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Depends On Your Definition

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on May 23, 2003 16:34:55 UTC

I prefer a definition that corresponds to what most physicists think, namely that only quarks, electrons, neutrinos, photons and a few exotic cosmic ray or accelerator particles exist. So the physical world corresponds to the natural world.

The supernatural world is everything else including supersymmetric partner particles, Higgs particles, axions, and maybe even black holes. I am defining all that as non-physical.

But you are correct to assume that as more and more particles and fields are detected, they will eventually be thought of as part of the physical world.

On the basis of such a definition, I predict that eventually God will be recognized as part of the physical world.

yanniru

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