At 03:23 PM 6/6/00 -0400, you wrote:
> > the universe does not 'follow' rules
> > rules only exist through us, in us, in our mental spreadsheet of perception
>the universe does indeed have its own set of rules. Our mental spreadsheet may
>not be 100% contiguous to that set, but it does improve over time.
rules only exist for us, to prevent their transgression, to control
actions, to control societies, to shape otherwise chaotic masses.
the universe does not have 'choices' as to whether or not to follow its own
it may work in certain tracks of repeated behaviour, but it doesn't 'break'
its own rules, it cannot.
(anomalies are a description of our own imperfections in creating working
Our mental spreadsheet has never even pretended to 'describe reality'
it has only been an experiment that has found enough coincidences to
seeking objectivity in the hypersubjective
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