I mean, at the bottom of all science, isn't it just mathematics, observations, and logic? And at the bottom of mathematics and logic, isn't it all just more observations? Of course, one could say that we know things will continue to happen because they've been happening forever, but one would be wrong; just because something is staying the same doesn't mean it will. How do we know that the entire universe isn't being controlled by some guy trying to trick us so that he can sadistically kill us by suddenly turning off all of these laws of physics that we've become so accustomed to through observation after observation, experiment after experiment? Of course, from our observations, that's less probable, but just because something is less probable than something else doesn't mean that it's impossible. As much as it sounds like it, I'm NOT trying to say that God exists here; I'm just asking you guys to think about this a bit. I'll be thinking, too, if you don't mind.