Laws Of Physics Don't Govern The Universe

Updated: Jun 21

Consider whom women want in the modern world-- actors and popstars. Does it mean women like men who act or sing?


Back in the days when people weren't addicted to music and TV, they spent more time with their families and friends. The singers and actors of those days had a limited audience, so they weren't as relevant. Guess whom women wanted the most in those days--, politicians, lawyers, and bureaucrats, also know as, the nobility. Does it mean women like men who practice these professions?


Let's go back even further before money was invented. There couldn't be bankers without money. Chances are the nobility did not exist unless there was a king. Whom did women want in this era? We lack data but surely not the ones in the first two scenarios.


For any time period, a pattern can be developed, which reliably predicts female dating preference, but none of them tells the truth. Similarly, even if a pattern reliable predicts a physical occurrence, there is no guarantee it is the truth. We know how the pattern of how the Sun moves. Using the pattern, we can reliably predict the times of sunrise and sunset, yet we would be completely wrong about the phenomenon underlying. The Sun neither rises nor sets. It's the Earth going around it. Or let's say both go around the barycenter of the system.


Laws of physics simply summarize what was observed. They don't have to have caused that which was observed. The universe isn't obligated to follow any law of physics. There is no guarantee that the pattern won't change while the principle remains unknown. Think of what happens when you reverse the age of a chicken. It becomes smaller with time but does not end up becoming an egg-sized chicken but an egg-sized cell. The pattern changes, allowing it to become an egg. Compare that to the Big Bang.


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