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Posted by Yasir on July 4, 2001 10:46:48 UTC

Yeah.Why not?
Havent we humans have dicovered the laws which govern the whole mechanism of evaporation,winds,condensation and rain and everything else.
I am absolutely sure that God is there everywhere only because mathematics and laws of nature apply everywhere where there is existence and to every corner of space-time. We now know a lot about God.Yet there is an infinity ahead of us. And surely we arent a better mathematician than God.
Because we are oursleves driven by mathematics and natural laws/symmetries and so to really appreciate this we can safely state that God drives us and everything we know and dont know.Natural Laws are present even in those corners of the universe we havent explored yet.
God IS mathematics and the converse is true as well.
I would aprreciate anything that will help me understanding this equation evermore Or even any correction in it.


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