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I don't think the universe can happen.

The universe is largely indifferent to your views.

 

It doesn't make sense.

It doesn't make sense to you. That is quite a different thing from what you said.

 

 

There's no source of differentiation.

Now that doesn't make sense.

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I don't think the universe can happen.

 

It doesn't make sense.

 

So since it did happen, we can quite easily see that the problem isn't with the universe. Based on the information you gave us in the OP, the problem happens when you do this "think" thing. The mechanism seems broken and you should have someone check that. smile.png

 

There's no source of differentiation.

 

Have them check your "explanation" mechanism while they're at it. wink.png

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Another thread devoid of win.



(My apologies if we have a rule forbidding manipulation of member's names for ironic or derogatory purposes. Sometime's I just loose control. Sincerely, Oaf-I-a-lot.)


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My avatar is the photo negative of a false color image of the magnetic field lines of a black hole.

 

In the context of this thread, my post makes as much sense as the OP.

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Another thread devoid of win.

(My apologies if we have a rule forbidding manipulation of member's names for ironic or derogatory purposes. Sometime's I just loose control. Sincerely, Oaf-I-a-lot.)

 

The name is from wind and void.

 

The universe seems like a case of circular logic.

 

Is the universe an example of circular logic?

 

As in, the idea that it explains itself.

 

Even if there is/was a "god", it would go "God explains existence, and existence explains god."

 

Anyone else see something wrong with this?

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