so I mean, after taking 3 years of college math classes, and still going, I've taken many many math classes. and it seems that so many mathematical equations that we use, are used to kind of "control" the world. I mean, statistics, probability, calculus, differentail equations, geometry, it seems that the real world and math, all have some connection.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

So I was wondering, is the universe in absolute connection with math? I mean, if given enough time, can we come up w/ an equation for everything that happens? I know that random things can happen, but are they really random, or is there some subtle pattern?

what about predicting the future? With enough information, and basic probability and statistics, one can deduce the next event. Do you think that given enough time and scientists from various fields, one can predict the future for more bigger events w/ reasonable accuracy? i.e, can we predict when the war in iraq will end, or maybe come up with an equation for the lottery numbers for the next 20 years?

just wondering to see what you guys think

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# Is the earth in absolute mathematical order?

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