- Is there a mathematical nature to reality OR is maths just in our head?
- Why do fibonacci nos. occur so often in Botany and Nature?
- Why does Pi show up in places like probability where there are no circles?

The best explanation for this is : The reason Mathematics seems to describe reality so well, is coz it’s all there is. For instance a simulated world of a computer game is just Maths, it’s the same with the design of the real world.

32 Constants and a handful of equations describe the entire universe and all there is.

So this means that there are no inventions in Maths, only discoveries

**A more subtle Q is : Is Mathematics a truth of nature, or just the way we humans perceive nature?**

Math models of Systems like weather, stock mkt and weather aren’t very effective…so this raises the Q : **Is maths really all there is and then only reason these models are only reasonable effective due to the complexity of the system , OR there is something other than Maths at play here?**

On Maths being invention or discovery, one way to look at is that we invented the nos. (meaning we saw 1 nose and 2 hands and then abstracted the no. 1 and 2) but then we Discovered the Relationship between nos. So it’s both inventions and discoveries