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Posted by Alexander on September 17, 2001 18:28:29 UTC

If math would depend on humans, then universe would not obey it.

Pithagorean theorem or Shredinger or Newton equations would only be valid on Earth.

It is very common mistake - to believe that math is human invention, while it actually is just a discovery of universal logic by humans. Any existing "thing" be it object, rule or concept or universe itself, obeys math by definition of its own EXISTENCE. (0= does not exist, 1=exist - this is the origin of arithmetic from which algebra and calculus, etc., folows).

If you believe that SOMEBODY has to "label" things as 1 and 0 to start math - incorrect again.
Pithagorean theorem or Maxwell equations were accurate even before humans. As we can see them "in action" as photons arriving from distan corners of universe originating BEFORE first humans came to existence.

As to God being everywhere - you are absolutely correct, we just no longer call it God - we call it math (some prefer to call it natural laws, or nature). Indeed, math is everywhere and there is no phenomena which does not OBEY math.

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