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Posted by Harvey on July 18, 2001 23:23:18 UTC

Hi Alex,

Let's deal with your arguments:

>>>My understanding is that all your questions and concerns are reducible to one fundamental question: is there a non-mathematical (but may be physical?) entity which DICTATES certain math rules which in [turn], dictate all phenomena in visible universe>...(by the way, what are those "special" fundamental math rules in our universe which might be different in different universe? There are non - all universes obey SAME basic math),>>but instead somehow appears "out of blue" and without any cause-effect relationship to that "blue" object at all (because any cause-effect RELATIONSHIP is mathematical by definition)>So, it seems that there are MATHEMATICAL objects and phenomena on any level, and "all the way down" as it always was before (may be, even without some prime "original" object at all - just a never ending chain of more and more fundamental mathematical phenomena).

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