How could mathematics be the foundation for reality? (# 7)

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Each of these articles is a relatively independent discussion about how our reality may have emerged from mathematics, particularly geometry. The mathematician, Alfred Tarski, has shown that the geometry associated with Platonic solids i.e. Elementary Euclidean Geometry, exists eternally in an Anti-de Sitter (AdS) space, a space with negative curvature. Cosmologists have studied various…

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