> The universe is NOT infinitely complex, it only seems that way to
> you. There are simple laws that govern LOTS of things.
..."LOTS of things" and everything are different things. And the "simple laws" we've devised are observationally based APPROXIMATIONS of certain patterns of variance which operate within limits we've set to correspond with our scientific emphasis on testability.
> Time have limits.
...sure enuff - no argument from me on that, but what possible basis do you have for assuming that the universe consists of levels of complexity that stop at space and time?
...you keep propounding the idea that science (unlike myth, according to you) is a dynamic system which must be open to modification by new data. Then you go around making concrete assumptions about things that science hasn't investigated or can't investigate.