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Do you believe Physics is mathematically consistent?
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It is mathematically consistent as long as it is mathematically proven otherwise. Physics becomes reliable because most if not all can be understood and replicated. There's no loose ends otherwise the whole theory doesn't offer sound argument. It's not argued by opinion but by another set of math equations to prove a claim wrong.

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