Math is a language. Within the mind, the math of an equation that resolves to 1 = 1 is always true.

**Perfection?** Nope. Even as I wrote it: 1=1... it is a false statement. It is an untrue equation. Why? In this universe, 1=1 is a gross approximation. The two '1' are entirely different because they have entirely different addresses. A '1' in the first sentence is as non-equal as the '1' in this sentence. They exist in different spaces and different times. In this universe 1 = 1 is a gross approximation, so that equation that is called perfect will forever be imperfect... it is always false in one way or another. 1=1 implies a perfection where there is none... the true perfection is that every single 1 is entirely unique and is never equal. Every single 1 is counted, and none of them are equal. That is where I see... and imagine outside of what I see... the

**Perfection** in this Universe.

Realize that there are no two particles, and there is no sets of particles that are ever the same. Ever. Two particles and two sets of particles are forever different. To think that 1 electron = 1 electron is as wrong as thinking that 1 electron = 1 neutron. Both statements are false. If one electron is heading east and the other is heading west, they are not equal. If one electron is in on Earth and the other is in heaven, they are not equal. If two electrons are sharing a covalent bond, they are not equal.

I know that an intelligent person will point out to me that I am taking the '=' a little too literally, applying qualities that were not intended in the equation... so then my reply is that I am not the one who ever claimed that a single equation in math was ever perfect or true. You can imagine that the attribute of count is the only thing that is implied in the '='. That is a fine vivid imagination of the mathemagician. How many electrons are you going to count in this Universe? I can physically count one electron in my hand, but in the same instance I can only imagine another. Therefore no two particles are EVER counted the same.

As an engineer, I make use of math... I tell you that an equation is always an approximation at best. Every one of the equations I have ever seen is a gross generalization or a gross approximation. I recognize that I am in a world of illusion, and a math teacher is an illusionist. Mind you, I am an engineer who uses math.

China Cat Sunflower said:

We can't start talking about something at one level of a hierarchy, transfer it by analogy to a lower level, and then transfer the conclusions back to the higher level. Can't do that.

Why not, that is precisely what every scientist does with math. Self included. I might count something using gross approximations, count something else using more gross approximations, add the two together and make assumptions about those real somethings. Math 101. In fact, that is precisely what everyone does with mere words because it is precisely what everyone does with the neurons in their brain. Every neuron is a mere symbol. Something on one level of a hierarchy is moved around and then the conclusions are transferred back to the higher level. Words, equations, and neurons are all imperfect symbols. Yet each are unique and are communicated between unique individuals who are never physically equal. There I see...

**perfection**. 1=1... NOT perfect.