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Do planets in other galaxies have their own natural laws and physics?

I doubt everything in the universe matches up to earth and our science, im guessing there are things out there that make no sense to scientists
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  • No
    Everything in the Universe conforms to Natural Laws and Physics
    Except Black holes, Dark Matter and the Big bang
    Which we have yet to understand
    Ronald 7 · 0 0
  • What you think is irrelevant. And guesses are even more useless. Why do you think you're the expert and the entire scientific world is wrong?
    Clive · 1 0
  • The laws of physics don't change. They are the same throughout the universe.
    aladdinwa · 2 0
  • It's assumed that the laws of physics - the speed of light, the strength of gravity, the energy of fusion, the rate of expansion - is the same *everywhere* in the universe.
    quantumclaustrophobe · 0 1
  • You have things the wrong way around. The laws of physics on Earth are the same as the laws of physics in the rest of the Universe (as far as we know).
    iansand · 1 1
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