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Posted by Alexander on February 3, 2001 19:47:58 UTC

Here are your questions and our (science) answers.



{or why it even exists, for another.}

Due to Big Bang.



{or why it's white and not black.}

Some solids absorbs visible light (thus we call them "black"), some don't ("white"). Wanna more details? Just let me know, but it takes a little bit of quantum mechanics - are you familiar with that "animal"?




{or why we were made humans on earth instead of creatures that use a different environment elsewhere in the galaxy.}

Ha, ha, ha. We ARE creatures in some envronment in some galaxy. Everybody knows that since junior high. (Not to say that we were not "made" but evolved from mammals.)




{or why there's love when sometimes it's a royal hemmorhoid.}

It is called biochemistry.




(or maybe there are math equations for them that are yet to be discovered.}

Sure, it is. Called Shredinger equation. All molecules obey.




{but i think the engineer designed stuff and we keep discovering his math.}

No one "engine specialist" has designed it. All "stuff", as you see from simple examples above, is just a consequence of logic which in more complicated form is called math.



And math is everywhere, and all stuff obeys it - there is no single object in the Universe which is an exeption.


Of course, not everyone understands even simple math - that is why we have so many religions and ignorant belivers out there.

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