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Posted by Luis Hamburgh on August 30, 2001 18:05:26 UTC


Taking a brief moment to check back, I see there's a whole slew of entries to read and possibly answer. Of course, yours is the first I seeked!

>>>"My view is that mathematics illustrates a prescriptive order to the world that is mathematical. The reason for its unreliability in prediction is often because of inherent uncertainties in nature (e.g., a result of the uncertainty principle, lack of human knowledge about the initial conditions being measured, effects of quintessence, etc.). I don't think this by itself is enough to overtune the idea that mathematical order exists in the universe."

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