You're referring to this: As stated by me and others several times, mathematics is not physical. Physics is physical. If you want to equate real with physical and claim that mathematics is unreal, that's your prerogative, but mathematics "really" exists. Where is it? Where do numbers come from and why do we bother to use them as labels for real physical objects? Why do we do it then? Why do we use "unreal" numbers to label things? Why would anyone say they own "one car"? But it is complete, Euclidean geometry is axiomatically closed; points, lines, and planes along with arbitrary coordinate systems describe reality very well. Let me quote someone I have a bit more faith in than you: But numbers are abstractions, mathematics is abstract because that's what it deals with--abstract entities. Are you going to rework the whole of mathematics since Euclid, and what are you going to use instead of numbers? But you intend to change that? I don't think you will, I don't think you can get around the fact that mathematics and physics are not, and never will be, the same thing. Sorry, I don't really understand any of that. If that's what your "ToE" will look like, I'd say not many other people will understand it either. As for your reply to James R, and your claim that 1/3 is a division that "hasn't even started", can you do long division? Do you know what dividing 1 by 3 implies when you do it? You know, you say "3 goes into 1.0 0.3 times with 0.1 remainder, then 3 goes into 0.10 0.03 times, etc". So the implication is that you will get an unending string of 3s after the decimal point. Also that you won't need to actually keep dividing to conclude that 1/3 is equal to 0.333... These are the only logical conclusions you can make; there is no room for "not yet done", or "incomplete". That is mathematical reality (logically consistent and no errors). You would need to be quite unintelligent, or intentionally stupid, to see otherwise.