|MadSci Network: Astronomy|
Why do we persist in trying to discribe the way the universe operates using the labour intensive guesstimation tool we call mathematics? The universe worked just fine before "we" invented math and will work just fine after "we" expire. Even if our math were "precise" in every way at discribing a process and able to take account of ALL interreations between all particles, what kind of computer could determine, as a third party, the intereasction of all other particles. This appears to be the route "we" are following to discribe the universe which can never succeed. There must be a better, more elegant way.
Re: Does the universe care if mathematics even exists?
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