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Then its followed by GR's use of Riemann geometry and string theory's very complex mathematics. Does it mean that the further we probe into nature, the more advanced our mathematical tools ought to be? And if it is so, and say, one day, these advances are essential to industry, what impact would it have on education? Would we have to start teaching calculus to 6-year olds or what?