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Laws Of Nature Are Objectively Dubious For Some?

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Posted by Alexander on February 9, 2001 21:39:03 UTC

I do not think I am right or wrong, it has nothing to do with my personal opinion (which actually is different). Nature does not care about my or someone else's personal opinion.

I want to remind to those who does not know quantum mechanics, relativity, evolution, etc. the simple naked FACT that EVERYTHING in the visible Universe goes exactly as prescribed by Shroedinger, Einstein and Maxwell equations (which in turn are consequences of a few basic symmetries of space, time and motion) - no deviations.

No need and no room for God(s).

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