A scientific principle is a statement based on repeated experimental observation that describes some aspect of the world.
Causality is a scientific principle and describes the relationship between objects. It is otherwise known as "Cause and Effect" and states that every action and everything in motion (effects) must have a cause (instigator). Causality debunks the atheist's assertion that this universe proceeded from nothing.
от Skialian 09 януари 2014

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