Mohammed had asked a few questions:
Alexander:
You seem to not be able to reply to the question that I have posed before: How do you reconcile math with living matter and that which caused matter? Where was this math? Dose this math live? Where dose it reside? Did math implement this math in to matter? I would like you to use this math to create or make a fly without using existing matter! Can you? Above all:
1)DID MATH CREATE MATTER BY ITSELF?
OR:
2)DID MATTER ALLOW MATH TO BE UNDERSTOOD?
Regards,
Jisbond
Mohammed, which of the following mathematical consequences reflected by arrows below you don't understand (or disagree with)?
Math>physics>chemistry>organic chemistry>biochemistry>bunch of chemical reactions we call primitive life forms > complex life forms
Current understanding of universe is that matter evolves mathematically  from primitive forms (like false vacuum) to more complex (electrons, protons, etc) from which more complex systems (life) mathematically evolve.
Is matter in most primitive known form fundamental? (it may be false vacuum, or strings, or may be spacetime itself, or something else). Or it also is a mathematical object which arises from something more fundamental  I do not know. But all objects and phenomena above it are mathematical objects and phenomena, so in case of discovering "one more floor down" (below false vacuum, etc.) the mathematical chain of evolution of matter will be just one link longer.
So, what we see around (fly, light, gravity, electrons, etc) are indeed a bunch of mathematical objects which mathematically evolved out of more fundamental mathematical objects which mathematically evolved... and so on.
