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Math is said to be a superset of physics. Can geometry then, a subset of mathematics, be formally considered a superset of physics?
I have never heard of a formal definitions of "a" physics along the line of what we can identify as "a" geometry... Nevertheless I believe that almost always we have understood physics only when we have identified a specific geometry whose renamed entities are now physical observables. That is to say physics is the science/art of renaming geometric entities!Originally posted by Loren Booda
Math is said to be a superset of physics. Can geometry then, a subset of mathematics, be formally considered a superset of physics?