Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle means that we can’t simultaneously know the velocity of a particle and its position in space. The very concept of true omniscience is therefore moot. So even if there was an entity approaching what we conceive of as god, it could not be omniscient, as this would invalidate the very universe it created.
I’m sure some philosopher or other has already articulated this better than me though.
But that subjects the Creator to the very laws that he created, which is not a necessary conclusion derived from there being laws of nature.
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