On 9/18/2012 9:27 PM, Jason Resch wrote:

The unreasonable effectiveness of math in the physical sciences is yet further supportif Platonism.

`I don't see that this follows. If we invent language, including mathematics, to describe`

`our theories of the world that explains their effectiveness. But it doesn't imply that`

`every description refers. The mathematics of Maxwell's equations was (and is) very`

`effective, but we now believe they only approximately describe what exists.`

Brent

If this, and seemingly infinite physical universes exist, and they are mathematicalstructures, why can't others exist?

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