The laws of nature which let you expand your knowledge also constitute your knowledge!

The laws of nature let you to expand your knowledge about anything. You can never expand your knowledge if the laws of nature do not let you to expand it. Divisibility lets you to know the parts of that which is under study. Anything which has no divisibility will never let us to know what is in it. What is that which has nothing in it? What will you do if nothing has divisibility? What would your knowledge be if nothing has divisibility? Comparability lets you to know the abundance of that which is under study. Do you have that which I have? How many of us have this? How many of them have that? How many times it is? How frequent it is? How often it is? No quantification is possible in the absence of comparability. The

distribution or the relative abundance of a thing cannot be known in the absence of comparability. Connectivity lets you to know those which are connected to that which is under study. Sensitivity lets us to know those which can affect that which is under study. Sensitivity allows you to know the cause of an effect and the effect of a cause. No cause can have an effect on that which has no sensitivity. Transformability lets you to know the forms of that which is under study. Anything which has only one form cannot be transformed. Substitutability lets you to know the substitutes of that which is under study. Anything which has no substitute cannot be replaced. Satisfiability lets you to know the conditions that can be satisfied by that which is under study. Can’t the laws of nature which let you expand your knowledge be discovered in anything and everything? The laws of nature which let you expand your knowledge also constitute your knowledge!

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