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Math Is Not Mine, It Is Universal (=ruling Universes).

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Posted by Alexander on August 2, 2001 15:40:38 UTC

Basicly the only thing I afraid is the level of knowledge some people have (actually the level of LACK of knowledge) on this forum while they try to judge where natural laws come from or insist on Santa(s) or Ra(s) or Zeus(es) gods or other superstitions.

In contrast to people with limited knowledge and limited abilities to understand math (=natural laws) there ARE many educated or able to learn individuals around this forum. Those usually do not insist on supernaturals, but understand that in real world interactions are numerous thus math is bulky and the result of only LIMITED amount of interactions can be different (less accurate) than the math result when more processes (interactions) are accounted for.

By the way, physics (=math) is choke full of objects you can not "touch" (say: space, time, vacuum, gravitation, etc). Yet it (math) correctly explains behaviour of practically all known things, while supersitions (religions) do not explain anything AT ALL.

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