Le Jeudi 23 Mars 2006 22:39, 1Z a écrit :
> [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> > He has proven beyond doubt, using Godellian arguments, that some numbers
> > or intrinsically random .ie. that there is NO formulaic prescription that
> > will reach that number from any starting point.
>
> If Mathematical Platonism is true, they exist anyway !
>
> What is not clear is why equations are important. Phsyics uses them,
> but
> physics is based on the idea that some logivally possible laws are
> real and others aren't, not on the idea that everymathemtical object
> is equally real.

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I disagree, physics is based on the idea that the world we *perceive* is
predictable/understandable. As you are *not* in every mathematical object,
you can't perceive more than the world you are embedded into. That doesn't
mean other "laws" could not rule other "parallel" universes.
Quentin
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