Jan 5, 2020, 3:52 PM
Mathematics is the measurement of averages with limited variance in category, and economics is the measurement of averages in wide variance in category.
The universe changes state by operations.
We use mathematics to describe point changes.
Calculus breaks down at the subatomic level.
Calculus breaks down at the economic level.
The problem is we don’t have a calculus of geometries (yet) and we may not have one until we solve either the subatomic problem, or the protein folding problem or the economic problem. I’m betting on the second mostly because both math and physics are lost in nonsense land.