What is the law of nature?



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    There isn’t one law of nature. A law is any time certain conditions are always found together with other conditions. Some examples are Newton’s laws of Motions, and Mendel’s laws.

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    The term law of nature most likely refers to the natural law which refers to a sort of universal law that is inherent to nature, not unlike that natural rights of man. The laws of nature may also refer to physical laws which describe unchangeable physical behavior. 

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