Or of comp, or of multiple universes, or of.....
(the list is almost unlimitable).
"Proving" is tricky. In many cases SOME accept the backwards argument from 
phenomena "assigned" to an originating assumption that is now deemed "proven" 
by it. 
Some don't.  It depends on evidence in one's personal belief system qualia 
(characteristics) if someone is not closed minded in his own belief system's 
'monotheistic' 
prejudices (like e.g. of natural sciences, or of math).

Has anybody proven the existence? (I mean beyond the Zenian question: "who's 
arthritis is it?")

John
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  From: 1Z 
  To: Everything List 
  Sent: Tuesday, January 23, 2007 9:59 AM
  Subject: Re: Rép : The Meaning of Life




  Bruno Marchal wrote:

  > Also, nobody has proved the existence of a primitive physical universe.

  Or of a Platonia



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