I was not too sure what to title this but I just skimmed through a thread with the same title so I just used this. I am not sure whether to go into math or physics. I would prefer math but how will I ever know if I "know" something. This is a troubling thought that discourages me from math. On a side note, that foreign language requirement for math is annoying. Anyways, physics seems safer. Its hard to argue that one does not know how to produce a product if they physically made it. But with math it seems very difficult to "know" that you "know" - I actually do not "believe" in 100% "knowability", which leads to the "belief" chance for any possibilities at any time which leads to the "belief" of "unknowability". It has not been proven that the uncomprehendable is impossible. The perception or reasoning ability of the spectator does not change what is already there, could be there, or is not there. I hope you can see the evidence I provided in the context I wanted it instead of literally what the words say because everything I have said does not agree from the beginning but the "opposite" is unprovable. Regardless of my "belief", I am willing to go along with "2 can only be 2, and no other number at the same time" for now. Does more relativly solid evidence like this come up in pure math? I do not care if math is applicable or not, and I do not care about producing products at all, but I just want to "know" I "know" - and I think something intangible like math seems difficult to "know" I "know" it. One of my main goals is to attempt to "know" as much as I can, and/or spend the rest of my life attempting to maximize an impression of "truth". Another goal of mine is to continuously raise my reasoning skill as high as I can. Heck, I might even do philosophy. I can correct relatively inaccurate statements all day because it is just fun. I get nervous when I communicate because I'm an unconfident person, because of my "beliefs", so I'm not sure how accurate this is. Also, I forgot to include more "things" so ask questions!