I've been reading Brian Greene's books and he says the math for describing even the simplest physical phenomenon in the real world is wildly complex, thus physicist use vastly simplified models. Since current math is insufficient to describe everything in the universe and a final theory, will humans ever be able to figure out the most complex physical features of nature? Would quantum computers be able to find the final theory, determine if worm holes can exist, etc.? How far off are we from this lofty goal?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# The Limits of Math

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