Are there "things" mathematics describes that(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); can'texist in the real world; things mathematics says can exist but are actually impossible to ever exist in the world we live in?

Also, are there things thatdoexist in our world that mathematics says can't exist? The obvious answer to me is no, but I am far from informed on any of this.

Your insights are greatly valued, to me.

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# I Can mathematics disagree with the real world?

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