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and yet ... the human mind is

and yet ... the human mind is capable of believing mathematically false statements. Would you say those mathematically false statements are also endorsed by the laws of nature or an extension thereof?

Another important distinction, I think, is that the laws of nature are descriptive. They explain the forces at work and predict the futures states of things.

Natural law, on the other hand, is prescriptive. They yield a moral obligation for the individual (or collection of individuals) to act in a certain way. The laws of nature leave open the possibility that the individuals act contrary to natural law.