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What would happen if there was no math in the world?

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  • uri
There would be no world..
Darth vader would be everyone's father.
You wouldn't have a mobile phone.

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No math would imply that there are no humans in the world.
A world without math, featuring creatures evolved with no left-brain abilities to quantify or analyze, would be impoverished indeed. Truthfully, we'd not even be aware that our planet is spherical -curved and not flat, since the geometry necessary to attain that awareness (as performed by Eudoxus, Eratosthenes etc) would never have existed.
  • uri
We all will be Apes :P
It is math that has opened the doors to the level of analysis needed to expose facets of the world and universe otherwise invisible.
  • uri
and oh boys...no video games too :D
u won't know how to count and end up paying a million dollar for candy
"Without geometry, life is pointless."
But the world would still exhibit mathematical phenomenon. Bees would still build hexagonal honeycombs because mathematics is embedded in nature itself.
"No math" to me sounds like no human constructed math. So, perhaps there could still be humans capable of not understanding math but still use it intrinsically.
Infant children can distinguish quantity and addition of objects at a very young age without even knowing language, let alone formal mathematics.
we woudn't have gone to the moon without math !!
There wouldn't be any atom of technology in earth.
Math would still be there, but the human eye isnt trained to see it. we would have not progressed in the technological world.

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