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No Cause Beginning?

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on November 13, 2001 15:40:11 UTC

My argument is that there is no beginning. Therefore logically no need to begin.
The laws of physics may still be reducable.

IE. There may be a set of axioms that govern universes for all time. The universes can be logical in that sense and still have existed for all time. So based on your clarification I would claim that universes could have exisated forever and still be largely rational. I say largely as an irrational component could still be a factor of the universes. It seems that Goedel has already proven this to be true since it seems that he proved that some aspects of nature cannot be reduced to axioms.

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