What comprises the transition from math to physics? alexander has said that physics is math. John Archibald Wheeler has wondered how equations "fly" (take on a physical character). I believe that math and physics are interchangable, that both can be shown to transform into the other. We could not appreciate mathematics without reference to physics, as physics so familiarly founds itself upon mathematics. Is there a process intermediate to these two sciences? Perhaps psychophysical modeling, where the symbols of math meet the sensation of physics. As dreams are psychological representations of the physical world, they attempt to apply logic to fit experience. The idea that the cognition be the connection between math and physics is anathema to those studies, since the first is inexact and subjective, but the latter two pride themselves on being the epitome of precision and objectivity. Could the mind hold the fundamental link between mathematics and physics?