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Alex: Math Universe Depends On NON-equivalence

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Posted by Alan on January 21, 2002 07:34:02 UTC

Non-equivalence principle is necessary for anything to exist: if A were the same as B in EVERY way (same time, same place, same name even- why of course if A were A...) there would be only A and no B.

So non-equivalence more basic than math; math symmetries are only PARTIALLY DIFFERENTIATED.

There is only one equivalence principle ultimately it seems: all things are non-equal (necessary to exist) thus equal in that they all have EXISTENCE. So Existence is the "Alpha and The Omega". "Existence" is called "God"; WHO is revealed to be a LIVING BEING.

You can recall Him (from infant knowledge) and can experience Him (through example of Jesus Christ).

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