A Law is actually an integral principle and has nothing to do with how scientists or anyone or any group perceive a phenomenon. If we're talking absolute, as we should, then there can only possibly be one Law, that principle which is beyond relativity. The very first and only absolute principle is the principle of which all other so called principles and/or Law's are relative to and merely measures of. Nor is a Law a theory btw.
Aldous Huxley was observing an effect but did not truly understand the cause. Scientists are just as clueless of the fundamental principle and only actual Law. If i told you what it was I doubt you you would even consider it, since you already know it all. I'm sure you can figure it our for yourself.
On Aug 16, 2008 Janet wrote :