"Math is never just numbers, when words fail us we use math to describe the inexpressible, the things that terrify us most: the vastness of space, the shape of time, the weight and worth of a human soul." - Foundations


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@freemo @Science Well, university math and up contains 0 numbers anyway


well except pi and euler's constant... those are the only two numbers that exist anyway :)


Can the vice-versa also be true?

Where numbers fail, we use words to describe the unfathomable? :blobcatgiggle:​

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