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Is Math=God?

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Posted by Harvey on May 2, 2001 20:58:52 UTC

Math (God) is omnipotent. It is all powerful and there is nothing that can escape its power.

Math (God) is omnipresent. There is no where that one can move to escape its influence and presence.

Math (God) is omniscient. There is nothing that is known or knowable that is outside the collective algorithms of mathematics (God).

Math (God) is omnibenevolet. Everything 'good' and logical comes from mathematical order (God).

Math (God) created the universe.

Math (God) leads the direction of the universe to further complexity.

Praise be to Math (God). Amen.

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