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Supernatural Laws?

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Posted by Richard D. Stafford, Ph.D. on May 20, 2003 16:03:25 UTC

Hi Duane,

I think you should read the post I left for Tim above. If laws are the rules by which reality functions, then specifying what exists and what laws are obeyed over constrains the possibilities. The fact is that my fundamental equation makes no constraints at all on what can exist. It constitutes a "natural law" under your definition as I know about it. Since it constrains the universe in no way, there exists nothing which can violate it so your "supernatural law" recedes into nothingness.

Have fun -- Dick

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