# What is mathematics?

Mathematics is based on the need to separate objects and their quantities from each other in everyday life and to determine their relations with each other.

Mathematics is therefore about the representation of

1. objects, symbolically named as operands, which are
2. logical relationships represented by symbolic operators.

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Mathematics thus symbolizes natural logical relationships between objects.

Since mathematically-symbolic equations must represent a determinism, otherwise no equations could arise, minimum requirements must be made for both the objects and the logical references in order to be genuine, and thus usable, equations.

Thus, the symbolic operators must represent real natural logical references that work deterministically.

At the same time, the symbolic operands must represent real objects that actually represent deterministic, i.e. real, absolute, objects.

This raises the question of whether world objects have a deterministic status.

This question can be easily answered by recognizing that world objects do NOT have a deterministic status, because they are composed of quantums, effects, atoms, etc., i.e. do not have a clear existential status, since both the number of their quanta, effects, atoms, etc.it is not clear, as their place and time is always indefinable because of quantum mechanics, i.e. their only empirically comprehensible probability status.

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It follows that secular operands are not suitable for creating deterministic equation systems:

World Object A + World Object B <> 2 World Objects

because two unequal world objects in total cannot result in twice the amount of ONE single world object.

consequently:

World Object <> World Object

World object <> math.Object

Math.Object = math. Object

Since the basic objects of mathematics are de-itised, the following applies equally:

entitarian object = de-itatarian object

Consequently, the basis of logical, i.e. deterministic, operands must be on a level of existence that is hierarchically “below” space-time, i.e. below our energetic-material world, otherwise there will be no real deterministic equation systems would be possible.

Therefore, it must follow that all world objects are actually based on deterministic, in principle GLEICHEN, i.e. de-itoral, objects that are only not directly recognizable on the macro object composed of quantums and atoms, but only on the basic objects of each macro object, i.e. its quantum and its logical integration functions.

Mathematics is therefore not based on world objects and their energetic references to each other, but is based on

a.ENTITè„›REN, i.e. property-free, non-worldly objects, and also on their

b.LOGISCHS, i.e. non-energy, non-material references.

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One of the first elementary steps of our ancestors to calculate was a working method to make world objects with their always unequal properties computable.

This included, as a first step, assigning a de-itary, i.e. property-free value to each object, so that functioning equation systems could be created in the first place.

Therefore, at the beginning, one uses symbolically fingers, stones, pearls, coins, etc.as a comparable de-itary unity symbol, and later invented so-called numbers, which differ only by their number value, but not in their basic value 1, which is why fingers, stones, coins, and especially so-called numbers as symbols for de-itatarian, i.e. property-free, objects that could be used.

So that you can generally use world objects as math.cultures later introduced so-called standardizations (DIN, etc.), which serve to use world objects that mathematically cannot be used in deterministic equation systems, but can still be used as such by simply by Standardizations, such as DIN, etc., defines equality as if world objects were actually the same, and thus usable in equation systems.

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With a. on the history of mathematics, it is important to clarify the following:

To this day, a large part, even of mathematicians, assumes that logic and mathematics are, so to speak, “invented” by man, although in real terms all logical references between objects have been discovered and found in nature.

For this reason mathematics was also called spiritual science in the last centuries, as if the power of the (originally holy) spirit could be forced nature to follow human logic inventions.

Today one tries to distance oneself from the sacred by referring to mathematics, for example, as formal or structural science, which shows only the half-valued attempt to detach oneself from the religious origin spirit, but which unfortunately still involves, think to think logic, and thus mathematics, would be an invention of man, which is in no way consistent with reality.

Formalities cannot compel nature to behave logically, but this is what nature does from the very beginning of the universe, i.e. absolutely independent of the thinking of man.

The laws of logic are observable in nature, all physics is based precisely on these natural functions, which it discovers only there, and thus mathematics is a science.

Mathematics has its origins in the observation of nature, and has thus received its task in the symbolization of natural contexts.

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Even all constants, even if a part of them are called mathematical constants, as if they were invented by mathematics, are in real terms all natural constants that determine nature in principle, which is why constants, as well as logic, are the status of a natural effect.

All objects in the world are structured according to logical and constant principles, and are therefore caustic for all forms, types, principles, etc.within this universe.

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Information, and thus any kind of equation of physics or mathematics, is ultimately a description of non-worldly logical references between non-worldly objects.

Thus, information also ultimately has its basis not within our recognizable material-energetic world, but in the world “below”, which forms the basis for this world of the material, the energetic, and thus also of possession, etc.

Our ancestors recognized this very early on, which ultimately meant all so-called life, thinking, being, etc.concerning, whereHis is known to be called because one had recognized very early on the deterministic character of any kind of (operand) existence, and therefore the so-called life, incl. of his individuals, had assigned a foundation of his being very early on, i.e. an existence independent of the worldly.

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