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  • so i have been arguing with another user that almighty magic is not superior to almighty science.



    yet she says that it's superior to almighty science.



    how can almighty magic be superior to almighty science if both of them are essentially variations of omnipotence.

    she says almighty science has limits.

    but while almighty magic has no limits.



    but isn't almighty science able to do the impossible. it doesn't have any limits to what it can do so why does she say it has limits compared to almighty magic.

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    • They're both omnipotent, but polar opposites.

      Omnipotence=Omnipotence no matter what.

      Neither can beĀ greater than the other.

      Sounds to me like you're friend just prefers almighty magic.

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    • Wyz'Ard Arogoa wrote:
      They're both omnipotent, but polar opposites.

      Omnipotence=Omnipotence no matter what.

      Neither can beĀ greater than the other.

      Sounds to me like you're friend just prefers almighty magic.

      well i prefer almighty science

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    • To paraphrase a quote from Arthur C. Clarke, magic is just science that nobody understands yet. I'm sure that, hundreds of years ago, nobody thought we would have cell phones. We do anyway. Eventually technology will blur the lines between magic and science. In summation, almighty magic and almighty science are practically the same thing.

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