What is the difference between an abstract object, and a law of physics?

Are they the same thing?

Can you represent the abstract object in a computer? If so, then it will effect physical computers in a certain way. The abstract object will tell you how a physical object will act. It is then a kind of "Law of physics for computers."

You can have anything you want, but you can't have everything you want.

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