If you must—absolutely must—search for traces of god in the universe, a great place to start is with its constants. There are several absolutely crucial values for forces, masses, and ratios that hold true everywhere in physical existence (or should hold true) that we typically consider fundamental. That is, they don’t come from first principles, but rather measurements made in a laboratory. Examples include electron mass and charge, Avogadro’s constant (a scaling factor between macroscopic and atomic scales), the Boltzmann constant (relating energy to temperature), and the universal gravitation constant, aka “G.” Also: the speed of light, c.
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