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If I say math ...
If I say math doesn't exist to my math teacher, does that mean I can get out of tests?
DronePunkGAME08/03/2015
Mathematics is part ...
Mathematics is part of universe, even though you cant see it or smell it. Anything that takes up space in the universe has a definite value. Simply by existing it has an intrinsic value.
Jim Roberts08/05/2015
Even science on ...
Even science on some level requires faith. Not only faith that our observations are real but also faith in the postulates that form the foundation for higher scientific thought.
TwilitKage07/04/2015
Math is just a ...
Math is just a language. Asking "is math real" is like asking "is spanish real" 
Gurren Zero06/02/2015
stop with the memes ...
stop with the memes its not 2010
OfficalMcM16/03/2015
Math is a law bound ...
Math is a law bound by this universe. Math is a reality!! Men binds this universe
Carlo Santana16/04/2015
If math only exists ...
If math only exists inside our brain, why do we DISCOVER it? We can't discover something if we knew it all along...or is that a stupid question?
Philip J. Fry19/02/2015
My take as an anti- ...
My take as an anti-realist: For me, math is seemingly created. We invented math as a way for us to be more concise about measurements, designs, ratios, and so forth. Mathematics does not happen naturally in tje universe, and unlike biochemistry, biology, and any life science, we cannot see it happen without our intervention. I do, however, love math now, and I consider it one of the sole best inventions, ever.
Colby Jack12/04/2015
Well the fact is ...
Well the fact is that although maths is a very good tool to describe and predict the universe, it is only an approximation.
TheIncredibleD170105/03/2015
I think the anti- ...
I think the anti-realistic way is more consistent. I think we can see that we sort of "create" geometry, for example. The natural geometry for us is obviously an Euclidean Geometry, but as physicists saw that it doesn't really apply to our world, then they had to search for another kind of “non natural” geometry that they call Riemannian Geometry which, as far as I know, is more appropriate to describe relativistic phenomena. So maybe, if we find out some phenomena where it's better to think that 1+2 doesn't equal to 3, someone would end up by developing new concepts to “create” a new mathematic where 1+2 differs from 3.
Gaudio Wind30/03/2015
Wow I learn ...
Wow I learn something new everyday, subscribed
Nimbus14/06/2015
Math exists exactly ...
Math exists exactly as what it is; the universe exists as exactly what it is; the universe is complex physical math equations (the interactions of quantity, geometry); math can only exist first with physicality, and since the universe exists, and potentially will always exist, I suppose there is a realm of forms like perfect abstract essence of math which is timeless and beyond the manifestations of substance at any given time; When the first man said; let 1 = 1 and 0 = 0; and 2 = 1 + 1; before that man thought or said of anything else, it was already true that 1 + 1 + 1 = 3; and so it seems as if the self consistency of math follows from the simplest axioms, which may be timeless, and 'exist' even if they dont exist, perhaps in a sense of the realm of potential; How in ways 'tommorow' exists today, or its knowledge can effect now;....maybe
Imafungi12308/05/2015
Never believe in ...
Never believe in objective reality again.
Mankind Global Media Network30/05/2015
I know I'm late, ...
I know I'm late, but here's my thought. Math can be applied to nearly everything in some form or another. But this application is always either predicting or describing some behavior. So, to my mind, the best analogue for math from other fields of science would be laws and theories. All describe and predict natural phenomena, but the phenomena will continue to take place whether we understand it or not, or even whether we're here to observe it or not. Math, like laws and theories, is created by humans to describe the mechanisms of certain occurrences. It does not exist as its own entity, but that in no way diminishes its importance. 
TasteDatRainbow26/06/2015
*holds brain* ;-;
*holds brain* ;-;
αкαяι ѕєиραι20/05/2015
How is math not ...
How is math not real? Let's assume there is no one to observe, intelligent or not, if you take one stone and another stone, it would be always TWO, regardless of observers. Sure, the word "two" wouldn't exist, neither the number "2" but there would be 1+1 stones. It will NEVER end up in 3 stones, or 4 or 1, it always be 2. If you take one away, it will always remain 1 stone. You can't take that away, it's not fiction, it's quite plainly reality. If math wasn't real, then it could happen that one stone and another stone would suddenly produce out of thin air 10 more stones. Why? Why not, math doesn't exist, right? But since it does exist, since the universe runs on consistent logic, math is a feature of the universe.
Kibate08/06/2015
Great Video from ...
Great Video from PBS Idea Channel on whether or not math actually exist. 
Brandy A. Hyatt11/05/2015
In physics and ...
In physics and chemistry we also make laws that model reality, but they are not precise like math. 5 + 5 doesn't just equal 10, because we have seen it happen countless of times and can therefore expect to happen again. 5 + 5 = 10, because we understand numbers and have come up with some nifty mathematical symbols and notation like + and = Math is just math. It is not something that exist and it is not a product of our brain. 5 + 5 = 10 was true before we developed brains to understand it. ... Even if all humans were stupid and all our mathematical proofs is product of countless miscalculations. Math is still there just in a different way than we thought.
Anders Gammelgård-Larsen29/06/2015
Wait, are we sure ...
Wait, are we sure we can see "physics"? We can see objects (kinda) and we describe those objects with equations and principles of physics, but we can't see Newton's first law. We can see objects (kinda) that obey the first law, but we can't see the first law. We can see objects that obey mathematical correlations too so I guess I don't see the difference clearly.
We Are Showboat14/02/2015
You have overlooked ...
You have overlooked one crucial thing. Science is faith as well, People used to think that the earth is the center of the universe. Most people had faith in it thus it was science. We all think that the Sun is the center now but that may not really be the case. Science may also be a creation of the human mind. In fact, if you think about it, nothing can be really said to be of the universe
Lindle Lee12/01/2015
Maths is more of a ...
Maths is more of a tool than a language IMO. The most powerful tool humanity ever or more probably could ever make if I may add.
Zune Nebula19/05/2015
I wasn't mad you ...
I wasn't mad you said my mother was a hamster, but for GOD's SAKE why did you have to say my father smells of elder berries? He has a condition, Matt, not cool. Yeah, I'd say that math exists and yet doesn't exist. Essentially, math is a construct, an invention, one of(if not the) the greatest inventions of humanity. Yet, the concepts that mathematics deals with, and extrapolates on, exist. Math does not exist. It is the invented perception of humanity, through this perception we can conceive and perceive things we could only theorize on previously. Math in essence is a perception. A way in which we take the nearly (if not) infinite and omnipresent signals of the Cosmos, and translate that to something tangible, relatable, "real", or even manipulatable. Just like a sensory organ, and your central nervous system.
Keith Buckson01/05/2015
Math is just our ...
Math is just our way of understanding the universe,the forces and activities around us in simple and systematic way. for example if we cannot perceive 1+1=2 it will be impossible for us to understand and simplify the ways of nature and the complexity of the universe.
Kiran Kumar11/06/2015
I like to think ...
I like to think that Math it is a little bit of both, it exists in the sense that it can describe almost anything and get to conclusions but all the symbols and concepts behind math are our own doing, it is our way of describing all the phenomena we witness in the Universe, so effectively math does not happen, it is just our way of explaining what in fact happens. But all the symbols we use in Math are purely invented and have nothing to do with truth behind math, so IMO Math as we know it wouldnt exist if we werent here because we were the ones that invented it. For instance, I think that if we ever were to meet an alien being and shared our Mathematical knowledge there would be a "translation" gap because they would have a different way of explaining the phenomenons despite reaching the same conclusions (if I was a betting man I'd say they would use some sort of Geometrical language that could describe everything in the Universe because Math started off by the analysis of shapes and only after did we invent the concept of numbers).
Celestino Portela07/05/2015
All life uses math, ...
All life uses math, not just humans. Down to the tiniest cell, life does millions of calculations just to stay alive. I.e. how much do I need to eat? How much do I need to breathe? How much energy do I need to move? Humans are just an invention of a super advanced submicroscopic civilization attempting to stay alive across uncountable quintillions of eons.
jake hensley14/06/2015



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