I agree, Wade.
Our math and language (and other conceptual models) describing the universe are merely based upon our observations.
If we're wrong, the universe is presenting itself incorrectly to its
observers [and, of course, a tree falling in the woods makes no terribly interesting
From: Wade T.Smith <email@example.com> To: Church of Virus <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Friday, May 14, 1999 7:02 PM
Subject: RE: virus: maxims and ground rules and suppositions
>>Really, though, Pi has nothing to do with the universe. It has to do with
>>math and geometry.
>And math and geometry have nothing to do with the universe?