Dear Marc,
> Physics deals with symmetries, forces and fields.
> Mathematics deals with data types, relations and sets/categories.

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I'm no physicist, so please correct me but IMHO:
Symmetries = relations
Forces - could they not be seen as certain invariances, thus also
relating to symmetries?
Fields - the aggregate of forces on all spacetime "points" - do not see
why this should not be mathematical relation?
> The mathemtical entities are informational. The physical properties
> are geometric. Geometric properties cannot be derived from
> informational properties.
Why not? Do you have a counterexample?
Regards,
Günther
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Günther Greindl
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