I was just wondering what would be the general view concerning this topic. I think the poll is self explanatory, but what I am basically asking is(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Can fundamental physics be gleaned from promising mathematics?in other words, is Mathematics for you just a language which we use to describe the phenomena? or is it rather a language that hasalways existedwherein thetruthcan be achieved by its applications?

If you could also provide your opinion by supplementing a post on your view, would be great.

Note: the third option is for those who 'don't know and don't care' who may also think that asking such an existential question will lead us nowhere and hence it's pointless, which is obviously respectable as well.

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# 'On certainty' of mathematics

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