Mathematical constructs may or may not agree with reality (that is observed by us through our senses or high-tech instruments). What’s the touchstone that a mathematical construct for a theory is the right one and would not be violated in future? For example the mathematics that was used in the explanation of atomic phenomenon, that led to the conviction that ‘atom is indivisible’ was correct. But this too was proved false later on. What’s the guarantee that the same will not happen with the theories that are considered to be infallible at present? Can’t our reliance on mathematics be substituted with something else, or it is only the best method through which nature can be understood. Should we suppose that since our brains are made by nature (which is mathematical, symmetrical etc.), we cannot escape from mathematics. Should we think that we can't escape from our 'quality' (or demerit) of seeing things being made of other entities and a multiplicity of complementary or supplementary concepts?