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September 19, 2019

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It does not seem a logical approach to speculate on infinite numbers of universes with different laws just to fit with an unproven theory that was developed to explain some observable phenomena in our own universe. To say the universe is like it is because it just happens to be is the kind of answer given to a small child to shut him up and prevent more questions. Why "Is it like that?""Because it is!"

The parent retains authority by dismissing the question, without providing any proper...

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