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What is the correct meaning of the sentence-"A scientific law, is not a scientific law, if it only holds when some supernatural being, decides to let things run, and not intervene."?

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I believe that you are asking for the correct phrasing of your sentence. I have restructured your sentence and I think it makes a little more sense:

 

A scientific law can be defined as a human act which is unaided by some form of supernatural intervention.

 

I hope this is helpful to you!

 

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link comment answered Jun 11 at 22:18 Karen OKeefe Contributor

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