Maths and Things

Mathematics represent the relationship of things. Numbers represent the definition of things.

Calculus, statistics, computing and other mathematical systems represent our model of things.

Meta-systems represent the acuity of things.

Numbers printed on paper represent lasers and things.

In the end, the summation is not infinite. Just damn near.


  1. Pi Day would be happy to hear this conversation, Stephen Hawking too. I was reading some of the history about the early scientists from the 1800s. It is amazing about the power of Math.


    1. Indeed. It goes as far as we only know we are experiencing something (“I think therefore I am” logic). Otherwise all knowledge resides in our minds with unknown validity in its fundamental truth. Yet the bright side is that is what makes a human. It’s a highly sentient entity with the paradoxical trait of finding and incorporating information just to end up knowing more about how little it knows.

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