The Natural Law

Observing what is happening around us
we concluded that for each phenomenon, for every event,
there is a cause, a reason, that gives rise to it.

Πλαίσιο κειμένου: Nothing happens in the 
world without a reason.

The way the result is
related to the cause
we called causality.

Πλαίσιο κειμένου: Determinism.

Whenever we studied a phenomenon,
we discovered that a law led to
its appearance.

We tried to describe this causality,

using the only tool we have,
the functioning of our brain.

We developed our own way of communicating,

we constructed a language, Mathematics,
which based on another invention of ours,
Logic, helped us enormously to express
our perception of causality in Nature.

We have continued this effort for centuries.

We developed the natural sciences
and their applications.

We are proud of our knowledge

and our technological achievements with good reason.

We are aware that each law,

as we express it, is just a reflection
of the true law that rules in nature.

That is the Natural Law which operates
independently from us and our observations

and of course does not care at all
about whether we describe it or
how we describe it.

Πλαίσιο κειμένου: The Natural Law is the way the materials from which the Cosmos is constructed behave and interact with each other:

matter, energy, space, time, information, etc.
and it expresses the true nature of these components.

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