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Then Why Are We Still Looking For More Math

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on December 13, 2001 19:54:12 UTC

We have not found necessary conditions for god.
But on the other hand math and science has not provided sufficient conditions that god, in some form, maybe not a creator, does not exist.

There is a considerable amount of subjective, psychological experience that math and science does not explain.

Well, actually there are a number of objective physical experiments and observations, like EPR, big bang, black hole singularities, etc., that math and science do not explain as well.

So math and science may someday give all the understanding we desire, but wew still seem to be a long way from there.

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