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Posted by Alexander on January 20, 2002 21:48:11 UTC

Universe evolves mathematically, right? Right: Inflation-->Big Bang--> separation of forces--> separation of fermions from bosons --> drop of energy "per particle" (=cooling) due to expansion --> combining of slow moving particles into structures we call "nuclei" and "atoms" --> combining of very slow moving atoms into structures we happen to call "stars", "molecules", "planets", "galaxies","life systems", etc.

All without any "divine" influence, by the way - just mathematical evolution.

So, I see just a chain of mathematical results from previous mathematical results - nothing more. Especially when we dig deeper and deeper (or back to "more initial" conditions) - we discover that all is just a mathematical outcome of deeper (or earlier) conditions.

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