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Can we define equations as a vital fluid to understand reality?

Without the statements made by equations, in which we usually apply to measure and represent specific conditions, our world would not exist as we know and define it. Maybe this is the reason why human beings need equations – moved by the trait to be eager – and able – to add something new to familiar landscapes across acts of thinking and tentative to grasp and understand mathematical ratios.

Some reflections on SE

Nowadays lots of countries seek to introduce a paradigm shift in scientific education (SE). The latter sin of a lack of relevance and a boring approach where notions should be memorized in short time, when the risk of doubtful abstractness and “difficult tendency” to define the plot raise day after day, in line with the sections of the book. The point that should be underlined here is that science is not only relevant for the correct and analytical formation of the student as it is a base, a “fortress” for… Read more Some reflections on SE