Does Chaos Theory prove a Mathematically Ordered Universe


I guess you have a point, of sorts.

This thread is already in the Pseudoscience forum, which seems like the best fit for it. As such, I guess your blogging here is tolerable, to a degree.

How many threads do you think you need on this stuff?
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First, thank you for your generous comment.
How many threads do you think you need on this stuff?
It's a big subject and has been debated for a long time. I am just sharing my discoveries and I promise to cite other supporting hypotheses from reliable sources if I can find them.
History records some great minds offering the same interpretation of a mathematically self-ordering guiding principle observable throughout the universe at all levels of expression.

I suspect that it is what forms the foundation for Creationism and Intelligent Design.

Please note that I do not agree with Tegmark on all his arguments, but I do believe that this perspective has been falsified and proven by all standards of scientific rigor.

Without our ability to translate and symbolically represent universal relational interactions, we would not have equations.

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By Nathaniel ScharpingApr 15, 2021 10:00 AM

What’s in an equation? Letters and numbers and odd symbols — but also a novel insight into the relationships between fundamental constituents of our physical reality. All equations crystallize something important about the universe, whether it be the relationship between mass and energy, the gravitational attraction between two bodies or the sides of a triangle.
The most important part of any equation is the equals sign at its heart. Those two horizontal lines tell us that when we change one thing, we’ll see a corresponding change in another, apparently separate thing. In this way, equations reveal the connections between superficially different quantities or properties. Once linked together, that newly discovered relationship can serve as the basis for future insights.
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Without equations, we would have no science and even less ability to acquire knowledge of the universe and what makes it tick. Fortunately, codifiable relational values and functions seem to pervade the universe.

One more excerpt from Tegmark for the curious mind.
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