This is something I am trying to understand. Can someone direct me in bringing forth the knowledge of the mathematical equations of the universe? asked 24 Aug '10, 22:30 Assister 
not sure where to go, but recently read^{[Citation Needed]} that our math may be off by '2', Now I am really confused. :)
(25 Aug '10, 00:56)
Assister
How would that explain the fibonacci or golden means or sacred geometry?
(25 Aug '10, 00:58)
Assister
This is how it always goes. I ask one questions and end up with many more. Ahh, evolution, hopefully!
(25 Aug '10, 00:58)
Assister
the concept of 3 being the perfect number of manifestation. One condition added to 2nd condition creates a third condition. One + One = three. like male + female = third condition (child)
(25 Aug '10, 03:49)
RPuls
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You cannot explain irrational numbers like 1.6180.......because they are irrational and have no end... Moreover, the philosophy is an abstract concept that can not be interpolated with math and equations. Philosophy is a way of seeing and understanding the world ... the math and equations tell us how to understand a relative world in an objective manner. Math can help you see the world in a more philosophical, for its beauty, but philosophy alone will not help you understand a math problem or an equation .. In the only point where I relate the two concepts was when God philosophizing about the world, use the ruler and calculator to create the universe. answered 25 Aug '10, 03:36 Robert 
A member here sent me this link. I have been reading all the information at this site since. Has information about quantum physics, science and universal laws: Also read: Quantum Physics, Spirituality And Your Life Experience : answered 31 Aug '10, 00:33 Back2Basics 
0 is a starting point a whole that contain all possible number!after 9 comes 10! 10 is another starting point to 20 and so on answered 14 May '11, 23:16 white tiger 
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"As far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain; and as far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality." Albert Einstein  1879 – 1955. He spent his life trying to solve these mysteries, I'm not even gonna go there 8)