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Posted by Alexander on November 23, 2001 23:52:48 UTC

Does mechanics truly explain
all that has happened recentlyl, in human affairs? Does not seem so to me, although the mechanics of mental error deserve to be made into a kind of science. Because so much of what humans do seems to be based on bogus information.

Of course, it does (quantum mechanics = math, so actually math rules everything). All natural laws are just mathematical (=logical) rules. Evolution of universe and all objects in it mathematically follows from previous conditions.

(Note, that math does not mean predictability of EVERYTHING. Many mathematical properties are entangled - say, momentum and position are Fourie images of each other. So, you can NOT know them both, only in combination.)

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