Is mathematics already there, waiting to be discovered, or have we made it all up?

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What do I mean? Well, let’s take a triangle. If you remember your maths rules, the internal angles of a triangle always add up to 180 degrees. Was that rule always existing, just waiting to be discovered, or have we simple observed the…

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Biohacker, mathematician, and intuitive investor

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