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HallsofIvy

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  1. It isn't the "universe" that is mathematical, it is people who are mathematical and impose numbers on their vision of the universe.
  2. There is a difference between "believing in Christ" and "saying you believe in Christ"! Christians (I am not a Christian myself) assert that if you really believe in Christ you can not avoid venal sins but would not commit mortal sins.
  3. Your "non-standard view towards the basic axioms of classical mechanics" is essentially refusing to accept "conservation of energy" or "conservation of momentum"? What do you say about all of the experiments that have confirmed them? What experiments do you have that confirm your view?
  4. Less than 3.75 billion years? Well, Okay. Most scientists put the first Homo Sapiens on earth at about 30 thousand years ago. That's a lot less than 3.75 billion!
  5. I thought it was well known that any fraction has a repeating decimal expansion! (I am thinking of terminating decimals as repeating "0"s.) When you are dividing integer n by integer m, you write n as n.00000000... Eventually you get to "bringing down" those "0"s. Further, each time you divide you bring down a remainder smaller than m (if you bring down "0" it stops and you have a terminating decimal). There are only a finite number of integers smaller than m so eventually you will have a remainder that you had before- then you will down a 0 like you did before and every thing will re
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