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## Will the universe exist without mathematics or vice versa?

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**A universe that could not be described mathematically would need to be fundamentally irrational and not merely unpredictable**. Just because a theory is implausible does not mean we could not describe it mathematically.

## Can everything in the universe be explained by math?

In Tegmark’s view, **everything in the universe — humans included — is part of a mathematical structure**. All matter is made up of particles, which have properties such as charge and spin, but these properties are purely mathematical, he says.

## What is the logic of the universe?

The logical universe is that object with which the utterer and the interpreter of any proposition must be well-aquainted and mutually understand each other to be well acquainted, and must understand that all their discourse refers to it.

## Can math be different in other universes?

Mathematics is a historically-contingent activity of humans. **Not only could mathematics be different on a different planet or in another universe**; which are of course unprovable one way or the other; but mathematics could and actually has been different at different eras on this planet.

## Is God is a mathematician?

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Is God a Mathematician? **investigates why mathematics is as powerful as it is**. From ancient times to the present, scientists and philosophers have marveled at how such a seemingly abstract discipline could so perfectly explain the natural world.

## Who was the first to believe that the universe is based on mathematics?

thinker Pythagoras

The ancient Greek thinker **Pythagoras** and his followers also believed that the universe was built on or from mathematics; whilst Galileo said that nature is a “grand book” written in “the language of mathematics.” But it is also worth reminding ourselves that there are those who think mathematics is purely a human …

## Is the universe math?

It’s true that mathematics enables us to quantitatively describe the Universe, it’s an incredibly useful tool when applied properly. But **the Universe is a physical, not mathematical entity**, and there’s a big difference between the two.

## Is logic an innate?

Findings from studies of child language acquisition and from cross-linguistic research invite the conclusion that **children do not learn to be logical—it comes naturally to them**. The idea that logic is innate does not go down easily with many scholars.

## Can laws of logic be different?

**Yes, there have been attempts to construct different rules for logic**. You list some of them in your question, i.e. modal, fuzzy, etc. A more radical revision is paraconsistent logic, which does not accept the law of noncontradiction.

## Did God invent maths?

Math goes all the way back to the book of Genesis, where God numbered the days of Creation. **Man did not invent or create math**. Man has developed symbols, numbers, and equations to implement and use God’s creation of math.

## How is math related to God?

Mathematics is the most foundational concept to integrate with Christian faith (at least in my mind). **Math reveals the order that God used in creation and has imbued us with to create as well**. Math gives us insight into what it means for something to be true or beautiful.

## Who said God is a mathematics?

The question of whether god is a mathematician refers to the apparently omnipotent powers of mathematics to describe the world we live in — its “unreasonable effectiveness”, to use a phrase coined by physics Nobel Laureate **Eugene Wigner** in 1960.

## Is Multiverse possible?

Unfortunately, no. **Scientists don’t think it’s possible to travel between universes**, at least not yet. “Unless a whole lot of physics we know that’s pretty solidly established is wrong, you can’t travel to these multiverses,” Siegfried says.

## How does math manifest in the universe?

In his mathematical universe hypothesis, he proposes that **math is indeed a human discovery and that the universe is essentially one gigantic mathematical object**. In other words, mathematics no more describes the universe than atoms describe the objects they compose; rather math is the universe.

## Who wondered how is it possible that mathematics does so well in explaining the universe as we see it?

Several others fall more into the **Einstein camp** — who thought math to be a product of human thought, even though he wondered how it did so well in explaining the universe as we see it.

## How can it be that mathematics being after all a product of human thought which is independent of experince is so admirably appropriate to the objects of reality?

Einstein addressed it repeatedly, once asking “How can it be that mathematics, being after all a product of human thought, independent of experience, is so admirably appropriate to the objects of reality?” His conclusion was that **the comprehensibility of the world is one of its great eternal mysteries**.

## How can it be that mathematics being after all a product of human thought which is independent of experience is so admirably?

Einstein once remarked, “How can it be that mathematics, being after all a product of human thought which is independent of experience, is so admirably **appropriate to the objects of reality**?” But it isn’t independent—and that’s beautiful.

## How far would you agree that mathematics is the real universal language?

**Because mathematics is the same all over the world**, math can act as a universal language. A phrase or formula has the same meaning, regardless of another language that accompanies it. In this way, math helps people learn and communicate, even if other communication barriers exist.

## Is math a human invention or could it be the language of the universe?

2) **Math is a human construct**.

The only reason mathematics is admirably suited describing the physical world is that we invented it to do just that. It is a product of the human mind and we make mathematics up as we go along to suit our purposes.

## Why math is the only true universal language?

**Because mathematics is the same all over the world**, math can act as a universal language. A phrase or formula has the same meaning, regardless of another language that accompanies it. In this way, math helps people learn and communicate, even if other communication barriers exist.