yep, this certainly doesn't help. However, it seems that Spinner knows a lot more than he is letting on as he tells us that
The supernatural doesn't merely break the laws of physics, it just isn't limited by the laws of physics to begin with.
Now this is something we have not heard before and suggests that Spinner has actually been there and checked it out. After all, how else could he know about the laws of physics in an area where most people have never been and some even don't think exists? I am most intrigued, Spinner. Can yiu tell us more about this place?
Now Spinner tells us, in effect, that our natural world is a sub-set of everything
The natural world exists within the supernatural world, but with limitations that simply don't exist for the supernatural. The natural world is the supernatural plus restrictions that makes it into what we define as the natural world. The supernatural doesn't simply break these restrictions, rather the restrictions weren't there to begin with.
which is really interesting but I am sorry to say, I need to know more. As one of quite a few people who have never been there and who don't even know where this supernatural is, I'd like to know how one gets there - you know, means of travel, direction, that sort of thing.
However, leaving that aside, since none of us here, apart from Spinner of course, have managed to even work out where this larger and unlimited area is, it seems to me that jdawg is right and that we need to know how to distinuish the supernatural as described by Spinner and the universe without this supernatural. Now that is hardly asking much, Spinner.