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Is the Universe Entirely Mathematical?

by Kenny Hoeschen

MIT Professor Max Tegmark and MinutePhysics takes a look at the philosophical position that everything in the universe from planets to space to sheep and people can be thought of as mathematical.

Many phenomena in our universe can be explained with mathematics, from the orbits of the planets to the properties of atoms. But does that mean the universe itself is fundamentally mathematical?

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