Nope, no metaphysicist. I still think hes a pure mathematician.
So what ever happen to the universal language of mathematics. That it is possible to describe everything with math?I don't believe that the universe can even be described correctly with only mathematics, let alone created. (Then again, I don't really believe in God either.)
That's the thing: I don't believe it's possible to make a 100% accurate model of the universe through science either.I beg your pardon : what is your level in maths ?
Something that cannot be described in mathematical rigor cannot be communicated and should not be considered scientific.
Good grief. You are beginning to sound like a crackpot in training.That's the thing: I don't believe it's possible to make a 100% accurate model of the universe through science either.
By the way, I am about calculus level in mathematics.
Wow, a 14 year old philosopher and scientist. You cant just go around calling yourself these things. People have studied many many years, went to college got degrees, then called themselves a scientist. What you are saying is mockery to all those who are truly scientists.I'm a philosopher and a scientist.
Here's a friendly advice: don't call yourself a "scientist" and a "philosopher" until you have a university degree in both.I didn't mean I was one professionally, just that I was interested in those subjects. I'm sorry if I was ambiguous.
Was Aristotle a philosopher and a "scientist"?Here's a friendly advice: don't call yourself a "scientist" and a "philosopher" until you have a university degree in both.
I'm interested in music. Does that make me a musician? I read a lot about medical procedures. Does that make me a physician? If it does, can I perform a surgery on you? I need the practice.
Please note that this forum has MANY actual practicing physicists, chemists, biologists, engineers, etc.. etc. In other words, unless you want to make a fool of yourself among these people, you may want to pay particular attention to how you conduct yourself on here, especially in passing off what you are not.
Please don't turn the exception into a rule. Besides, we ARE living in the "modern age".I wouldn't presume to denote one or the other by degree, although in a modern age it becomes more cogent, I'd say anyone can be either, they need not claim it but they need to study it to a high level, in education or otherwise.