it’s suggested that we see the universe mathematically, because we have concepts of number theory

but it’s more likely we developed concepts of number theory because we evolved within a naturally mathematical universe

a rigorous counting system is, by definition, physics

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it’s suggested that we see the universe mathematically, because we have concepts of number theory

but it’s more likely we developed concepts of number theory because we evolved within a naturally mathematical universe

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```proportions and ratios of physical properties, such as quantity or magnitude, are inherently and naturally numerical #theoryofeverything

— xi genarsen (@xi_genarsen) April 17, 2014

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```proportions and ratios of physical properties are inherently numerical in nature – this is how numerical relationships are natural laws

— xi genarsen (@xi_genarsen) April 17, 2014

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```the inherently numerical nature of proportions and ratios is the fundamental connection between mathematical laws and the physical universe

— xi genarsen (@xi_genarsen) April 17, 2014

numerical relationships are natural laws

quantities, magnitudes, spacial dimensions – these are physical properties

the structures and behaviours of physical phenomena are derived from these properties

these properties are governed by numerical relationships

human systems of number *describe* the natural laws of numerical relationships which govern these properties