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Re: Re: Laws Of Nature Are Objectively Dubious For Some?

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Posted by Alexander on February 10, 2001 01:06:29 UTC

That is exactly the point - while we may endlessly discuss what is moral what is not, Nature just quietly but rigorously follows mathematical Laws of Nature(which are just consequences of: symmetry of time (energy conservation),symmetry of space (momentum conservation),symmetry of direction (angular momentum conservation), symmetry of motion (special relativity), 3-dimensionality of space (inverse square laws),and identity of energy= mass= inertia (general relativity). (And all these simmetries are probably a consequence of just one (call it supersymmetry)).

Thus, there is no room and no need for God, as these Laws rule it all.

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