For scientists, this world is filled with rational rules, such as Newtonian mechanics, Einstein's relativistic theory, quantum dynamics and something like that. However, are there any physical experiments that prove whether every phenomena of this world obey rational rules? Probably no; how can we imagine such an equipment of physical experiment that indicates "this result of the measurement implies that the phenomena of this world does/doesn't obey the rules of rational."
Probably, consciously or unconsciously, many people think that, "this world obeys the rules of rational" , though, it is not provable. It is just a belief. However, probably, we could claim that "It is worth while believing that the physical world obeys some rule." ..Would you make some questions or comments?
What will happen on your consciousness if all of atoms of your body are divided and copied doubly and rebuilt into two body?No-copy theorem for quantum informatics shows that states cannot be copied in a sense of quantum dynamics. Perhaps this might be a keypoint for this question.
Even only a few hundreds years ago, people hardly belive in what the science is now. Then, what kind of paradigm will prevail in the world, say, hundreds, thousands years later? (This is not my original question.)