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In the natural sciences, figuring out cause-and-effect connections is the most productive way of studying phenomena. However, a mathematical approach to physical problems is currently more popular. The primary goal of science has become searching for mathematical equations to describe physical phenomena. Physics is currently attempting to answer the question "How many?" while completely neglecting the mechanisms necessary to answer the questions "How? With what mechanism?"

"Why can we use mathematics to describe nature without a mechanism behind it? No one knows. We have to keep going because there are still discoveries to be made on it.   Each of our laws is a purely mathematical statement, which is quite complicated and incomprehensible."

Feynman's physics lecture, volume 1, chapter 7

We walk the path of logic and common sense as we explain the mechanics of physical phenomena.


Welcome to the path of cause and effect!

Simply let your 'Yes' be 'Yes,' and your 'No,' 'No'; anything beyond this comes from the evil one.
Matthew 5:37

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