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Mathematical God(s) - To Dolphin's View.

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Posted by Alexander on August 24, 2001 03:05:31 UTC

Acceleration of acceleration of acceleration to compensate total acceleration to zero - this is almost perfect mathematical model of reality. Indeed, false vacuum consists of something more fundamental, which in term is a mathematical result of more fundamental phenomena, etc.

But I am very sorry about trying to find room for god(s) in multiple-acceleration-compensation multilayered Universe. It simply goes deeper and deeper in a strictly mathematical way (accelerations compensating each other and providing stationary picture). Real universe is indeed multilayered with multiple compensating motions/objects/phenomena as you investigate it in depth.

But where is god(s) here and what is their (his) duties?

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