Updated: September 10, 2024

In 1960, the year 1960, Eugene Wigner, the great physicist, published

a paper called The Unreasonable Effectiveness

of Mathematics in the Natural

Sciences. In that paper, Eugene Wigner argued that the success

of mathematics in describing

the physical world is, "unreasonable". He pointed out that the mathematical

concepts that are used in

physics are often developed

in one context, but then turned out to be applicable

to a completely different context. For example,

the calculus of variations, which was originally

developed to study problems

in mechanics is now used in many other

areas of physics, including quantum

mechanics and relativity.

Wigner also pointed out that mathematical

structures that are used in

physics often point the way to new

discoveries. For example,

the wave equation, which

is a mathematical equation that describes the propagation of waves, can be

used by physicists to predict

the existence of radio waves. And it did before

they had actually been observed

experimentally. Wigner did not offer

any explanation for the unreasonable

effectiveness of mathematics in the

natural sciences. He suggested

it may be due to the fact

that the human mind is somehow

predisposed to think mathematically.

He also speculated

that the laws of physics may be inherently

mathematical in nature. Wigner's

paper has been widely discussed

and debated by philosophers

and scientists. Some have argued

that his argument that his argument

is overstated. While

others have argued that it raises

important questions about

the relationship between mathematics and the

physical world. There have been

possible explanations

for the unreasonable effectiveness

of mathematics, with which

I all disagree. I'll tell you why: One, the human mind

is somewhat predisposed to think

mathematically.

Two, the laws of

physics are inherently

mathematical in nature. Three, mathematics

is a language that is used

to describe the underlying order

of the universe. Four, mathematics

is a tool that is used

to make predictions about

the physical world. And finally,

mathematics is a game that we play

with the universe. So in essence,

the true explanation for the unreasonable effectiveness

of mathematics is still unknown. Here is what I think

the solution is: Mathematics

and the universe are the appearance

of the human universe,

are entangled in both human

consciousness and cosmic

consciousness. Both math

and the appearance of the physical

universe are modified expressions

that are entangled in cosmic

consciousness, and human

consciousness has access to cosmic

consciousness. Everything,

ultimately, is modified

consciousness. So that's

a solution. Okay, You and I and our

consciousness is entangled with the cosmic

consciousness.

All we have to do is go back

to the source of every experience

in awareness. I hope I'll hear some

comments from you on this.

Thank you so much..