My mom and I were debating what physics described. Here is my mom's argument: "Everything is a result of physics". My argument: "Mom, the semantics you're using is incorrect. Physics only describes the universe; it doesn't cause it. The correct semantics is as follows: the universe is the result of what physics describes." Okay, she seems to surrender....but still holds on to hope. We agreed that I post it here, to get your comments. Another thing: My mom says "We know only 1/8 of physics". Me: "This paradoxical, mom!! In order to make an estimate, in this case a fractional estimate, we need to know the denominator. The denimonator is everything we know and everything we don't know. Therefore, since we can't know what we don't know, the statistics you present have no meaning." Is my logic right? Thank you!!