- Nov 21, 2007
And what would you say to a situation where the rules of physics simply cannot and does not apply, hmmm? All physical equations are reducible to the fundamental units of mass, lenght and time, are they not? And physics merely measures these quantities and apply their mathematical relationships, does it not?
How, then, can a law of physics apply to a situation where these fundamental units do not exist, or are themselves unquantifiable? Does it not also follow that the rules of acceptable physical evidence - those that result from measurement - cannot exist as well?
Then maybe then we don't fully grasp the laws of physics. But could you give an example for this situation?
I BELIEVE in God so if your trying to prove him to me your wasting your time. One, you can't. Two, I already believe so why bother?