"infinity" and "random" pop up whenever we start talking about something from a "foreign scale" like atrophysics or quantum mechanics(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

- god and infinity are abstract concepts

- empirical science has no anaglous example of infinity

therefore we can assume that:

- there aren't an infinate number of paralel universes

- our universe is finite

- the universe is (1) "as is" in order to provide favorable conditions for our exsistance (2) large enough so that could have spawened subsequently (same as 1)

- our existance is not random

- something from a foreign scale determines our existance

- the only accurate way we can understand "beigns" from a "foreign scale" is through math

am i just dumb or does this make sense

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# God as an equation

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