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How Could It Be Otherwise?

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Posted by Mikey Pearson on September 12, 2003 16:36:52 UTC

"i> "i can understand why Dr. Dick and Harv enjoy conversing. the question of "how it can be that mathematics, a product of human thought independent of experience, is so admirably adapted to the objects of reality?" as posed by Einstein is one that is naturally of interest to both philosophers and physicists."
Tim,
The question, as you asked it, is easy to answer.
It is almost impossible to conceive of another way the universe could have been.
Are you sure that is the question that philosophers and physicists ask?
How can we have organization of matter and energy if it were not accessible to pattern-recognition?
I think you are teasing me.
Mike

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