+Vini a.k.a SThrillI'm only going to repeat this once more. Your specific hypothesis is that logic is contingent on spacetime, and I have pointed out that logic is neither time nor space dependent. That doesn't leave you much wiggle room. However, if you can show us where the temporal and spatial relationships are in logic, then by all means do so. Put up or shut up.

Logic is a formalism based on a set of axioms about abstract entities. Axioms are assumed to be true, and so are not scientific (maths is not a science, for similar reasons). Any logical theorems derived from the axioms therefore contain no more information than the axioms and so are tautological in nature, therefore are not scientific either (you'd be hard pushed to observe an axiom,after all, seeing as they have no physical analog).

Logic (and mathematics generally) describes regularities. The universe exhibits regularities, and so logic and maths can be used to assist us understanding those regularities. That does not imply contingency, any more than the argument

"Birds are animals"

"Cats are animals"

"Therefore cats and birds are the same thing"

works. (Which it doesn't.)