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"trancsendent fundamental is not necessarily a Christian God as a said before, this i…"

Michael replied Jan 22 to You think there's a multiverse?

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"That debate rages, but sofar for carbon based units, this is the only universe there…"

Michael replied Jan 22 to You think there's a multiverse?

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"Christianity is faith based. "If your faith is as a mustard seed, you will say unto…"

Michael replied Jan 22 to You think there's a multiverse?

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"In truth everything must obey some law, whether it is percieved as supernatural or n…"

Michael replied Jan 22 to You think there's a multiverse?

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"Often capitalized : a transcendent fundamental or spiritual reality"

Michael replied Jan 22 to You think there's a multiverse?

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"These laws can result in life indefinitely and forever through further brane collisi…"

Michael replied Jan 21 to You think there's a multiverse?

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"Even the collision of branes require some preexisting law that births the alignment…"

Michael replied Jan 21 to You think there's a multiverse?

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"Independent laws that govern the evolution of the universe and it's propensity for l…"

Michael replied Jan 21 to You think there's a multiverse?

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"Without the good old Higgs  boson we would exceed light speed and lose our mooring i…"

Michael replied Jan 21 to You think there's a multiverse?

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"So why not the truth that governs branes?"

Michael replied Jan 21 to You think there's a multiverse?

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