Unfortunately those are most loudest people. Those who actually know something rarely speak or they speak not in mainstream.nutball wrote: Well there's a few things wrong with this statement. Critically though, no physicist worthy of the title would ever claim that our understanding of the laws of physics is complete.
Everything in here is poiting a direction or gives a hint. There still are things that affect greatly what we know about laws of physics and can even bend them. We still don't know exactly how would twin sun's make affect on a habitable planet. Would it affect anything in physics or just gravity. We need to go in space to confirm these. Unless something has been tested and its theory, its not "viable" until its tested. After testing we can say: That's how it works.No they don't, at least the laws of physics that physicists are currently trying to uncover are *by definition* are global. That's the entire point of the subject, that physical laws should account for every local environment with a single explanation.
The whole process of trying to build confidence in a physical law involves looking for the most testing local environments in which it's most likely to break down. It's not like physicists try to avoid finding evidence that our laws are wrong - on the contrary everybody who thinks they have a bead on a short-coming to trying to prove that short-coming (because they'll be the new Einstein).
Huge but still not enough so people could be arrogant and disregard changes of far greater being... something what well can be considered... deity like being in this universe.a) we don't fully understand the physics of our "rock"
b) our incomplete understanding of the physics of our "rock" works *very* well to explain a huge volume of the rest of the universe
People use physics and science as well their own personal advantage if it fits their view of world, just like some people use religion for their own selfish purpouses. No thing on here is unaffected by human greed and will for power.
Everything will be corrupted by human nature eventually. But still. Humanity cannot figure out how universe works, until it travels into the stars. Until then... everything is... we'll... Theory.
There's God = Theory
There's no God = Theory
now... what is the truth? Who knows... that's matter of faith.
Even if we ask something from the God and we would get an answer... Could we ever understand that?