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Posted by Alexander on June 22, 2001 16:10:53 UTC

It is obvious that everything in Universe (laws, forces, objects) come from math (where else from? from Santa Clause?).

We even know, HOW all natural laws, most known forces and some fundamental objects (like a photon) come from math, and the more we dig in depth the more we discover how other forces and objects come from math too (to be more accurate, from basic symmetries of space, time, motion, rotation, symmetries of wave function, etc.). To know ALL we have to know all conditions during development of forces and objects in early universe. We (scientists) work on it - both experimentally (high energy physics) and theoretically (theories of gravity and unified field, theories of elementary particles, etc.).

And guess, what? - we discover that everything comes even MORE from math (instead multiple non-related summetries it likely is one supersymmetry, instead multiple forces - one superforce, instead multiple elementary particles of two classes (fermions and bosons) - one object (string, or space-time) having 2 modes and many different states (of oscillations).

That is why there is no room for non-mathematical origin of laws, forces and objects in universe, and never were.

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