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Are there multiple math universes? what is the difference between them?

 
 
Reply Sat 18 Feb, 2023 11:31 am
I saw a video one, that once you get a Ph.D in math you discover that there are actually multiple math universes, each with their own logic.

Each universe makes up its own rules and starts from its own axioms. And we basically use the most popular math universe.

What are the differences between the math universes? Is one universe better than another for certain things? Isn't math universal so each math universe would basically say the same thing but with different symbols?
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Reply Mon 20 Feb, 2023 10:29 am
@Apothecary,
Well, the A2K universe is apparently void of content other than two thumb icons.
The good news is that yes Virginia, there are others.
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