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Gods Hiding In Tons Of Smoke And Evils Behind Every Mirror.

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Posted by Alexander on July 11, 2001 18:50:50 UTC

Is exactly what philosophy and religions teach the world is and exactly how they try to explain phenomena in the physical world.

In contrast, physics measures them experimentally and find mathematical ROOTS for every observable phenomena - and with phenomenal success, by the way (in contrast to complete lack of explanation in religion and philosophy). Those roots as you already know lead to various mathematical symmetries - most fundamental mathematical concepts we know. Indeed, tomorrow we may discover that all those symmetries actually result from one supersymmetry. And that fundamental constants are such because they are actually various dimensions, or various harmonics, or appearances of one fundamental parameter, and even that one parameter may be a mathematical property of false vacuum or whatever more fundamental than space-time object is (from which space-time mathematically follows, or of which a space-time is a mathematical state). So far there were no exceptions in tracing all phenomena mathematically to more and more fundamental objects - there is no reasons to expect gods managing known events from behind smoke or devils fine-tuning mirrors of symmetries.

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