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Axioms And Logic.

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Posted by Alexander on March 8, 2002 22:00:00 UTC

1) Logic of math in relation to nature is simmple: 1 = some object exists, 0 = it does not exist.

2) Axioms are the various symmetries of space and time (but those and only which are allowed by math itself, by the way), and identiticity (symmetry) of particles (=all electrons (or protonc, or neutrons,or photons, etc.) are equal).

So the question of validity of math is equivalent to the following questions: 1) why does the stuff in universe is in one of the 2 states: it either is present (=1) or not present (=0), and 2)why space-time and stuff in it is symmetric.

i think, science even tries to explains WHY all those symmetries symmetries (by tracing them back to higher order symmetries (=sypersymmetry) from which they mathematically (=logically) originated).



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