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Do You Assume That Natural Laws Hold Only On Tuesdays?

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Posted by Alexander on December 4, 2001 20:35:40 UTC

And take X-mas break from time to time? Very interesting. But unfortunately incorrect. They hold. So, why do two masses attract each other as inverse square law dictates? Why does energy conserve? Why two electrons can't occupy the same place (Pauli principle)?

Explain that, please.

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