laws would differ, thats a pretty heavy dose for an overall tothe bottom "scope" of coinsidence potential.
I guess our surroundings affecting reality have a much longer chain of events than most like to admit, the "we are not animals" argument always makes me wonder just how far we really are from any true "belief" in natural reality thoery.
(whatever that is :)
Geologic time?

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