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Some scientist are telling that the laws of the universe change from place to place in the universe so BASICALLY THERE ARE NO FUNDAMENTAL LAWS.Some people also say that it also changes with TIME. READ THIS ARTICLE:

asked 23 Dec '12, 08:12

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edited 24 Dec '12, 11:18

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@Sayantan - Great article, thanks for the link!

(24 Dec '12, 11:10) lozenge123

The only law is there are no laws. Just look around and see, people see a mechanism at place and call it a law, then apply it on everything.

Look at a car. A law of turning wheel, Law of running engine, Law of fuel, Law of rear view mirror...And it's just a piece of sheet rolling. Or Law of a piece of sheet rolling I should say. But the car stops going, wheel stops turning, engine stops running.

Show me a law that's unbreakable and I show you how to break it.

(27 Dec '12, 06:12) CalonLan

@CalonLan - You wrote: "The only law is there are no laws" and you wrote: "Show me a law that's unbreakable and I show you how to break it" - Okay, show me how to break "The only law is there are no laws" ;)

(27 Dec '12, 06:22) Stingray

@Stingray, lol funny ;) But the paradox does it for me. When the tail bites the head.

(27 Dec '12, 06:42) CalonLan

@CalonLan really ,if so what about things like law of cause and effect and the law of karma.

(02 Jan '13, 07:59) Sayantan

@Sayantan, cause and effect is bound by action. Where there is no action, no cause causes no effect, and they both perish at once into nothingness.

All laws exist only in life. For only a living mind can create limitations by which it bound itself. In death there is no mind, nothing to create boundaries and thus it can be unlimited transcending all laws of living.

How absurd it is, people seek the way to define unlimited, ignoring the fact the way and definition itself are limitations.

(02 Jan '13, 09:26) CalonLan

That is also why Lao-Tzu said that Tao cannot be explained.

All laws are limited, by themselves. Thus cannot be universal, because they automatically deny all the opposites of things they speak of.

Take Law of Karma, and turn it upside down. See all the opposites of it and you will see absurdity of such law.

Just like I become hypocrite with each word and explanation I attempt to give trying to explain unexplainable . ;-)

(02 Jan '13, 09:29) CalonLan

Yep...was that info gleaned from Msrrs O' Briain and Cox? Thought i had heard that on telly last night.

(11 Jan '13, 14:03) Monty Riviera
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the laws of creation do not change
it is our hubris with limited perception
that develops a finer tuning and thus
a clearer vision of the truth


answered 24 Dec '12, 14:27

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I got a warning from my virus protection when I clicked on this link, so I recommend being careful about it.


answered 23 Dec '12, 09:02

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Yes Sayantan, quantum physics delves into the world of the "invisible" and scientists are making discoveries that mystics have always professed ... that this domain is difficult to define using actual mathematic models, and that there is always a spiritual force at work which defies logic ... as above so below; there is a massive black hole at the center of our milky way galaxy that holds all the stars and planets in place, including our sun and earth ... it is quite feasible that at the heart of each atom of our physical universe there is an immensely powerful, tiny black hole holding the atom together, a sort of central core of antimatter as yet unfathomable by scientists ... peace and joy :)

p.s clicked onto the link ok, no problem


answered 24 Dec '12, 02:25

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edited 24 Dec '12, 02:26

According to bashar, these 4 laws never change : 1. You exist 2. One is all & all is one (existence is holographic) 3. What you put put is what you get back 4. Change is the only constant & everything changes except the first 3 laws.

Laws of physics are just local conditions which may be generally true in some reality but not empirically true.

The 4 laws are true for everyone in the entire existence.


answered 11 Jan '13, 12:20

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