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Alex's View Is Not Consistent

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Posted by Harvey on November 2, 2001 20:06:26 UTC

Alex,

Your view is not consistent. Here are comments you made in the past:

http://www.astronomy.net/forums/god/messages/10898.shtml?base=30

If symmetry is these basic non-material principles that by extension cause 'stuff', then what breaks perfect mathematical symmetry? It can't be anything material since you using symmetry to *cause* something material to exist in the first place.

This argument totally dismantles your hypothesis. End of story. Now, can we finally drop this 'symmetry is the most basic principle' baloney?

Warm regards, Harv

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