If for every value of X in “why is it true that X” the answer is N, N is a religion. Not necessarily false, but not subject to falsification. An example of N is “God’s will.”

But of course for your N and my N, it’s definitely a religion and definitely true. Those other N are only for superstitious fools.

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(Starts substituting "God's will" for n in other equations ...
Holy shit!)

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So, what's God's will minus one?

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