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Topic: Reaction-Actions: The Law of the Universe
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jdawe

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Reaction-Actions: The Law of the Universe
Posted: May 29, 2013 11:14 PM
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The law can be viewed as a straight line:
______________

Which means a crime can be viewed as a degree of curvature:

~~~~~~~~~~~~

The curvature breaks the straight line therefore breaks the law:

-~-~-~-

Law = 0 degrees.

Therefore, anything nonzero is going to break the law and be a crime.

Take, sound for example.

Silence is the law because it is 'zero' and again can be represented
with a straight line:
____________________

Therefore, where there is a nonzero degree of sound it will break that
straight line:

_____~______~__


Therefore, sound is illegal. But not absolute illegal. A nonzero value
is variable therefore the degree of how 'bad' it breaks the straight
line is variable.

So, we don't have multiple different laws of physics or multiple laws
of mathematics there is only one singular law and it is the same for
everyone.

The straight line of law is valid for physics, mathematics,
psychology, theology, politics, economics or whatever discipline you
may like to study.

Reaction - Actions

Same - Different

Linear - Curvature

Law - Crime

Logical - Illogical

Absolute - Relative



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