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Re: Illuminating The Void

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Posted by Alexander on January 24, 2001 02:39:08 UTC

Well, it seems that the author of this message does not know facts, and the main fact is that because our Universe is a mathematical consequence of initial and boundary conditions, it behaves in complete agreement with mathematical rules which we call physical laws.

Of course, for someone it is darkness just everywhere beyond his dim candela's light. But fortunately, the "range of seing" is much more greater for most of others. (May be this darkness is simply due to a lack of knowledge about math and physics? Then it is OK - not everyone suppose to know math).

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