So, yes, in the sense the same “laws” will apply in every part of the universe.
But, the “laws” are contextual. In as far as they describe what will happen in a given context but may not apply to other contexts.
But, as where they do apply, they will always be the same. Since the “laws” merely describe things acting according to their nature, which they must always do.
That brings us to the end of this episode. I hope you enjoyed the answers to these Quora questions!
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