It reminds me of mathematicians and physicists using set theory to hypothesize from the general to the specific. It’s no leap to note that mathematics has often been called the language of physics. Sometimes wonder whether there’s a connection between knots, nodes, and quanta that the Ancients already knew and could easily prove under rigorous modern experimentation that would make Stephen Hawking smile. . . Really smile. . .
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