Since I've heard this thrown around in God debates before, I'm not sure I am even formulating the question correctly, but I'm curious to hear some opinions.
Is the universal rational?
If so, does rationality require a mind? If the universe is not rational, are the laws of physics simply the product of random chance?
Are you rational?
Does your continued existence dependant on such?
Are you greater than or less than the universe?
what constitute rationality?
Answer these and you would know?
The laws of physics simply show how matter/energy works in the universe, so it would make more sense to ask if matter/energy is a product of random chance.
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